This section is unique and showcases Chris and Daewon skating a mini ramp in a very unusual way. They use props and other random objects to perform their tricks. It opens with Daewon opening a door propped up on top of the ramp, and Chris ollies to fakie grind on the door to fakie. Some highlights include blunt kickflip-out-to-fakie on 3 stacked wheels, blunt-to-fakie on another skateboard which is held by Daewon, inward heelflip-to-fakie manuel-to-fakie on a box propped on the ramp, and a wa read more
Once in a life time opportunity right here.Ã‚Â The rules are essentially these: Send in a video of you being stupid around snow to the Sessions people.Ã‚Â Win, and you get two days skiing in Tahoe (airfare, hotel, etc.), one of them with McConkey.Ã‚Â McConkey picks the winner, and for God's sake, don't rip off saucer boy.
Our man Catfish is on the scene in Orlando with all the up-to-date news and info you need to know from the Dew Tour Finals.
My grandmother once told me that brownies are gods turds, this guy found that out the fun way. Enjoy Ã‚Â
The first section starts off with a Pull Up teaser featuring a lot of great footage of Candide Thovex. Some highlights are old ski footage of Candide as a child, THE railslide on a high deck railing, and glimpses of tricks in the video. Next is a Pure Mountain Culture promo which features glimpses of the tricks in the video, graphics, and more. Lastly, is a clever Quicksilver commercial which features snowboard riders doing various airs over a hip simulating popcorn, ""Popping"".
You know the names, you know the riders: Burrow, Slater, Sullivan and more burn it down in this video. Check out this preview for Bounty Hunters Producer: Pete Frieden
This section begins with the title section: sick surf shots, graphics, and more from each country the guys visit in the video. Following that is Andy Irons and Dean Morrison with some fast, stylish surfing. Highlights include really long barrels from both of the riders.
The intro to his segment is awesome, a bunch of interviews with random people on the streets talking shit about how Tommy can't ski. Suckers, Tommy throws down. The guy's got skills: double backs, 900s, 720s. The end credits are chill as well.
All his spins are off-axis and stylish, at the end of the segment he throws a switch 1080, which is pretty dope. Anybody doing it better than Sammy Carlson? We think not.
Any ski segment that features a brewery tour has got to be good. Lots of lifestyle footage of Tom, shows him out mucklin' this beast of a jeep, jumping his snowmoble, and taking off in his '68 Camero. He skies all backcountry. Also, hear Tom's thoughts on one of the gnarliest crashes you will ever see.