Pat Moore is a rad dude, rather than make an episode about him he dedicated this one to John Jackson. John has been plagued by back to back knee injuries, loss of sponsors, and well he’s just been off the radar for two years. In this episode we can see right away he’s back. He […]
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Utah hasn’t gotten the snow that they usually get, but when a storm descending on Brighton the scouts were able to head to the Mary Chutes to play. Check out this natural terrain assault.
If you’ve ever been to the south towns of Western New York then you know there’s so much potential for urban snowboarding there. Pat Moore and the Blueprint crew were able to take advantage of the lake effect snow and colder temps while hunting for some new spots to hit. Jamestown is a hidden gem […]
Armed with a winch and a full arsenal of equipment for setting up street spots, Pat, Jake, & Jeremy get to work in Salt Lake City. As they set-up and take down spots across the city, the crew shares insights on winch-fueled street progression and how it has changed the way they see and ride […]
Winter finally returned to Colorado, but before that the weather was warm, the skies were sunny, and Copper was going crazy. The #Soderzac crew took advantage of this and the 200% cotton craze to film what could be considered the best episode of the series so far.
Season 4 of Parks and Wrecks builds off the name established in the previous three. This season we can promise that things will be a little different as we’re going for a movies through the decades inspired theme. Kicking it off is The Star Boarder an homage to the silent 1914 Charlie Chaplin film of […]
Zach Soderholm is on some next level shit that people unfortunately won’t truly appreciate till long after he’s out of this current generation of snowboarding. Some might say his arm movements are all over the place, I say he’s on that next level YMCA dance move craze signalling to other boarder to join in. In […]
As the paradigm shifts from magazine and seasonal videos we can expect more brand original content to be created and mass dispersed. Think of this as creative commercial branding. Here Zeal chronicles their Canadian team through the backcountry and streets.
The preseason is upon us. While some people are fine with filming blown out looking overly long edits, to showcase that they’re snowboarding and you’re not, Zach Soderholm with filmer Ben West went a different route. Keeping it short, to the bangers, and giving quality.
Yes. Snowboards that brand of former Burton rulers that rip natural terrain have started a webisode series called Influences. The first episode is all about DCP and his rise from eastern Canadian half pipe jock to western Canadian big mountain ripper.