December 2nd, 2013 by Alliancewake.com Spencer Norris

All it takes is one plane ride and you can be in a completely different world. Dylan Miller travels to the Philippines to ride at one of the best cable parks in the world.

During the filming of this we were lucky enough to be in a safe area during Typhoon Haiyan, unfortunately thousands of people were not. Be sure to check out http://www.redcross.org.ph/donate and donate what you can to help the relief of this terrible natural disaster.

Big shout out to both Slingshot Wake & Sandbox Helmets for donating to Red Cross of The Philippines to assist in the recovery of Typhoon Haiyan.

25 Responses to “Dylan Miller, Gone”

  1. Bonerfay Says:

    Dilly Mill’s murkin’ these fools. word

     
  2. Speed Says:

    Sick Edit, weird ender haha

     
  3. Dissociative Says:

    Great shots! Props to these guys!

     
  4. Concerned Waker Says:

    Did we just witness a slingshot being broken? In no way would it return to it’s natural shape after that little jib…

     
  5. adam errington Says:

    Killing it Dylan and spence, awesome work boys!

     
  6. dude Says:

    what is that board? not the reflex but the other one.

     
  7. BAM Says:

    Niceee!!!

     
  8. CHea Bru Says:

    Finially some hesh wake’n!

     
  9. Jon Dickey Says:

    Yeah Dylan so sick!

     
  10. Jojo Says:

    Insane !!!

    But what’s this board ?

     
  11. Jeff Mathis Says:

    it looks like the shredtown with a different colorway.

     
  12. JohnnyAppleseed Says:

    Good video. Terrible text. Bad choice of an ender…

     
  13. Asianinvasion Says:

    Why you no clap dat broken board in da camera? Eyes so low ya look like an hasian.

     
  14. Walter White Says:

    Never seen a Slingshot break in a video before. Is this a common thing with them?

     
  15. TaylorJ Says:

    Someone wanna tell me why asking for donations to aid a devasted country is a bad ender, jeez people have a damn heart..

     
  16. Knucklebuster Says:

    Breaking a board is like a prize for a pro rider. It happens quite frequently in snow videos and every other clip in a skate video. When a 200 pound man airs down to disaster on the knuckle of a metal handrail from 8 feet above, something’s got to give…Thank god it was his board and not his legs or knee’s. Much respect goes out to Dylan on this edit.

     
  17. Lknwake Says:

    Hammers? anywhere? 10,000+ budget on this trip and edit and not one trick sticks out, more of the same old, good, but old riding

     
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  20. jh Says:

    riding starts about 1:42 if you’re about to watch it. cool tricks @ 3:07, 3:38, TACO @ 5:33, board broke at 5:41- didn’t expect him to land it! a normal wakeboard would have been in 2 pieces.

     
  21. is he back now or... Says:

    riding starts about 1:42 if you’re about to watch it. cool tricks @ 3:07, 3:38, TACO @ 5:33, board broke at 5:41- didn’t expect him to land it! a normal wakeboard would have been in 2 pieces.

     
  22. Holt Says:

    I love how relaxed he rides… It makes the simple tricks steezin

     
  23. Texan Says:

    This was sick!

     
  24. CorpusChristiTexas Says:

    @SpencerNorris @DylanMiller hey whats the name of the second track?

     
  25. Aug Says:

    What is that track in the last part?

     

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