The Attack 2016 #1 LAAX
from Snowpark LAAX
The first episode of the 2015/2016 season featuring Andri Ragettli, Alex Benz, Johan Hollmuller, Lucas Howald, Andrin Tgetgel, Kai Mahler, Fabienne Werder & Daniel Loosli.
Filmed and edited by Mathias Wittwer.
Music by 21 – Young Black Mind & Made – Pole on the Low
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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Featured music available for download on jamendo.com
Arbor Snowboards :: Video Log – Whitefish
from Arbor Collective
Welcome to Video Log, a new series of moving pictures chronicling the life and times of the Arbor team.
We slept in yurts and cabins. We rode steep lines, trees, pat-downs, cheese wedges, snow cats, chairlifts and bottomless powder.
The first ever Speed Riding project in Turkey with rider Sedat Çelenk and VAKKORAMA
Location: Uludağ, Bursa, Turkey
Rider: Sedat Çelenk
Camera: Halil Selanik, Barış Karadaş
Edit: Halil Selanik
Music: Fujiya & Miyagi -UH!
Sage Cattabriga-Alosa is known for his daring descents down some of Alaska’s steepest mountains. On a recent trip to the backcountry surrounding Nelson, British Columbia and Whitewater Ski Resort, Sage showed his ability to jib with the best of them. Skiing with an all-star crew that includes Tim Durtschi and Nick McNutt, the trio explore […]
COMFORT ZONE : ENZO NILO FULL PART
from Almo Film
A Snowboard Documentary
Produced & Directed by : Morgan Le Faucheur
Filming & Editing : Evan Rouillard, Mathieu Mazuel, Morgan Le Faucheur
Motion Design : Evan Rouillard
Music Supervision : Alex Nebout, Morgan Le Faucheur
Protest Pin It – Tignes – Episode 3
from Protest Sportswear
This time Protest freeski legend, mister Arnaud Rougier was allowed to put a pin on the map. Guess what. A last minute powder dump made him decide to stay home in Tignes. Riding the lines only locals know of. From helicopter riders to cliff drops to a tumbling crash. This third Pin It episode has it all.
What if we would give our team riders a limited time window to drop a pin anywhere in the world to find the best snow. Follow our team riders on their adventure, looking for this winter’s best snow.
The concept is simple: Take the map, pin down and enjoy the best powder the world has to offer. Whether it’s a remote pillow line or a well-respected park line; it’s the joy that counts. We take our best snowboarders and freeskiers, their gear, an outstanding film crew and pure freedom.
More stories, less interviews. More freedom, less plans and first and foremost, snowboarding and freeskiing. Feel what the real stoke is about. Protest to get out there!
concept/athlete: Marcin Gmerek (Apetyt Na Trening) https://www.facebook.com/ApetytnaTrening/ camera/edit: Michał Zieliński (Camcraft Studio) https://www.facebook.com/camcraftstudio/ SPLIXIE is a tale of a one-day trip on a fixie bike with a board in backpack and attempt to find some snow in Polish Beskidy Mountains. The film shows that you don’t have to go to the Alps to experience some […]
Lost Village – Salomon Freeski TV S8 E07
Val de la Clarée is one of the last quiet corners of the French Alps, but it could have been very different. In the 1970’s a proposed highway and tunnel threatened to open the valley up to development, but the local farmers and residents protested. Mark Abma, Leo Ahrens, Tony Lamiche and Timothée Theaux visit this quiet valley to live of the grid in a restored chalet for a week of skiing under their own power.
Crazy Loco | A Short Film Following Jed Anderson
from Salomon Snowboards
On location in Calgary, Japan, Montreal and Minnesota, the project
captures not only the riding of some of the most talented snowboarders in
the world, but something unusual and refreshing.
Film & Edit by Tanner Pendleton