The Trash Edit series was founded on a few simple rules. 1) Have fun. 2) Use a sub-par video recording device, such as an iPhone, Contour, or GoPro. 3) Spend an unnecessary amount of time on production, polishing the turd.
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Shoot the moon cause the Ice Coast Kills Shit crew has moldy bread. Seriously if you don’t love high flying, fast riding, loose women, and snowboarding you’re just not a snowboarder.
Having fun instantly makes you the best snowboarder on the mountain. The Safari Safari crew was up to a lot of spring nonsense in Lappland Sweden. Plus any edit with a Bloody Dracula is awesome.
The Too Hard crew is still being a bunch of Jibgurlz in Park City. More park riding from those wily ladies that might throw a tampon at you. Enjoy.
The frontcountry of Michigan evidently has a wood rail problem and Dusty Miller isn’t afraid to slide them. So here’s yet another season edit from the Midwest.
The Outlaw crew closed down Keystone in their own unique way. So snowboarding happened, black and white was utilized, trannies were found, and an edit was created.
Sam Buckmelter or as I’ve so affectionately labeled him Bam Suckmelter put together a snowboard edit. Now he’s much like every other 16 year old that snowboards except he does it really well and he’s a personal friend of mine. It seems that some Internet hating douche bag little children are not content with this [...]
The loveable but questionable at times ladies of Too Hard went to Park City. They fell, they slid jibs, they did that snowboarding thing and it is pretty much what’s to be expected.
If you don’t know who The Interior Plain Project is you should probably pay attention to new companies out of the Midwest. Now that we’ve cleared that up you should watch this welcome video featuring Jake Moore because he does things on a snowboard that will make you piss your pants. Talk about skate style.
Flow International Team Rider from Japan, Shin Biyajima made a stop in “Wydaho” (the boarder of Wyoming & Idaho) to check out the backcountry scene & Ryan Van Lanen filmed a few shots & Mark from Flow put it together.