1. Andy Lloyd and K2 Snowboards' Happy Hour


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    Andy Lloyd takes K2's Happy Hour snowboard out for a spin at Perisher, while Linc Jago from K2 talks you through the technical features of the board.

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    • Hella Milla


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      Kyle Miller takes a few backyard runs in his neighborhood. This winter was epic!!

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      • Mitch Kirby Park Footy 2011


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        some random park shots from the year

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        • Splitboarding Safari


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          • PowPow


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            • Aaron Robinson Metal Chronicles


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              Lets talk about Aaron Robinson. Seems like Built For Speed by Motörhead was written with Aaron Robinson in mind. Now we understand why Aaron Robinson has won the North Face Masters the past two years in a row. He has a perfect combination of the old school and new school style. Knowing how to turn his board from tip to tail with brutal ollies and rotations. With spending just one day with him we can tell he has a bright future in big mountain riding. -Eduardo Segovia video and edit by Chris Cressy

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              • Foam Pit Rodeo


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                • K2 - POP This


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                  • Andrew Hardingham talks about Bindings Function or Fashion


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                    "I have been riding for about 10 years and have gotten really heavy into it the last 3. Other than these I have used Burton Cartel's, Union Force's and Data's, Salomon Relay Pro and XLT's, and some cheap version of Flows from about 5-6 years ago. These are my number one favorite binding in all my time riding. I ride very forcefully have blown apart the base plates on both pair of union forces and data's so the aluminum construction on these is fantastic. There is no way these are breaking under normal circumstances, they are light, have some awesome cushioning(1"rubber in heel and toe), canted footbeds, the best toe cap type strap. These are absolutely phenomenal bindings, the only thing that could make them any better is the new ride adjustable ankle strap."

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                    • Aaron Draplin Talks about Design


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                      Bred from the loins of the proud Midwest, this little fucker was squeezed out in Detroit, in the year 1973 to the proud parents of Jim and Lauren Draplin. Growing up on a steady stream of Legos, Star Wars, family trips, little sisters, summer beach fun, stitches, fall foliage, drawing, skateboarding and snowboarding, at 19 he moved west to Bend, Oregon to hit jumps "Out West." His career started with a snowboard graphic for Solid snowboards and took off like wildfire soon after. Everything from lettering cafe signs to drawing up logos to thinking up local advertising campaigns were manhandled under the ruse of the newly formed-and gigantically reckless-Draplindustries Design Co. After five winters out west, the kid sobered up and headed back to Minneapolis to finish up a high-falutin' design degree at the prestigious and painfully expensive Minneapolis College of Art and Design. During this time he polished up his design skills, learned how to weld and how to develop a photo in nasty chemicals. These were the salad says. He fell back in love with a strong Midwest that he once tried so hard to leave. In April 2000, much to the chagrin of his proud "Midwestern Roots," he accepted an ill-fated art director position with SNOWBOARDER magazine. He moved it all down to Shithole, Southern California-alongside some hot, caustic beach-and wrangled some 23 issues of the mag. He won "Art Director of the Year" for Primedia 2000, beating out such titles as Gun Dog, Cat Fancy and Teen. No other awards were bestowed in this period, and like he gives a rat's ass. Thankfully, in April 2002, the Cinco Design Office of Portland, Oregon called up and offered a Senior Designer gig which he instantly accepted. He moved it all North to the land of rain and gloom and rolled up the sleeves to work on the Gravis, Helly Hansen and Nixon accounts. The Draplin Design Co. finally stepped out on its own four hairy feet in the fall of 2004. Some four year later, he's proud to report that he's managed to "keep everything out of the red." He rolls up his sleeves for Coal Headwear, the Union Binding Company, Snowboard Magazine, Field Notes memo books, Ride Snowboards, Forum Snowboards, Grenade Gloves, Chunklet Magazine, Cobra Dogs, Absinthe Films, NemoDesign, Gnu Snowboards, RVL7 Apparel, Burton Snowboards, K2 Snowboards, Bonfire Snowboarding Apparel, South American Snow Sessions, as well as all sorts of one-off logos, t-shirt graphics and what not. He owes it all to his parents, seriously.

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