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Snowboarding And Technology: Where Do We Draw The Line?

Snowboarding And Technology: Where Do We Draw The Line?

What was once science fiction is now becoming science fact. We see it every day as technology pushes further and further into the future progressing how we interact, live, and deal with problems and society. What was once thought of as merely an idea in fiction has and is becoming our reality. So I pose […]

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Company To Create Snowboarder Retirement Center in Florida

Company To Create Snowboarder Retirement Center in Florida

With snowboarders from the “Golden Age” of snowboarding (That’s the 90’s for all you unaware) getting older it was only a matter of time before some corporation decided to cash in on this aging group. Using the Dubai Snow Park as inspiration this Florida based company wants to attract aging snowboarders to Florida. “Florida is […]

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Young & Hungry Lunch

Young & Hungry Lunch

The kids are constantly eating. Must be that growing metabolism or something. Here’s the lunch episode of Young & Hungry coming straight from the rope tow of Hyland Hills.

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World News According To The People At SIA

World News According To The People At SIA

Most of the articles that come out of SIA are about new products, weird shit people think is a good idea, free stuff and how drunk people got, so we decided to take a different approach. Armed with a camera and an iPhone, Jack Hessler and I loitered around the convention center and interviewed people […]

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OhSki The Worst Idea From SIA 2015

OhSki The Worst Idea From SIA 2015

Every year at SIA (Snowsports Industry of America) show there’s always one item that sticks out as the what the hell is this thing and why does it exist? While thinking outside the box is great and sometimes results in a product that revolutionizes what we love, you also get the flip side of this […]

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Pizza and Passion The Trends of SIA

Pizza and Passion The Trends of SIA

With the biggest bro-fest in North America commencing last week in Denver it provided a place for most relevant companies and a few irrelevant ones to showcase their wares. Beers were had, some Dank Donuts were eaten, and of course snowboarding was talked about. So what are the future trends for 2016, what are the […]

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The Only Thing Killing Snowboarding Is The Snowboard Industry

The Only Thing Killing Snowboarding Is The Snowboard Industry

There’s a certain level of introspection that comes from constantly reading articles about snowboarding’s demise or that it is dying. These articles can with a certain level of guarantee promise to fire up the snowboarding populace to retaliate, it’s probably one of the last few things that unites snowboarders for one cause. It’s weird that […]

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Teen Time: An Ode To The Midwest Rope Tow

Teen Time: An Ode To The Midwest Rope Tow

If you regularly view snowboard videos, you have seen the insane amount of edits coming out of the Midwest. These edits are primarily coming out of Trollhaugen and Hyland. Popularized by crews, such as VideoGrass, HOBO Shredwear, and their own local crew 1817. These crews have been putting out edits at these resorts because of […]

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Ramen Famine Continues to Decimate Snow Carny Population

Ramen Famine Continues to Decimate Snow Carny Population

Snow Carnies in the Northern Rockies were devastated to hear the news that their much needed Ramen Noodle supply will not be making it to them. A supply of Ramen and Cup O Noodles crashed in transit resulting in a further delay of the much needed provisions. This comes at a time when seasonal employment […]

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Chasing Epic: 20 Years of Jeff Curtes Photography

Chasing Epic: 20 Years of Jeff Curtes Photography

20 years, 2 decades, 7,120 days or however you look at it is a long time to be shooting photos of snowboarding. It’s also a long time to be a principal photographer for one brand. Jeff Curtes has been lucky enough to document snowboarding through its many different growths and after all that time he’s […]