Red Bull – Oystein Braten Flip To Flip
from Skuff TV
On a custom made rail set up in his mates backyard, Oystein Braten has raised the bar yet again with a world’s first flip on to flip off a rail with an under flip 450 on, to misty 450 out.
Sending in Alaska with Dane Tudor – Sony Mind’s Eye S3 E7
from Teton Gravity Research
Alaska is the land of opportunity for the humble skier or snowboarder. Spine lines as far as the eye can see, and massive airs make almost every turn a come to god moment.
SFD is not just a saying. It’s a movement. An ideology. An approach. A choice made deliberately to dedicate one’s life to snowboarding’s counter-culture philosophy. Last winter, SNOWBOARDER Magazine hand-picked sixteen riders whom we believed to encompass this philosophy and sent them around the world to make the best snowboard movie of the year. From Japan to Canada and the United States to Europe, the SFD crew found the deepest powder, the darkest city streets and the most pristine park jumps to showcase their world-renowned skills on and the result is a snowboard film that will be talked about for ages. Tag along as Bryan Fox, Forest Bailey, Hans and Nils Mindnich, Jess Kimura, Mark Sollors, Ethan Deiss, Jake Olson-Elm, Scott Blum, Lucas Magoon, Blake Paul, Dustin Craven, Jake Blauvelt, Jess Kimura, Iikka Backstrom, Jake Welch and friends show the world why they’re not just committed to snowboarding…they’re SFD for life.
In addition to the new release of Wild Cats ‘Never Die’ Movie featuring an overhaul of snowboarding’s legends, we’ve got an exclusive look into a rad trip to Chile with the one and only, DCP whilst filming for the movie. Filming: Paul Reid Edit: Paul Watt
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
Know Before You Go
from Trent Meisenheimer
” It doesn’t matter if you have made thousands of good calls – all it takes is one bad call and that is one too many. Some days the mountains are screaming GET OUT OF HERE and some days they are saying come on in – it’s time to party.” – Jeremy Jones
Do you know when to back off and when it’s good to go? The Know Before You Go avalanche awareness program will get you started down the path of learning the language of the mountains and becoming a better and safer rider.
The Utah Avalanche Center and the Colorado Avalanche Information Center have teamed up with Avalanche Canada, Backcountry Access, the American Avalanche Association, the American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education, the National Avalanche Center, Sherpas Cinema, Red Bull Media House, Brainfarm, and others to bring you this beta which is unlike any other PSA you are likely to see.
Go to kbyg.org for more information.
Dan Brisse had some ups and down while filming for his full part for Union Bindings ‘Stronger’ but after an injury that took 6 weeks of his winter he got back on it in a big way! Produced by Pirate Produtions Edited by Mikael Ahtikari
Timeline Missions Showreel
We, the Timeline Missions crew, are happy to release a reel of some of the footage we like the most from our previous projects and missions, from the fjords of Antarctic to big lines in Svalbard and some of our home mountains, the Alps.
Ben Moxham’s Self Edit from skiing in Interior BC and Idaho throughout the winter of 2013. Big thanks to Armada, Oakley, Retallack, and all the crew for making this all happen! – Ben Moxham Song: Monophonics “Deception” www.armadaskis.com
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