We're just gonna let our man with the words, Hannes Tomani, explain this shit:
A season spent in places like, the deep forest in northern Sweden, sun-drenched California, Stockholm's cold December streets and Oregon's secret rope lifts with a bunch of skiers who have chosen their own path. Although their skiing might not fit your taste, dedicate half an hour to The Bunch and give them a chance to present their different state of minds presented as one. If you do not like what you see, it does not matter, The Bunch is not for everyone. In the same way that an untrained eye can not see the details, a person with lack of insight into skiing can't understand skiing to its fullest. But if you put your mind in an abstract state and get ready to take in what was born when Liam Downey took a bunch of Swedish guys on a trip into the woods, you will increase the ability to understand the feeling that The Bunch conveys. Far out. -Mr, 2much$
Down To Earth was created by a group of friends; Benny Urban, Dominik Wagner, Basti Rittig, and Marc Swoboda. The idea behind the movie is simple, to document a year of snowboarding together, doing what they want to do and ride what they love to ride. Snowboarding is an inspiration and will always lead to good times.
Being grateful makes you happier and we have so much to be grateful for, spending our time in the mountains. This is a short edit about enjoying the full mountain experience. Trying, trying, trying and… Failing sometimes, but also reaping the rewards in different parts of the game. And more than that –enjoying every day spent among the mountains, the clouds and fresh air, its purest form. Life can be as simple as just that.
KBR presents their new movie Golden Years. Includes snowboarding from Toni Kerkela, Janne Lipsanen, Niko Lansio, Jani Sorasalmi, Teo Konttinen, Sakari Lahdesmaki, Antti Jussila, Sami Luhtanen, Petrus Koskinen, Elias Veijola & Friends. Feel free to share the video!