When you do a season edit there is only one objective; get it done. Brodey Wolfe sends it in his season edit and it does not disappoint.
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This short and sweet season edit from MJ Arsenault shows how to get it done in the streets. Kids take notes, old guys just watch in awe.
Filming a full urban part in a country where half the people are unemployed pretty much solidifies that you can pull off the gangsta image. Adri Fernandez destroyed the streets of Spain in this stret edit.
The Bngr Mob had this to say about webisode 2, “Our second episode takes us to the very last laps of the season. This season, like pretty much every other season before, ended in ski resort called Ruka. Meanwhile there are no snow in southern parts of Finland, Ruka still has an amazing park to […]
In honor of the 4th of July here in the United States we wanted to celebrate freedom by showing you an edit that takes advantage of the ability to be unique. Chris Buliung exudes his own independent style all over Loon Mountain New Hampshire. Live free or die.
So these kids are probably younger than you and that makes them jail bait. They just destroyed the park of Nubs Nob without regret. The future is always now.
The boys from Mobbin finished out their season riding beautiful Snowmass Mountain slashing the slush and slaying the park. Watch for what can only be described as a perfect textbook tuck-knee from Blake Axelson.
Summer might be in full effect in the Northern Hemisphere, but that hasn’t stopped the influx of Spring edits. The Safari Safari crew closed out their season at Dundret.
Patchfest, the annual congregation of California and Nevada snowboarders outside of Lake Tahoe to get in one last snowboard session before the summer doldrums roll in. Here’s the video recap, look what they built with the minimal snow left over from this winter.
You might not see too many spring park laps out of the Pacific North West, but when you do you have to take notice. Here’s a trifecta of edits from Snoqualmie, Stevens Pass, and Mt. Hood.