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Nuulife Cinema The Search With Wiley Tesseo

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

From Nuulife Cinema: In this special episode from Wildlife Season Two, Wiley Tesseo gets after the goods. He was on the search for pow last winter, and boy did he find it! Read the full Nuulife Cinema – The Search with Wiley Tesseo article on Snowboarder Magazine. More...Nuulife Cinema The Search With Wiley Tesseo

Strange Brew Strangers Welcome Episode 2 Boreal Bender

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

From Strange Brew: Been haven’ a good ol’ classic bender at Boreal. Some may say that we’re addicted to the place. Featuring Riley Nickerson, Zander Blackmon, Brady Lem, Brian Wilson, Ian Daly, Foster, Taylor Carlton, Danny Davis, Jasper Tripp, Chad Blau, John Murphy, Nial Romanek, Felix Mobarg, Keenan Cawley, and Shane Sayers. Filmed... More...Strange Brew Strangers Welcome Episode 2 Boreal Bender

Curtis Woodmans Surf The Earth Montana Utah Washington

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

When it’s low tide in Tahoe, what’s an earth surfer with an insatiable appetite for fluffy light powder to do? Load up the sled, fill up the tank, and point it to whiter pastures. In episode two of Arbor Snowboards’ Surf the Earth, that’s exactly what Curtis Woodman did, following... More...Curtis Woodmans Surf The Earth Montana Utah Washington

Saas Fe Total Destruction With Torstein Horgmo Alessandro Boyens Brage Richenberg And Markus Mathis

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

Luckily, despite all the corkage and flawless airtime, Saas Fe is still standing. Riding by Torstein Horgmo, Alessandro Boyens, Brage Richenberg and Markus Mathis. Read the full Saas Fe Total Destruction with Torstein Horgmo, Alessandro Boyens, Brage Richenberg and Markus Mathis article on Snowboarder Magazine. More...Saas Fe Total Destruction With Torstein Horgmo Alessandro Boyens Brage Richenberg And Markus Mathis

Lego Snowboarding Van Life

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

A little bit of fun in this short Lego-crafted video showcasing a day in the life of the van-camping powder hound. Worth noting that the Lego man has a French press and fairly good style despite a very narrow stance. Read the full Lego Snowboarding: Van Life article on Snowboarder Magazine. More...Lego Snowboarding Van Life

December 2014

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

Crazy Loco Motives: The Jed Anderson Interview Words: T. Bird What makes the most prolific rail rider on Earth tick? Find out on page 84, in Jed’s first-ever exclusive interview with SNOWBOARDER Magazine. Ms. Superpark 10 Words: Mary Walsh The tenth iteration of Ms. Superpark at Mammoth Mountain was one for the ages as a... More...December 2014

Being Foreword Spencer Schubert Interview

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

Read the full Being Foreword: Spencer Schubert Interview article on Snowboarder Magazine. More...Being Foreword Spencer Schubert Interview

Dispatches A Legendary Baldface Trip With T Bird

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

words and photos: T. Bird Jeff Pensiero has something special tucked high away in the woods surrounding Nelson, British Columbia. Nelson has long been an outdoor enthusiast’s dream, with like-minded people emigrating to the tiny bastion north of Spokane, Washington for decades to hike, bike, climb, ski, and as of the... More...Dispatches A Legendary Baldface Trip With T Bird

The Controversy Of Who Rode The Crack First

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

Photo: Red Bull Youtube “The Crack” looks like an insanely intimidating and alluring feature when you think about riding it. Pro skier Cody Townsend rode The Crack and ended up winning Powder Magazine’s ‘Line Of The Year’ award and ‘Best Male Performance‘, it was said that his ski line was the ‘most insane ever.’ However, it... More...The Controversy Of Who Rode The Crack First

Greenbacks For Green Ideas

Snowboarding News | Friday December 19, 2014

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (Dec. 19, 2014) – The Toyota Research Institute of North America (TRINA), a division of Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing of North America (TEMA), in partnership with The Electrochemical Society (ECS) is requesting proposals from young professors and scholars pursuing innovative electrochemical research in green energy technology. More...Greenbacks For Green Ideas
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