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.
This past winter Dash Longe, Colter Hinchcliffe, and Dana Flahr traveled to Sella Nevea, Italy to ski one of the snowiest winters on the record. The trio stayed at the Rifugio Gilberti, a hut situated in the middle of the mountains of northeast Italy. Using the rifiguio as the base the group skied a full 360 degrees around them. This included Dash stomping some mini-spines and Colter throwing down with one of the most creative lines of the year.
Baldface Lodge, nestled in interior British Columbia, is renowned for harboring some of the worlds finest powder. Except in December 2014, when the DPS crew arrived to make a short ski flick. At that point, things weren’t quite so lovely. Fighting against record low-tide early season conditions under gray and grim skies, their best option was to take to the air– building jumps, getting upside down, and making lemonade outta lemons. But finally, for one incredible day, the clouds dropped into the valleys, creating a stunning inversion, and at last offering access to a few sunny bigger lines. Proving that even the toughest trip can sometimes turn right side up.
From DPS SKIS
Presented by DPS Cinematic, in association with Outdoor Research and Gore-Tex:
Featuring: Zack Giffin, Santiago Guzman, Olof Larsson, and Piers Solomon
Directed / Edited by Ben Sturgulewski // Sturgefilm
Chronological – Jacob Hyllengren Larsson
Jiberish is proud to present Jacob Hyllengren Larsson’s 2014/15 season edit. Split between urban shoots in Europe and sunny days in Mammoth, CA, Chronological showcases Jacob’s unique perspective on skiing this past season.
Check out more of Jacob in BRS’s new movie, Bon Vivant.
Sean Pettit has been a house hold name in the ski industry since he was eleven years old. Known as one of the most popular and talented big-mountain skiers in the world, Pettit continues to push the sport and have a ridiculous amount of fun along the way.
Norway is to pro snowboarders what Japan is to sushi, and Scotland is to whisky: sure, other countries produce them, but not in the same quantity or quality. Which is a mixed blessing if you’re a snowboarder. The level is so high, that on one hand it pushes you to be the best rider you can be. But, on the other, it’s insanely hard to get noticed – some of the best snowboarders in the world are unknown, unsponsored Norwegians.
Check out the latest video edit with our Kästle athletes Griffin Post and TJ David exploring the vast untouched Wilds of Northern B.C with our amazing partner Skeena Heliskiing and Skeena Cat Skiing. Moments that come together perfectly to leave the boys with a feeling that they are part of something so much greater than […]
Last fall, Jones traveled to Nepal for the largest descent of his life—a 21,400 foot peak that he dubbed the Shangri-La Spine Wall. His arrival at the foot of this peak coincided with the final weeks of Nepal’s monsoon season. While waiting for a suitable weather window in which to summit his objective, Jones had […]