Grenade Gloves started a movement that grew into an army and 2014 marks the 10th anniversary of the Grenade Games! Johnny Lazz, Dustin Craven, Jaeger Bailey, and Danny Kass (of course) made a showing in Mammoth to support the cause.
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Terror at Troll dropped a little over a year argo and now 1817 is at it again with Terror at Troll 2. Shot entirely at Trollhaugen by Riley Erickson, Derek Combs, Jake Durham, Chris Duncan, and David Murphy Terror at Troll 2 adds a few new names to the lineup. With hammers being drop continually you’ll need to watch it over again to believe your eyes.
Jeffy Gabrick‘s Back Board – Front Board – Back Board Pretzel on the Double Kink and Back 180° – Cab 270° on the Down Rail was absolutely insane.
Kyle Kennedy‘s Back Board – 50/50 – Front 360° Out on the Double Kink was bonkers.
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The 2014 Volcom PBRJ Finals marks ten years of staying true to snowboarding. With a strong field of the world’s best rail riders Mammoth Mountain mashed together the sun’s rays and an awesome course to showcase raw talent. The 2014 Volcom PBRJ Finals were stacked with a huge grip of Midwest riders, 4 of them being House team riders, and they all held it down.
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From November 18th to January 17th, hundreds of teams from around the United States submitted photos for the first inaugural Gnartoraphy contest hosted by Rossignol Snowboards, The-House.com, Arkade Snowboarding and Park City Mountain Resort. The amateur teams composed of one photographer and open rider where pitted against each other in a multi-level online competition to get to the final 3. This was a one of it’s kind competition and the results were phenomenal. The top 3 teams arrived at Rossignol Headquarters in Park City, Utah on April 3rd and had 3 days of riding and shooting to walk away with the winning photograph. Each team received a brand new 2015 board and bindings courtesy of Rossignol Snowboards, and a new outerwear kit courtesy of The-House.com and after they chose their weapons the battle was on. There were no limits on where the teams could shoot at the mountain and they defiantly got creative utilizing the vast terrain the Park City Mountain Resort offers.
What would possess a human to do at Chairlift Cable Slide? There have been a few snowboarders that have gapped up to a cable, but parachuting onto a cable, come on. There isn’t much known about this Chairlift Cable Slide video besides the Vimeo stats, the Volkl Skis, and the name of the rider (Valentin Delluc). What ever you’re doing Valentin keep doing it. Read More
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