Steve Lauder might be a Burton Knowbuddy, but in Colorado and certain parts of the East Coast he’s a somebody. His full part from Buck 90 and the UKC’s Itis does not disappoint. Check out his well rounded style.
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Elan Snowboards rider Nejc Ferjan spent the better part of last season in the streets filming for his full part and lets just say that work paid off. Watch, enjoy, and be stoked snowboard season is finally here.
The ginger snowboard gene is strong with Nowamean’s Alexis Mailhot. Which is probably why he received the coveted ender in Nowamean. Watch him destroy the urban landscape.
Vincent Grandmaison spent the season in the streets hitting every drop and kinked rail he could in front of the camera. The Headstones then took all that footage and put together one hell of a heavy full part for him.
Jake Blauvelt is shredding pow for the kids. His not for profit The Mountain Light Project. Now we could talk about that, or you could click that link after watching this insane powder full part.
The Impaler crew is continuing on with their 72 hours of Internet tyranny by dropping Mike Liddle’s full part. Sit back, watch, just don’t get impaled too hard. If you like the movie support their cause by clicking the link below to pick up the flick.
Two years in the making, multiple broken boards, a teaser that forces you to stop what you’re doing and watch. This is the intro for The Impaler movie along with Colin Wilson, Ethan Deiss, and Billy Bottoms full parts.
Greyson Clifford came down with a case of the Itis this year. It got to him bad and forced him to spend countless hours in cold urban landscapes riding a snowboard over metal objects. This is the culmination of all those efforts in one place also known as a full part.
The description for this full part describes Jonath Tremblay as a warrior. That might be a slight understatement. He’s aggressive and heavy with the way he attacks the urban landscape. Watch this edit, realize this is heavy, then get stoked to snowboard.
You can spot the influence of the Chamberlain clan on Jonat Ste-Marie in his riding. A season in the frontcountry of Canada and he put down a lot of tricks on a lot of rails that you’ve seen before and made it look good for his full part.