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.
Without a doubt Carinthia is one of the best if not the best terrain parks on the east coast. Max Lyons may have survived this past summer out at Hood, but this past winter he did work in the old country. Watch his edit and enjoy.
This weekend while you were more than likely too concerned with anything not snow related there was a death inside snowboarding. No, it wasn’t some high profile athlete dying with their boots on doing what they love. Nor was it someone behind the scenes that helped shape snowboarding into what it is today. It was […]
To those in Canada happy Thanksgiving weekend. Revelstoke ripper Justin Cahill is thankful for having the support of brands that allow him to rip powder like this when he’s not too busy working oil rigs. Enjoy the powder people.
The Nowamean crew has returned with another visual offering for those of us that are currently snowless and wish we could ride. This is how they described it: “A vision of an apocalyptic future set in the wastelands of Quebec. Total social decay is just around the corner in the spectacular yet different snowboard oriented […]
Jeera – Hinterland shortfilm is a collaboration project between Antti Autti, University Of Lapland and Flatlight Creative House. The film is showing Antti’s perspective on snowboarding and the backcountry. Just remember if you do head out into the backcountry, be safe.
This edit features 34 year old Andres Barroso an Argentinian that is perpetually on the search for snow. If you want a little less thriller and more filler in terms of a documentary then check this edit out.
There’s one thing you can always count on with a Tyler Morton season edit and that’s a lot of powder riding. He slayed the PNW and the Rockies this past winter in his quest to ride lines and not land double wildcats. If you’re itching for some powder this should give you a quick fix.