The second installment of Burton new four park web series “STREET” is off the hook. It consistent of some of the best snowboarders in the world and some of the most creative riding I have ever seen. Of course we have give a big shout out to Midwest Local and friend of the Trollhaugen Troll Ethan Deiss, who has been killing it.
In the season premier of Signals Snowboards ETT, the guys are on location in New Zealand’s Milford Sound, where they attempt to use the worlds largest snowboard press, the ocean. If you have ever tried build a snowboard you might know that the pressure required to press a snowboard 350-560kPa or about 50 psi and at 100 feet under the sea the pressure is around 400.334 kPa, or about 58.08psi. So in theory this could just work, so why not give it a try.
As an avid scuba diver I must admit this was a pretty cool idea. I just hope in the future someone takes this a step farther and figures out how to mount some type of Seascooter on a Snowboard so you can shred under water!
Antique Futuristic Collection Short from The Interior Plain Project on Vimeo.
The Antique Futuristic Collection Short showcases the crew heading out to Austria for some good old fashion shredding. Beers, Board Bro’s and Beards are a staple in any good snowboarding adventure and there is no lack of anyone of those key ingredients in this short but great film. The Interior Plain Project line is hand built in Canada by 5 talanted craftsmen who take pride in each board that is produced. You can check out the collection in stock now here, But make sure you get one while you can as they are made in limited runs and are sure to sell out fast.
If there is one documentary that sums up the history of snowboarding it’s Burn Presents: We Ride – A History Of Snowboarding. If you’re an avid snowboarder or someone who has an interest in snowboarding, watch this video.
Getting old can suck at times; working 9-5, bills, and the factors of reality can really weigh you down. That’s why you must keep skating. Don’t be that guy that “Used to skate”.
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