1. be1 gold edition


    from Patrick Andereggen / Added

    257 Plays / / 1 Comment

    high end board, build for a individualist, build for a unic rider!

    + More details
    • Custom snowboards intro


      from Windlip custom made snowboards / Added

      908 Plays / / 0 Comments

      Small clip designed for our website on this page http://www.windlipsnowboards.com/Boards-Custom.aspx

      + More details
      • Franco Snowshapes Whitebark Series


        from Don Watkins / Added

        858 Plays / / 0 Comments

        Mountainsides of the embattled & iconic Whitebark Pine across the Rocky Mountain and Intermountain West have been destroyed by pine beetles and effects of global warming. Franco Snowshapes harvested, with care and respect, deadfall from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to give life to these beautiful trees once again. Their soul lives on with each & every turn down the mountainside Available in custom shapes and sizes, including the 2015 Glass Line Series (M's 164/58 Pintail, 160 Swallowtail; W's 152 twin, 147 Swallowtail) www.francosnowshapes.com https://www.facebook.com/FrancoSnowShapes @francosnowshapes Email Mikey Franco for details at mikeyfranco1@mac.com

        + More details
        • Late TEAM updEIGHT


          from Jamie / Added

          76 Plays / / 0 Comments

          Some left over shots from a couple of weeks ago. www.teameight.com

          + More details
          • Mike Ranquet on Burton Craig's New R&D Facility in Vermont


            from BuoLoco / Added

            272 Plays / / 0 Comments

            Burton Snowboards celebrated the opening of its new R&D facility in Burlington, Vermont, Thursday, January 13, as more than 300 employees, team riders, media and friends gathered at the new state-of-the-art space that is dedicated and named after the late snowboard icon Craig Kelly. The new facility, which is called “Craig’s,” is located next door to Burton’s global headquarters and provides a place where Burton can collect rider feedback, build a prototype with custom machinery and test it on the snow the next day. “Craig Kelly was an engineer at heart, and one of the big reasons he chose to ride for Burton back in the late eighties was because he saw how committed we were to R&D and taking snowboard technology to the next level,” said Jake Burton, Founder and CEO of Burton Snowboards. “During the 15 years that he rode for Burton, Craig had a huge impact on snowboard design, technology and the sport as a whole. So it was an easy decision to name the new prototyping facility after him. I think that Craig would be proud that every new board that comes out of our new R&D space reflects his spirit and legacy.”

            + More details
            • OZ Snowboards construction video


              from OZ Snowboards / Added

              49 Plays / / 0 Comments

              This video displays the different high quality components found in an oz snowboard.

              + More details
              • SIdewall being profiled on the c&c


                from Monson Snowboards / Added

                396 Plays / / 0 Comments

                This is how we profile the sidewall material. Each size snowboard has a slightly different profile for flex.

                + More details
                • SNODAY CLUB UPDATE 2014


                  from John Hromyk / Added

                  223 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Some of the highlights of the 2013 and 2014 ski and snowboard production season at SNODAY. SNODAY is located in the foothills of the Alberta Rockies and has been handcrafting skis since 2011. www.snoday.ca

                  + More details
                  • Snowboard Base Grinding


                    from Monson Snowboards / Added

                    634 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    Here is a small video of Ule base grinding a snowboard.

                    + More details
                    • Who owns the Backcountry by Dave Downing


                      from BuoLoco / Added

                      198 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      The terms backcountry and off-piste refer to where the skiing is being done, while terms like ski touring, ski mountaineering, telemark, and extreme skiing describe what type of skiing is being done. Terms for backcountry skiing exist according to how the terrain is accessed, and how close it is to services. Backcountry can include the following • Frontcountry: off-trail within ski area boundaries where ski lifts and emergency services are close at hand. • Slackcountry: terrain outside of the ski area boundary that is accessed from a lift without having to use skins or bootpack. Usually this also bears true with access getting back to the lift as well. For purists, this could also include areas like Beartooth Pass where people ski from switchback to switchback and use a car as a shuttle. • Sidecountry: terrain outside marked ski area boundaries yet accessible via ski lift. Typically sidecountry requires the skier to hike, skin, or climb within ski area boundaries to reach or return from the sidecountry area, or both. • Backcountry: skiing in remote areas not within ski area boundaries. Ski patrol, marked ski runs, grooming, snowmaking, and ski lifts are absent. Backcountry skiing can be hazardous due to avalanche, exhaustion, weather, cliffs, rock fall, and tree wells, so skills for handling these hazards are required.

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?


                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."