Canadian snowboarding and partying have a long storied history in snowboarding. It’s good to see that while some crews have grown up and moved on from that lifestyle they’ve helped instill the future generations with the ability to get pass out piss drunk and snowboard.
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When we will be old, with a bunch of kids, this is the year we will talk about, when we will speak about our snowboard movie era. We got the best crew we could ask for. Only friends riding, behind the photo and video lens. We felt like the Lost Boys (PeterPan) going all winter […]
Unless you’re a fan of Trailer Park Boys or Canadian you probably have never heard of Moncton. Well it’s up in the far reaches of Canada where it’s cold, people have accents, and evidently there’s a plethora of urban opportunities. Michael Tibo laid it down for this full part.
After blowing up in your face with SNOWJOB, the NOWAMEAN crew is opening the “PIGEYE”. A pure, raw and uncut movie showing snowboarding in its true element, featuring your new favourite riders to hate or love.
From our shoes to our shirts, we are finding pretty much everything we rely on in our daily lives is now outsourced to a far off place. Don’t think for a second that snowboards are immune to globalization. Outsourcing production to places like China, Taiwan, Indonesia and some areas in Europe seem to be the […]
We have pounded out the people that matter in the east. As you move West of Ontario you find yourself in the flatter and colder regions of Canada. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta are the heartland of Canada some may say. Some may love it because of the sheer wide open space while others may hate […]
Most people that don’t live here mock it. Some people are envious, Some just don’t understand and Others think we are a hat (really?). Whatever you think or don’t think about this 9,976,140sq/km land mass that some of us call home is we have legit winter in about 95% for 5+ months (more in most […]
Snowboardings past is something we shouldn’t forget as sometimes history repeats itself. That’s the beauty of The Heritage Project that Westbeach is helping to put on. Showcasing the rich history of the Canadian snowboard scene. Check out this video showcasing the summer camps of yesteryear and of today.