Stepchilds man-am Layne Treeters full part produced by Dope Industries for Dope III. This kid takes rail riding to a whole other level. Watch the ender you will see.
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How often is it you find a guy named Rad? Radim Hovad from Czechoslovakia self edited his ful part from the movie TRILL. So much third world rail riding.
Hash Heaven Films Aleksandr Xomushku’s part from their film Alpha Omega does not disappoint. There’s something about the influx of Russian rail riders that is a bit refreshing to the frontcountry scene.
The 80′s were a time of fear that the Russians were going to invade us and our only hope of defense was Charlie Sheen and Patrick Swayze. Man how little we knew back then. Turns out the invasion is now and they’re coming to destroy our rails. Denis “Bonus” Leontyev did work for his part […]
Greyson Clifford the resident shred pirate of Breckenridge and all around hipster kind of guy has had his full part from the Aunti Films Don’t Give a Bloody Sox drop on the Internet. If you like men with mustaches, punk music, black and white filming, and snowboarding you should watch this. If you don’t maybe […]
Max Langer begged us to hate on this edit of him in the streets. Rather than spew disdain all over the Internets in private we’ve left it for those that read this site to do. Go ahead, he asked for it.
Sean Genovese has been quoted as saying, “Geeves Saves”. We agree, this Canadian power house does it all with style and finesse. Watch and see.
When Ben isn’t off being a ski butler and catering to the whims of tourists he sometimes chucks his carcass on to rails. You should watch this if you want to see someone snap a board first try hitting a rail.
Curtis Woodman is an individual to the fullest extent. It’s difficult to define Curtis as both his snowboarding and personality fall outside of any societal preconceptions or stereotypes. He picks his own line down the mountain and hides in the white room most of the winter. We’ve been lucky enough to get a glimpse into […]
While some people spend the vast majority of their season shredding the front country, K2′s Kyle Miller went after the backcountry. Slashing and spraying all the powder he could find to fill up this full part.