Who Cares? Is a movie by the Different Vision Productions out of Europe. You might have missed it but you shouldn’t miss this part by Devid De Palma. It’s kind of good if you like old world front country.
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Gloves are the one thing we all end up having to buy and frequently go through. To hear of someone that gets more than one season out of a set of gloves is a rarity. Back in the day I used to ride DefCon exclusively, to this day I still use pairs of theirs that [...]
The frontcountry of Michigan evidently has a wood rail problem and Dusty Miller isn’t afraid to slide them. So here’s yet another season edit from the Midwest.
Who needs a budget to make a snowboard movie when you have a camera and friends? It’s another homies movie from Europe.
Nothing like an inaugural movie to get you stoked on snowboarding on a Monday. The Names are Names crew went after some rails in Edmonton and as you can tell by the picture they did some rolling down stairs. Look past the questionable music choices for some fun time riding.
Anyone remember when a 10 stair rail was considered mind blowing in someones full part? It’s always awesome to see the progression the future generations are bringing to the front country. Keenan Norton slays some decently sized stuff in his season edit.
It might be May but April went off for the Rome crew and their 12 months project. They finished out the season at Brighton and Park City with Ozzy Henning. So while you’re sitting around complaining your season is over check out this mini movie.
Looking for a jacket that’s light weight and might be endorsed by a pro snowboarder? Well that’s what hte 686 Forecast is. So now on to the pants, lets just say if you’re going to be hiking the Arctic Circle you might want a pant that’s functional like this. Either way watch the video and [...]
The Outlaw crew closed down Keystone in their own unique way. So snowboarding happened, black and white was utilized, trannies were found, and an edit was created.
European rail riding always looks good when it’s from a country with riders whose names you have a hell of a hard time pronouncing. The YouGo Collective’s latest doesn’t look to disappoint and one can only assume the title is a reference to the various styles of snowboarding out there.