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Arbor Snowboards :: Arbor x Deja Vu Encore ~ Frank April Full Part Re-Edit

Arbor Snowboards :: Arbor x Deja Vu Encore ~ Frank April Full Part Re-Edit

After winning Video of The Year in 2013, Frank April and the Déjà Vu crew battened down the hatches and embarked on a two year video project entitled Encore, which they released to the masses earlier this fall. Encore has been acclaimed as the one of, if .
OILERS AND FRIENDS - SEASON 6 - EPISODE 1.0

OILERS AND FRIENDS - SEASON 6 - EPISODE 1.0

. FIRST EDIT OF THE SEASON 15/16. JOOS CAVIEZEL JERON LOHNER JAH HARRIS PATRICK CAMENZIND MARIO FELTSCHER MATTHIAS WATTINGER FLAVIO PFISTER ANDRIN CAVIEZEL FILMED BY JERON LOHNER AND JOOS CAVIEZEL EDIT JAN STOECKLI WWW.OILERSANDFRIENDS.CH WW.
Snowboard Movie - HOT GREASE presents TO THE TEETH

Snowboard Movie - HOT GREASE presents TO THE TEETH

Snowboarding, traveling and searching different environments for new places to ride. For us this movie represents a different direction. A return to the reasons why we started and why we'll never stop. A search for new lines in the city and backcountry.
Early Laps with Dylan & Cro

Early Laps with Dylan & Cro

Dylan Thomas and Anthony "Crowbar" Corbo keepin things classy in the early season set ups from A51 and 1/3 of Breck's Park Lane. Filmed by Ben West & Max Eberhardt Edited by Ben West Music: Simon & Garfunkel - We've Got A Groovy Thing Goin'.
MONEY.

MONEY.

Taking note and taking advantage of how epic this early season has been for Oregon. Film/Edit: Tyler Orton Additional Filming: Johnny Brady Featuring: Stratton Matteson, Johnny Brady, Jd Dennis, Jeff Holce, Jonah Owen, Will Dennis, Demetri Ba.
Mediocre Madness

Mediocre Madness

A 20-man-strong springtime snowboard road trip through the great state of Oregon with the goal of getting after any and all activities along the way. From Portland, OR, to the Cinder Cone, to Mt. Hood, to Bend, to Mt Bachelor and eventually the Oregon Coa.