Stussy by Holden Outerwear
Stussy by Holden was created with the purpose of offering the perfect selection of items on a one week road trip from the peaks of the Northwest to the sandy shores of Southern California. With that goal, Stussy and Holden have team up to offer five items functional enough to keep you warm and dry, yet flexible enough to provide layering options that go from snow to surf.
BROKEN CIRCUIT TEASER
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, Øivind Fykse, Jesse Augustinus, Jessi Blackwell, Nicolo’ Pezzato, Nicholas Bridgman, Kevin Kok, Max Vieider, Marco Donzelli and Friends
Riksgränsen – Salomon Freeski TV S9 E6
from Salomon Freeski
Get a history lesson on Swedish freeskiing while watching Henrik Windstedt and Leo Ahrens ski laps at the world’s most northern resort, lengendary Riksgränsen.
Skiers: Henrik Windstedt, Leo Ahrens, Janne Aikio, Jesper Rönnbäck, JP Auclair
‘Cormorant’ by Ned Beckley
Courtesy of Equate Studios
After showcasing athletes in the PNW and Utah, we wanted to bring things back to our Colorado roots. Summit County has always been one of the hotspots for park skiing, and that has yet to change. “A Walk in the Park: Bounce Back – Sam Zahner, Mike Cappola, and Calvin Barrett” was filmed over a […]
Midway through a dry season, with scraggly trees, icy slopes, and hardly any base, Mount Baker suddenly finds itself consumed by the chaos of the year’ biggest storm– unleashing several feet of snow every night for ten straight days. Plows work around the clock to keep order, but still the ditches fill with battered cars […]
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
12 films in 12 months. A year in search of shred. Different spots, different crews, different styles. We don’t know exactly what’s going to happen, or where we’ll go. But if it sounds fun, and it feels good, we’re in. www.romesnowboards.com facebook.com/romesnowboards instagram.com/romesnowboards twitter.com/romesnowboards.
Parallels is a short film produced by Dendrite Studios in April of 2011. This piece was shot for the Intersection competition at the Telus ski and board fest in Whistler, BC.
Created in its entirety in just 7 days, this piece explores parallel experiences of the moments created by playing in the mountains.
Produced by Nicolas Teichrob and Athan Merrick.
Out For a Rip in the Canadian Backcountry – Sony Mind’s Eye Season 3 Episode 4
from Teton Gravity Research
Dane Tudor, Nick McNutt & Ian McIntosh fire up their sleds for some good old-fashioned fun in the Canadian backcountry. The crew takes advantage of the bluebird weather, hucking both their sleds and meat off anything. McIntosh impresses with his hard charging cliff sends, while McNutt and Tudor spin for the win. Poutine and Mountie costume not included.
We take pride in being able to hand select our athletes and influencers. These passionate souls are the backbone of Hiball and it is our pleasure to bring all these people from different backgrounds together a couple of times a year. This is a recap of our recent trip to Baldface Lodge out of Nelson, […]
Aleksander Aurdal grew up crashing in just about every possible way before he settled with the sport of free skiing. The level of free skiing has really progressed the last few years and consequently increased the risk of getting hurt when learning new and dangerous tricks.
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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