A regular February spring day with Isaac and Jonnie Merrill
A regular February spring day with Isaac and Jonnie Merrill
A few raw shots from one of the best days I've ever had in the mountains . . And that last shot...He's naked...Austin Bourret is a crazy person
uhh, this is insane
Rossignol presents The Big Picture. The first of our two part mini movie series Move. Move 1 follows the skiing of Chris Logan, Parker White and friends. Shot over the first half of the 2015/16 season the crew heads out in search for powder and pillows. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing, Cooke Knives. Skiers: Chris Logan, Parker White, Duncan Adams, Tanner Rainville, Adam Delorme and Jordan Clarke. Shot/Edited: Sean Logan Location: Mammoth CA + Cooke City MT + Interior British Columbia Music: "Anna" by Will Butler + "Word" by Goat + "Go" by Pleasure Beach
Rossignol presents The Big Picture - The final episode of Chris Logan and Parker White's Mtn Revision series for 2015. Thanks to our supporting sponsors Electric, Orage, Tomahawk International, Tall T Productions, Bomb Snow Magazine, Cheetah Factory Racing, Cooke Knives.
The last few weeks at snowbird have been pretty god damn fun! Everyones been all hyped up! Keep the snow comin! Send it for Heffy! Thanks to Amplid and all the boys for getting shots on their phones insta: @jonniemerrill
Chest-cam of a jump we built at the bottom of silverfox. Thanks Backcountry Access and Salomon Freeski
Tanner Hall returns in 'TRIUMPH', a season he considers 'one of the best of his career.' Dropping online for free October 2017
Yesterday up at Snowbird we skied a few lines. One of them didn't go very well...
Freed gettin it!
Yup, view numero dos
One Of Those Days: The ones where you feel like Candide but then you fall down a crevasse and somehow don't die.
Red Bull recently released this great trailer!
The line that won Powder's Line of the Year, condensed down for your easy viewing pleasure.
The countryside of Sweden isn't exactly the place that comes to your mind when you think of skiing, but what could you come up with if you had to put a limit to the area you had to work with? Kim Boberg and Oliver Karlberg set out to film a movie in a place called Alvdalen, to use what you got instead of seeing whats not there. This movie was filmed within the area of a maximum range of 1-hour drive away from Alvdalen. Shot on location: Alvdalen Klappen Ski resort Skiing by: Kim Boberg Oliver Karlberg Hugo Burwall Freddie Grann Phil Casabon Yohei Maruyama Filmed and edited by: Fredrik Larsson Additional editing: Bjorn Eklund Additional filming by: Bjorn Eklund Emil Grano Tobias Johansson Jacob Wester Cover: Petter Johansson
An uplifting DJ mix to play in your headphones as you stand at the top of an escalator, holding your skis, wondering when the snowflakes are going to start falling from the sky. Full mix here: https://soundcloud.com/i-piff-park-city/sets/pray-for-snow-radio
Couple nasty lines.
Blake Wilson's 2016 season edit. Filmed - Wyatt Kadwit Ben Goertzen Blake Wilson Edit- Blake Wilson Music- 'Gooey' Glass Animals - Gilligan Moss Remix
Armada Skis presents "Triumph" a film by Tanner Hall and Corey Stanton. Follow Tanner as he returns to top form in his 2017-18 season, while he discusses all of the struggles and triumphs that brought him to where he is now.
With the Olympics less then a week away I figured we all could use a reminder on why most of us ski.
Part 1 - Todays world of action sports and kickstarters require that every thing we do be motivated by this powerful message of chasing a dream, making the world a better place, or seeking the grandest adventure. As I look into what motivates my skiing, i can't help but realize i do it for no reason greater than manning up. To Push yourself and huck your meat and see how far you can go. It's a story that has been inspired by My Ballsack. This is all footage from my 2015/2016 season, filmed by Jacob Callaghan, Ahmet Dadali, Mike Meza, and Tim Jones. Music By Griz - The Anthem
Spent some time up north for a comp and got to ski the dopest mountain ever
Made this little movie while recovering from meniscus surgery. My younger brother, Ryan Vitale, kicks off the movie with his season edit from last year...then the movie begins. Hope you guys enjoy. Cheers to everyone who was a part of this @pfoulger, @ryan_vitale, @colibuds, @kinniski, @james_jensen16, @swaggermager, @sanderhadley, @patsuwak, & @huntcorn.
really gnarly straight-line
In this episode of Teton Gravity Research's web series Blast From The Past, we take a look at Sammy Carlson's badass segment from Re:Session. Sammy rips up everything in his path from the backcountry of Montana to the park at Stevens Pass. Want more TGR? Facebook: http://facebook.com/tetongravityresearch Twitter: http://twitter.com/TetonGravity Instagram: http://instagram.com/tetongravity YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/tetongravityresearch
When faced with an almost non existent west coast winter Lib Tech Ski Ripper Lucas Wachs didn't wait around for perfect conditions. He went out everyday he could, fog, rain, shine, crust or pow. Whether it was solo with a GoPro on his head, a white out blizzard on an early season kicker or sending big to micro transitions at Mt. Bachelor. Lucas skied it all with the natural ease and power that will soon be known as the hallmark of his style. Let Lucas' stack of clips get you motivated to get in the air, try a new a trick, have fun with your homies and most of all to leave your excuses at home! Music by: Brett Neston Filmed by: Pete Alport, Jasper Newton, Lucas Wachs, Sean Lucey Lib Tech Skis are handcrafted in the USA at Mervin Mfg the worlds most environMENTAL board factory proudly zero hazardous waste for 11,832 days and counting! lib-tech.com/skiing/
Came in blind into this cliff... no one expected it, but I backied.
Well this is insane.
We are proud to present 'Digital Style - Japan', featuring Mitchell Brower, Nicky Keefer, Jonah Williams, and Lucas Wachs. It was an amazing trip filled with culture, deep pow, face shots, and ramen.
7 days to film, produce, and edit. 6 teams in the contest. $10,000 cash prize. 10% rule at the bar. 1 winner. (Not GGW)