The Lot Lizards are a crew of friends wintering in their RV’s at Steven’s Pass. One of the snowiest February’s in recent memory produced some prime pow slashin’ conditions, and the crew met up with some friends to hit jumps, cliffs, bumps, and whatever else this amazing mountain had to offer.
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The Empire Terrain Park Crew at Hunter Mountain are training for the often overlooked olympic event, Synchronized Snowboarding. The boys have been putting in the hours, and are already being viewed as the favorites for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Take three girls from the UK to Bear Mountain in sunny Southern California and what do you get? A slushy park edit showing all the down rails and fun features.
A long journey through the west can be tough on a snowboarder, but Eric Messier takes the proper precaution by soaking in the high desert magical healing waters to prepare himself for the bottomless powder turning that lies ahead. First stop, pick up a hitchhiker. Just so happens to be Gray Thompson, also known as […]
All that footage that ends up on the cutting room floor should never go to waste. This is the b-roll for the C Sessions from Mt. Snow.
So some guys suddenly get a camera and film an edit. Now they’re just so cool that their heads seem to enlarge to the point their egos can’t contain it. Here’s something a little different.
Jason Anderson part in Cat Man Productions upcoming movie “NO NAMES” dropping summer 2014. Think of this is an extended sneak peek of what’s to come.
Two of the Trash Leagues own, Mark Goodall and Mike Chmil were invited to Bulgaria to hang out with the owners of Stinky Socks. What happens when you take two Ontario Canada riders and unleash them on Bulgaria?
Adroan Buck filmed with Sweetgrass Productions for their movie Valhalla last year. This edit combines footage from that endeavor as well as others to give you a powdery filled visual.
So the Northwest hasn’t been going off as hard as it has in previous winters. That hasn’t stopped Eric Miller from working on his Monthtage project from Stevens Pass. Nothing like seeing the ole Northwest hip scene thriving.