The Canadian Wildlife continues in the second episode of season 2. The guys go and hit some big lines, slay some parks, and even chuck their meat onto some urban rails.
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With Colorado being hammered by copious amounts of snow it’s been tough to film a regular park series due to the weather. With only a couple hours, one camera man, and a crew of human meatbags we tried to make it happen. Stay tuned for the next Parks and Wrecks when something different happens.
The shred pirate himself Andrew Burns has brought back Ship Wrecked for another season. New board sponsor, but same great well rounded flare. Here’s the first episode he was able to kick off in a season plagued by drought and avalanches.
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.
Nuulife Cinema is back with their Wildlife series. Taking it from the streets to the peaks with everything in between. So if you like powder it has that, rails are a given, and there’s even a little park.
Signal Snowboards went outside the box big time with this Every Third Thursday. This time they made a snowboard 100% from paper and cardboard. Does it ride? Yes. Would you want one? Probably not, but Signal rider Melissa Riitano and Woodward at Copper jack of all trades Morrison Hsieh put these decks through the paces […]
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.
We might not have hosted the first episode of #Soderzac but episode two comes in hot. Working with this kid the last few years there’s not much to say other than he has his own style and that gets tricks landed. Just watch.
On this month’s ETT, it’s time to “Spruce things up” with a snowboard made out of discarded Christmas trees. Dave Lee and the Signal snowboard factory crew take on this arboreal challenge utilizing the tree trunks to create the snowboard’s topsheet and core. The experimental board comes out of the presses looking ride-able, so it’s […]
Winter is in full swing on the east coast and Seven Springs parks are firing on all cylinders. This marks the return of the Seven Deadly Edits. Every park should have street features like this.