Cloud chasing is a competitive sport in which vaporizer users, known as competitors, compete against one another to exhale the best “clouds” of vapor.
The sport, while silly to some, has its own judges, competitors, fans, sponsors, and so forth. In other words, it is, for all intents and purposes, a very real sport – at least to those who indulge in it.
Judging Cloud Chasing Competitions
In cloud chasing competitions, competitors compete against one another to impress not only their fellow competitors and fans, but the judges as well. Competitors are judged based on a variety of aspects of their vape usage, such as the size of the vapor clouds that they blow, their density, and even their techniques. But for the most part, cloud chasing competitions are judged based on the following:
- Density – This is a measure of how dense the clouds of vapor produced by the competitor are. The denser the clouds, the higher the rating.
- Size – When it comes to size, size absolutely matters. The bigger the cloud, the higher the rating.
In other words, those who blow the largest, densest clouds are crowned the winners.
But in some cases, cloud competitions are also judged based on tricks. For example, a competitor blowing rings of vapor may score extra points with the judges.
How It’s Done
For the most part, vape cloud competition competitors will stand back to back or side by side and blow their vapor clouds out. Judges will then eyeball the length, girth, density, and overall size of the clouds that they blow in order to determine the winner.
What do you think of this sport called cloud-chasing?