K2 Snowboarding of the Rockies and Zeal rider Chase DeMeulenaere went to Jackson Hole to shred some pow. While the pow shredding is great, wait till after that to watch an homage to the 1960’s with the boys riding snurfers. That’s definitely the high point of this edit.
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The Find Snowboarding series from Rome has been great to watch. It’s probably one of the best as it fully encapsulates the broader spectrum of what snowboarding is. Norway, the third and final segment does not disappoint.
Two weeks tooling around European cities with the younger members of the Volkl snowboard team. You guessed it, it’s a frontcountry edit.
If this was a bad snow year and they filmed this many shots, I wonder what a great snow year would look like. Kuba Wolak manages to get in a bit of everything for his full part from 2013/14.
Monday November 3rd the full Octopus movie from Different Visual Productions drops, till then you’re left watching Juan Polanco’s full part. Oh darn a full part from a free movie that doesn’t suck.
Just Phipps might weight about 45lbs, he’s probably somewhere around 4 feet tall, and he snowboards better than most people twice his age. What were you doing when you were 11? I doubt it was as cool as this kid.
Sure this could have been our typical European season edit with nothing but park footage. Lukas Ellensohn went the opposite route and got to hit some unique and not so unique features then put it to music and now we have this edit.
Head Snowboards Tom Klocker spent his season shredding deep pow and hitting monster booters in Europe. Who wants to shred the white wave like he does? Enjoy all the powder slashing.
Having had the pleasure to film most of the slams in this edit I can safely say Anthony “Crobar” Corbo or Cro as he’s known paid his dues this past season. This is what he was able to film when not coaching the next crop of wonder children over at Woodward Copper.
If you haven’t had a chance to catch the UKC and Buck 90 film Itis you’re missing out. If you have then you know how stacked that film was and it’s no surprise even the B shots are good. This is all the left overs.