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?
This piece of video is stuffed full of bacon and tasty snowboarding, baked together with fabulous landscapes and finally served on your dinner plate with a nice pale ale. A good meal that will make your mind travel back to winter. You could also call this a full part by the Swedish boarder Johan Rosen […]
Team Geography consisting of Flodschli Corzelius, Raffmän Kousmän and Simon “Swagman” Pircher, supported by their mountain guide Mario “Märiow” Kaeppeli, went 10.000 years back in time in order to document the harsh conditions that Nazguls were exposed to during the Ice Age.
DC SHOES: The Underline Series – Volume 7: Ryan Tiene & Devun Walsh
Highlight, Bold, Spotlight or Underline your favorite lines of the year. That’s what DC snowboarding did with its all new Underline Series Volume 7 featuring Devun Walsh and Ryan Tiene. The best athletes, the best parts. The Underline Series from DC.
Heavy sun and low snow has left Valle Nevado ski area reduced to bare rock, a lost season. Lifts shut down and skiers flee towards Santiago in droves. Hot tubs and pisco prevail for the DPS crew. But one morning they awake to find condors filling the sky–scavenging to prepare for an oncoming storm. While the resort hunkers down and weathers the whiteout, they disappear into clouds that boil with a meter of snow. The desert becomes an ethereal sanctuary, dissolving into the sky.
The Shadow Campaign: 4 Short Films, Coming Fall 2014.
Valle Nevado – Mt. Baker – Refugio Frey – Baldface.
Check out the trailer here: vimeo.com/108720337
Presented by DPS Cinematic, in association with Outdoor Research and Gore-Tex:
Featuring: Piers Solomon, Olof Larsson, Zack Giffin, and Santiago Guzman.
Directed and edited by Ben Sturgulewski // Sturgefilm
Shot by Ben Sturgulewski and Dan Pizza
Music by Washed Out
Sound Mix by Leonardo Barragan
Arbor Snowboards :: Welcome to Arbor – Frank April
Welcome to Arbor, Frank.
We can’t think of anyone else who is equally entertaining to watch on or off their snowboard. Every year, Frank delivers the most progressive video parts filled with unparalleled trick selection, flawless style, and next level antics. We couldn’t be more stoked to welcome François to the family!
Frank joins snowboarders Mark Carter, Curtis Woodman, Brandon Hammid and Scotty Vine on Arbor’s pro team. Frank is the second of three new riders to join the team as we move into 2015. Stay turned for more exciting team announcements and developments in the coming weeks.
Lowe called us and had this brilliant idea about filming a episode in totally darkness. Me and Theo has always wanted to, so we committed and drove the car over to Falu Snowpack back home in Sweden where we met up with the local boss Simon Jacobsson and filmed this part during 5 nights in […]
Todd Kirby Pillow Popper
from eli weiner
Todd Kirby, so many words could be said about this (adjective) man and how good he is at (verb), (verb), and (verb). His snowboarding speaks for itself (but apparently cant find a few adjectives and verbs for this write up). Whatever, here he is ripping some pow in Southwest Montana!
MSP’s 2012 film, SUPERHEROES OF STOKE celebrates MSP’s heritage and 20 years of skiing progression, showcasing icons of the sport and honoring the moments that helped define modern freeskiing. One of those icons is Richard Permin. Watch his awe-inspiring segment, and see why this skier is so much fun to work with and to watch […]
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