1. Kingsbury AKA International Basin Hut


    from colin davidson Added 21 1 0

    Hut skiing in the Purcell Mountains

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    • freshies.ch Balfrin (3795m) Südostcouloir


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      After 4 days of snow shoveling at the Mischabel Mountain Hut Stefan and Martin went back to Saas Fee...well yeah, in a special way! Powderturns at 17th of June! Web: www.freshies.ch Facebook: www.facebook.com/freshies.ch Twitter: twitter.com/FreshiesCrew

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      • Beskid Boys in Japan


        from Piotr Kabat Added 23.3K 150 10

        Beskid Boys visiting scenic Japan Video: Piotr Kabat @pkabat // pkabat.com Riding: Michał Kondrat @mehowbba Michał Ligocki @michalligocki Wojtek Pająk @wupe Stills & Cover Photo: Łukasz Skornóg @lucekphoto // lucekphoto.com Music: Wadaiko Matsuriza - Kabuki Gomen-Jyo ありがとうございます Arigatou gozaimasu TKT® stands for Towarzystwo Krajoznawcze Teges

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        • Winter 14/15


          from Snow Snoli Added 249 0 1

          Little season edit from one of the worst season I've had in a long time. Busy/late season and injury meant not much filming. All pov filmed on Contour HD2 Thanks to: www.batallaskis.com www.nwt3k.com www.onthemountain.ch Music: Millencolin- Happiness for dogs

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          • Mammoth Backcountry Shots 2015


            from Jose Manuel Bravo Added 55 0 0

            Edit of a couple of shots i got at Mammoth California this past february.

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            • Artem Pichkhadze: Season in Siberia


              from Nitro Russia Added 1,774 2 0

              Yes, its cold in Siberia and sometimes temperature goes extremely up. But November already brings tons of powder, so you spend the season to the fullest. So Artem Pichkhadze from Nitro Team Russia does! He knows it good about siberian best snowboard spots. Park and powder pillows if Sheregesh resort, fun of backcountry spots and street rail and solid urban riding. Thank you Nitro Snowboards and L1 Premium Goods for rad winter!

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              • Back Yard Flying


                from j3adventures Added 260 0 0

                Tour of grass strips in south eastern Massachusetts.

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                • You’d Be Crazy Not to Have One: The Leatherman Wave Multi-Tool [Review]


                  from Justin Lukasavige Added 21 0 0

                  Now that we’ve had the opportunity to use the Wave multi-tool by Leatherman over the last few months, we can’t possibly imagine what it would be like to embark on camping trips or daily adventures without the multi-purpose tool. The Wave has everything and more that you could imagine yourself using on a daily basis. Even if you’re not a “multi-tool user” you still need to have one of these for emergency situations! The quality of Leatherman is unparalleled and chances are you know someone who has had a Leatherman for many years. This is obvious with the 25-year warranty. Covering workmanship, if you have any issues they will either fix or replace your tool. Leatherman uses a 420 high-carbon stainless steel, which adds both strength and durability ensuring that in times of need, your tool won’t give up on you. While there are many different multi-tools to choose from, this one seems to have a good array of features. It combines popular features like a knife and pliers with tools that are more subtle yet when you need them you’ll be happy you have them. Whether you’re an avid backpacker, camper, professional builder, or soccer mom, this should be a tool that you have on hand. It comes in use for many different projects and is guaranteed to save the day more than once! Be sure to check out Leatherman because they have a tool and or multi-tool for any and every occasion. Chances are you’ll want to have more than one in your life. Links The Wave multi-tool by Leatherman: http://goo.gl/4pPkJq More gear reviews: http://goo.gl/7P5XT

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                  • You Won’t Even Know it’s There: The Off Road Tripod by Manfrotto [Review]


                    from Justin Lukasavige Added 94 1 0

                    Last fall, I decided to break down and buy a really nice tripod that we would use mainly for filming video and the occasional photograph. When the box arrived I knew instantly I had definitely gotten a film-specific tripod. I mean, this thing was so heavy (I know what you’re thinking and yes I did read the description and no I did not picture the weight listed in real life situations). There was no way I’d take it in the backcountry skiing, on hikes, or backpacking trips. So there it was. My nice, new tripod only used on specific filming projects. My old, extremely pathetic tripod still accompanied us on all of our fun backcountry adventures. Finally, I was introduced to Manfrotto’s Off Road line. They recently began developing a line with hikers and adventurers in mind who needed an extremely light, easy to use, fast tripod that they could throw on any pack and not even know it was there. The Off Road Tripod by Manfrotto is one of the lightest in their line. It’s sleek, packable, so very versatile. The head is by far my favorite part of the tripod. It takes very little time to attach your camera, has a level bubble, and is on a built-in ball which ensures you can get the exact shot you want with minimal adjustments. The new quick wheel is an efficient way to attach your DSLR or action cam into the universal ¼” bolt. The simple Twist-to-Lock mechanism is not my favorite tripod leg locking mechanism but is necessary for a sleek and light design like this. For myself, I’m often less concerned with weight than I am ease of use. I would rather add a pound or two and have standard push locks. Overall, this is a great tripod to take out into the backcountry, on short hikes, or out for some review filming excursions. I still love my film-specific tripod but it definitely won’t cover as much ground as my Off Road tripod will. Manfrotto is one of the most experienced companies in the industry when it comes to tripods as they have been creating them for many years. Whether you’re looking for a beginner tripod, a professional tripod, or an off road tripod, they will have you covered! Links The Off Road Tripod by Manfrotto: http://goo.gl/O24z5c More gear reviews: http://goo.gl/7P5XT

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