rider profile: Michi Stanschitz is a master of style in his discipline: backcountry freestyle! His full rider part will make you just want to go snowboarding straight away! Tune in, lean back and enjoy the edit by Hambalkó Bálint
Taste the sky // Speedflying Chamonix (Brévent and Plan Praz) part 2 – 2015
from Marius Beck Dahle
My second trip to Chamonix with good friends this year. In one week, we only had one day with blue skies. So we made that day count. In this video I’m following an Ozone Fazer 8,5m with my Swing Spitfire2 11m. Good times!
Location: Chamonix // the top of Brévent and paraglider exit Plan Praz
Arbor Snowboards :: Welcome to Arbor – Bryan Iguchi
Welcome to Arbor, Bryan.
We are proud to announce a new partnership with friend and legend, Bryan Iguchi. We consider this a foundation level alliance that united past, present, and future.
Bryan Iguchi is an innovator, ambassador, artist, and leader. Through it all, he has never been afraid to walk away from the limelight and conventional thinking in order to evolve as a rider. His instinct for the arc of progression in snowboarding has made each stand-alone period in his career simply chapters in a powerful and ongoing story.
“Snowboarding has given me a deep connection to the mountains. Arbor’s tree icon is symbolic of this to me. Their roots building boards with wood grain topsheets is something I’ve always appreciated. I’ve now been riding Arbor for two months and I’m amazed by the quality and performance I’ve experienced. It’s an honor to be working with them.”
“For Arbor Snowboards, Guch brings a lifetime of experience to our product, team, and filming efforts. Working together, we now have a unique opportunity to blend that knowledge into everything we’re doing, including a range of collaborative snowboard designs to come.”
-Matt Patti, Arbor Snowboards Brand Manager
The Middle/Path Project Episode One – “You Can’t Always Get What you Want…”
from Sean Fithian
“Every winter we enter the season with high hopes of amazing snow fall. Some years, all we can hold onto is the hope of next weeks forecast bringing the weather we are dreaming of. In the PNW last winter, resorts seemed to be about 1,000 vertical feet too low. With only the mountain tops getting snow and the rest of the hills being drenched with rainfall, the season didn’t amount into much. The important question we must all ask ourselves is, are humans having an effect on the worlds climate and if so, then how much?
Superpark Planai: Freeski Spot Check – 20.02.15
Max Heider, Tim van Dyk and Benke Bancuty made their way to Superpark Planai one day before Plan P, to check out all lines of this awesome park in the middle of austria. You can work your way from the left to the right, from beginner to pro areas, and with the short t bar you can do countless runs, especially on bluebird days like this. Enjoy the clip and see you soon up there.
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Thomas and Lukas Kirchner, two Brunotti team riders were traveling in France this summer. Four weeks of surfing between Bordeaux and Hossegor. During this surf trip they made the plans for thair newest film, “SOCIAL SKI WORK”. Thomas and Lukas about their film: “With our third Freeskifilm we tried to involve the social networks, which […]
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Skiers Turn Boston Streets Into Playground During Record Breaking Winter
from Teton Gravity Research
While most Massachusetts residents were digging out from the 68” of snow that fell in February of 2015, TGR Athletes and film crews where turning Boston into an urban terrain park. Skiers Clayton Vila and Cam Riley (Beverly Locals) were able to see the streets of Boston in a whole new light.