The Find Snowboarding series from Rome has been great to watch. It’s probably one of the best as it fully encapsulates the broader spectrum of what snowboarding is. Norway, the third and final segment does not disappoint.
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The Aleutians were formed by volcanic reaction and to this day still host large active volcanoes; many with lines, couloirs and untouched possibilities. – An adventure to unbelievable to pass up for Thomas Delfino and Aspen Rain Weaver, who headed north to meet Cody Booth in the wild frontier.
Rome Snowboards went in search of snowboarding in places most wouldn’t have expected. Their first stop was to Kazakhstan where they encountered corrupt officials, cows, and a lot of urban rails. Watch this journey through the old country and see where you can go to find snowboarding.
As everything started to blur together under the florescent lights of the Denver Convention Center we decided to push the second and third day into one update. If you were there you fully understand why as it seems in the first three hours you can see anything worthwhile and then just deal with the left […]
12 Months have flown by and October is the final installment of this year long project. Since the Alps were opening rope tows and lifts, the original crew that started it all took off to Austria in search of freshly groomed parks and Après every day. Jonah Owen and Ozzy Henning met up with Len […]
September is a time to get stoked because winter is right around the corner. Some people are lucky enough to be riding a bit already, such as the Rome Europe crew. Most, however, are still feeling the itch. We pass the time by doing a little “community service” on our favorite trails, prep our setups, […]
The Southern Hemisphere is the place to be when searching for snow in August. So Len Jorgensen and Thomas Delfino booked some tickets to Chile and set off on a shred adventure. With no concrete plans, no filming from helicopters, and no cheese wedge jumps, the two made friends with the locals and traveled the […]
This isn’t your average summer snowboard edit. Get an inside look at how the crew working at Windells Camp make it happen so they can shred all summer. Don’t worry though – you can expect some serious riding from Ozzy Henning, Derrek Lever, Riley Nickerson, Ian Boll, Jeff Hopkins, Chris Frost, and more.
At certain times of year, and for certain types of lines, hiking is the only option. With this in mind Bjorn Leines, Cody Booth, Nate Goodman, Satellite Boardshop’s Raul Pinto, and Rome’s founders Josh Reid and Paul Maravetz headed to Colorado. What they found there were some steep lines that were well worth the hike.
There’s still snow to be found, even in the summer. You just have to look a little higher that normal. Bjorn Leines, Thomas Delfino, Flo Achenrainer, Angus Leith, and Bernie Kraxner all piled in an RV and traveled through the Austrian Alps searching for shred. Here’s what they found.