Let The Bird Fly
from Snowboarder Magazine
No snow in the Pacific Northwest leads to existential crises for riders Matt Edgers, Blair Habenicht, Temple Cummins and friends. Japow, Japanic – these last holdouts of the great 2015 powder migration finally gave up hope for home and flocked to Japan, one of the only places holding enough snow to dig deep into the recesses of the mind.
Let The Bird Fly. A motto embodied by a transient spirit, whose sideways sliding migrations, often rolled into motion on an empty gas tank in a limping VW van, inspired this project.
We flow as one.
Riders: Blair Habenicht, Matt Edgers, Temple Cummins, Kurt Jenson, Kei Nakanishi, and friends
Filmed by: Tim “Stanny” Stanford and Kurt Jenson
Edited by: Tim “Snacky” Stanford, Kurt Jenson, Blair Habenicht, and Matt Edgers
Music: The Blind Shake, Language Arts, Davey Herberg
Shayne Pospisil 2015/2016 full part
With little snow in the US last season Shayne packed his bags and headed to Europe for the season to film with DBK for Project Detour. The lift accessed backcountry terrain made for dream like conditions for the New Jersey native and he made sure to take full advantage. Watch as Shayne slays backcountry booters, puts up huge slashes and finds natural hits all over. The Swiss Alps treated Mr. Pospisil quite well , here’s his Full Part to prove it.
The Man Boys Part III: Car Tank- Shred Bots
from SHREDBOTS OFFICIAL
The Manboys like to drive back and forth to Alaska whenever possible. They go to a place that’s already blown up, but they hope it doesn’t blow up any further, because then it’ll get a university and smart kids will start hanging about, and then all the coffees will get expensive. In this Part III, the local Santa Claus weighs in with his thoughts, and the Manboys execute dangerous snowboarding moves, but, more importantly, they eventually return home and hit up the Whistler backcountry for a little “how’s your father?” And that’s the best!
DPS Cinematic presents three short films coming Fall 2016, in association with New Belgium Brewing and Outdoor Research. The deep-winter spines of the Chugach; the poetic powder of the B.C. forests; the all-consuming storms of the Tordrillos. Step back into the shadows, in the third volume of DPS Cinematic’s acclaimed film series. DPS Cinematic: dpsskis.com/en/cinematic/ […]
In Pursuit of… HOTLAPS: Alex Tank & Gido Gföllner
from Pleasure Snowboard Magazin
adidas Snowboarding riders Alex Tank and Gido Gföllner had a little slush vacation at the Mythenpark in Schwyz, Switzerland the other day. The result: 96 seconds of pretty damn stylish park riding. Just as you’d expect from these two…
Low Earth Orbit #05 :: Skiing Teton Pass
“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.”
-John Muir, The Mountains of California
Skier: George Hein
Shot on Mt. Glory, Teton Pass, Wyoming
Music: Aphex Twin – Avril 14th
Here is our first video of a multipart city run series.
We start off following Dennis Ranalter on one run through Val thorens France.
Stay tuned for part two following Spencer Keirnes through…
Hope you Guys like the idea,where should we go next?
Film & edit: Sebastian Schwertl
Wintermärchen – A Winter’s Tale
from Nicola Thost
Wintermärchen – From Wildcard to Verbier Victory
My first Season on Freeride World Tour 2015
Destinations: Fieberbrunn/Tirol, Vallnord/Andorra, Haines/Alaska, Verbier/Switzerland
Edit: Christoph Hörner