Arbor Snowboards – Parallel Super Parking

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Arbor Snowboards LogoArbor Snowboard‘s heavy hitters showed up to Snowboarder Magazine’s Superpark 18 with one thing in mind; dominate.  With an arsenal of riders like Scotty Vine, Brandon Hammid, Curtis Woodman, Sammy Spiteri, Sean Whitaker, Yuma Abe, and Erik Leon riding Mt. Hood you know the tape is going to be great.

The snow season just wrapped up but don’t worry, Arbor makes longboards too.  Check them out HERE.

 

Eli Lamm – Park Edit 2013-2014

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Eli Lamm dropped a great early season edit that was bonkers and now he drops his park season ender and my mind is blown.  It’s great to see a park edit with more than just rails coming out of Minnesota.   Good job Eli, it’ll be great to see what comes next from you.

If you missed Eli’s 2013 Early Season Edit check it our HERE.

The ManBoys Teaser

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The ManBoys are a slash away, with the help of TransWorld Snowboarding, from the greatest web series ever.  Mark Sollors (Burton Snowboards), Rusty Ockenden, Jody Wachniak, Robjn Taylor, Matt Belzile, and Chris Rasman compile the crew known as The ManBoys who are based out of Whistler, BC.  Stay tuned for tons of action.

Superpark 18: Day 1

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Snowboarder Mag’s Superpark 18 is going down at Mt. Hood Meadows right now.  The build crews from Keystone, Woodward, Seven Spring, and Mt. Hood Meadows create the features for the world’s best photographers and snowboarders.  The House’s very own Hunter Murphy is there getting the shot.

The ONLY way to shred EVER.(From a Midwest POV)

Living in the Midwest this is what most of our hills, and when I say “hills” I mean hills, look like for a majority of the season. Lots of dirt, with patches of man made snow that has been blown off course by blustery winds or the inattentive snow makers who have fallen asleep late into the night.  This way of life here is a large reason that so many talented people from the Midwest are making big moves on the big mountains. When given the opportunity to actually shred a mountain in even moderate conditions, myself like many Midwest riders soak it up for every square inch of shred we can right down to the lift line. It’s in our DNA and shredding the worst conditions is our bread and butter for most of our lives.  When you put the goods out in front of the Midwest riders you better believe we are going to rip it. Ride Hard, Live the stoke, Midwest Represent.