The boys are back! This is the third episode of the Young & Hungry series. Stay tuned for “Dinner” and other bonus episodes later in the season, along with the street movie dropping next fall.
Riders: Robbie Roethler, Billy Bjork, Lukas Caye, George McDowall, Evan Severson, Nick Belbas, Trent Lodge, and Walker Murphy
Location: Hyland Hills, Minnesota. Additional filming by Jasper Lazor.
Song: La Femme | Hypsoline
Support: Ride Snowboards, RunAMuck Clothing, Giro, Neff, Nectar Sunglasses, East Coast Lifestyle, The House Boardshop, and Help Boardshop
The average 12 year old’s day generally consists of playing the latest video game, napping, and screaming at their parents for not allowing them to drink pop. As you can see, Nick Stotz is far from average – he’s the future of snowboarding. Nick eats, breaths, and dreams snowboarding. If a few years you’ll remember this video and realize the future is already upon us.
Notice the boards Nick was riding? Yep, check out all of the K2 grom decks out HERE.
Well what do y’know? Another trip commences by the notorious Strange Brew crew. Starting it off with some shitty dmv drawbacks is always a plus. Only reinforcing that California is not that tite… Weighing this big black lemon of an automobile? You know we packin… A drivers test for Daly? No thanks. Smog test? Fuck daht. And aggravation building? Lets get in this friggin’ van. Twenty-five or some odd hours later we arrived at our destination, Minnesota. We love this damn place, and what better way to start than an elementary school. As basic as a bitch with a pumpkin spice latte. But the boys managed to make that latte extra spicey. Some shit went down and good times were had. Phew… Oh and a little premature Tahoe footy. As the lord of all hotdogs would say, why not?
Riders: Andy Latterner, Brady Lem, Craig Cameron, Casey Pletz, Jasper Tripp, Hunter Murphy, Tommy Gesme, Keenan Cawley, Shane Sayer, Andreas, Scoli Bones.
Check out all 2015 snowboards HERE.
No one expected Sage Kotsenburg to win Gold at Sochi, least of all Sage himself. Yet he pulled it off while defying conventional tricks and sticking to his unique style of snowboarding.
What we’ve got here is a classic underdog tale of grit, uncompromising integrity, and the struggle to keep our sport true to its roots. The victory couldn’t have happened to a better ambassador for our sport— who has shown the world another side of competitive snowboarding and the importance of doing what you believe is right.
This is the story of Sage’s unlikely season, leading up to Sochi, and what went down after.
Edit: Jeremy Pettit
Filmers: Pierre Wikberg: Johannes Brenning, Pat Fenelon, Vita Brevis, Bob Hoste
Executive Producers: Nick Hamilton, Adam Cozens, Steve Ruff
Sponsors: Monster, GoPro, Nike, APO.
Sochi Photography: Chris Wellhausen
Footage from Mammoth Grand Prix provided by USSA
House team rider Matt Chase has a pretty insane season last year. After battling through heavy slams and injuries, Matt ended up with some top-notch street hammers and some crazy footage from his summer at Windells. Unfortunately, Matt will not be able to ride this season due to concussions, so we wanted to drop his ender part from Wild Card to keep up the hype.
Produced by Billy Bjork and Jared Floersch in collaboration with ClosedCircuitMedia and NewFrontierFilms
Song: Cuts – You Know What I Mean
Check out all Matt’s Burton gear out HERE.
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