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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Burton’s Nick Brown and Connor Harding join up with Red Bull rider Jacob Koia in a battle against the elements and evil. The Evil snow phantom has lured them in with his back country traps, built to excite the three riders and take their mind off the ever present danger.
Really long edit or really short movie? You decide on this video featuring Hawk Island Snow Park in Michigan.
Well this mini movie doesn’t suck! Kids these days and their urban riding are just getting more and more creative. Whether it’s the spots or their ability it’s just good.
Why have a full movie when you can cram all the fun stuff, solid riding, and music into a mini one? These guys did a solid job with this one.
Not enough footage to make a full movie then might as well make it a mini movie. If you love powder and you love rails then there’s just a little bit of it for your viewing pleasure.
Possibly one of the most innovative ideas as of late about how to shoot a team movie. The idea that Rome can capture a different months worth of riding one edit at a time for a full year and promote all their riders is truly stoke worthy. Enjoy their opening days.
YES. It’s DCP. Here’s all his pow slaying, freestyle, and big mountain riding from AK, Japan, Chile and Whistler. Cut, recut and added to from YES. It’s a Movie Too.
Some teams put out full length movies, Hoppipolla puts out mini movies. Oh those wily Helgasons they just beat to the tune of their own drum.
The first time I ever met Michelle Shea and rode with her was at Loveland in the preseason with some of the Shred Betties girls. She’s definitely one of my favorite people in snowboarding and just put together this short video of what it’s like to live her life.