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.
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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.
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.
Traktor-Brød is a two-part showcase of snowboarding in Norway. With the ever-increasing level of modern snowboarding, and huge spins and corks commonplace and regularly viewed in contests and videos, Traktor-Brød avoids the trick-heavy approach and instead focuses on style within riding and the stunning Norwegian landscapes surrounding the locales featured.
The final installment of Trash Leagues Digital Weekend. So what better way to celebrate your Sunday than watching Ontario’s finest destroy the streets.
The Bngr Mob had this to say about webisode 2, “Our second episode takes us to the very last laps of the season. This season, like pretty much every other season before, ended in ski resort called Ruka. Meanwhile there are no snow in southern parts of Finland, Ruka still has an amazing park to […]
The season officially wrapped at Stevens Pass in April which leaves us with this final Monthtage from the creative mastermind that is Eric Miller. With a mix of powder and park you can tell they capped their season off perfectly.
The third episode from season two of NuuLife Cinemas Wildlife doesn’t disappoint. From the streets to the park and out into the backcountry it has it all. Plus in true Canadian fashion they even fit in some hockey.
For episode 10 we wanted to do something different that might turn a few heads and make people take notice. The idea comes from the age old saying of ‘A Poor Craftsmen Blames His Tools’ which in this day and age seems far more prevalent. We asked rider Dylan Thomas if he could do a […]
The season might be winding down, but that hasn’t stopped Carinthia at Mt. Snow from going off. Dylan Demers documents the east coast snowboarding of VT’s best terrain park.