Summer snowboarding is one of those things everyone should experience at least once in their life. Woodward at Copper invited us up to film for a few days during session 2 and we fully took advantage of everything their park had to offer.
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Having a board that is easy to ride is always a plus, but having it also be a bit versatile is just a bonus. The Trickstick is one of those park boards that while limited in its scope is still fun and versatile on small to medium features.
This past weekend the Northwest snowboard institution that was Snowboard Connection or SnoCon as it was also known shuttered its doors and turned off its website. 24 years of servicing the snowboarders of Seattle, gone over night. As per usual in instances that traumatize the core of snowboarding; the statement of “another nail in the […]
The Maet from Dinosaurs Will Die is their team influenced deck. This year they teamed up with the D.O.P.E. crew and the graphic is heavily inspired by one of the crews favorite pastimes… fashion smoking. Here’s how it stacked up.
Absinthe Films has just released the teaser for their latest movie Heavy Mental. Well as you can expect it’s fucking heavy. Just watch it and know this will be one of the biggest movies of the year.
Powder oriented twin tips aren’t new but we’re seeing more of them these days. Smokin created the Jetson to answer the demand of the people. Here’s how this snowboard stacked up.
Sometimes you film with a really obscure crew like The Outlaws and that causes you to lose the footage for a couple months. Episode 12 of Parks and Wrecks was filmed before a live studio audience in Breckenridge, no rails were harmed in the making of this.
The Arbor Draft is the board that changed the direction Arbor was going in. It brought them into the world of park and freestyle. This board has changed since its inception and 2015 it seems to be no different with them coming out of their new factory for the second year.
Tortoise is the culmination of passionate friends that wanted to take their snowboarding futures into their own hands. Traveling across the frozen wastelands in search of untapped rails and fresh powder stashes they filmed their journey. Prepare to witness the Wyld Instinct.
Academy Snowboards and 686 rider Ryan Tarbell according to Videograss “really went for it” this year in the streets. This video part is indicative of that with the amount of heavy gaps he did.