I know that I am being imperious to suggest that the magnificent men in the most interesting telemark thread do not quite realize that their greatest joy depends on an effortless production of a good turn shape.
The top of any turn needs effort to make it work.
"At 1:30 you see him consistently throwing his outside hand up to regain balance after moving way in and down the hill - playing with the limits."
The more important aspect of that move is that it frees him of the anticipatory pole plant of old by a BACKWARD rotary component in the fling of the arm and pole.
Technically a pretty ordinary style, it could do with a lot of work. He gets away with it by being so strong rather than finesse.