Pat & Tats Show: Alaska Rendezvous Heli Guides
rading their patented penguin slides and denim for a helicopter, this episode of the Pat and Tats Show has the boys outside their comfort zone and up in the Chugach. There’s no moguls to be had here, boys! Watch as Petey the Penguin, along with a ripping guide crew at Alaska Rendezvous Guides, coax these wild ones out of the bumps of Aspen and into the best pow turns of their lives.
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One Run with Bobby Brown
from Under Armour Action
For his entire life, Bobby Brown has called Breckenridge his home mountain. He’s logged countless runs through the famous terrain parks of Freeway and Park Lane, where he’s developed one the most highly regarded styles within the ski industry today, bringing him several X Games medals and a trip to the Sochi Winter Olympics. With the help of Under Armour, Bobby and Michael Clarke came together to capture a top-to-bottom run at the mountain where it all began for him, Breckenridge.
“Muse” is a video dedicated to our Brother Andrea who’s following his dream in Australia. This is our personal present to make you feel home for a bit. We truly miss you Bomber….have a great Christmas. Thank you so much Max Zebe, Sebastian Springeth, Andrea Strazzu, Daniele Culturi, Elena Graglia e Simone Zambelli for the […]
Armada Presents SNOWCIETIES Ep. 1: Michigan
from ARMADA SKIS INC.
Mike Hornbeck has moved back home to Michigan for good, a spot not typically known as a skiing mecca but as Mike says, “You can ski anywhere and do it creatively, and make it fun.” With massive snowfall the past few years rivaling the Rockies, the suddenly snow-laden city of Grand Rapid offers up plenty for Hornbeck’s street skiing skill set. In Episode 1 of Snowcieties, Mike celebrates his skiing roots with friends Spencer Milbocker and Kim Boberg on a four-month urban mission spanning November to February.
Simon Gruber full part from Broken Circuit
At this moment in time snowboarding in general is like a circuit that’s not working correctly anymore,
and it’s almost reached a breakdown but it’s not over yet.
With this video we want to showcase the passion and the will that will always keep snowboarding alive,
because it will always be the funnest and best feeling ever!
Snowboarding is not dead!
Simon Gruber Full Part supported by:
Capita, F-Tech, Fakie Shop, Smith, Union
“Packshot” – La Femme
Big Mountain Snowboarding from a birds eye view. Female Aussie drone pilot Jennie Milton captured the boys riding the iconic Alaskan peak “Pyramid” 100% Gopro + Gopro Studio. Helicopter access – Black Ops. Music – switchthree.com
Broken Mechanism: A short film featuring Bode Merrill
from Snowboard Magazine
“His fear mechanism is broken.”
Bode Merrill is an unstoppable force in modern snowboarding. Over his career, he has proven that fear is a secondary consideration to progression, that having a vision of the seemingly impossible can become reality. “Broken Mechanism” is a look back at what Bode has accomplished on a snowboard and leaves us only with our imaginations for what he has in store for the future.
“Epiphany, If Only”
Manatee Commune, courtesy of Build Strong Music Group
“Death Valley Blues”
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Written by KR Starrs, courtesy of Rise Above Records
One of the world’s most reputable ski film producers, Salomon FreeSki TV launches its brand new film. The film is from the Sunnmøre Alps (Ålesund & Sunnmøre) and is all about the unique concept Ski&Sail by Actin – Your Adventure The boat takes the skiers from one fjord to another, through an incredible landscape. Try […]