Photo by Will Wesson; LINE Pro Rider, GFunk Bestie, All Around Good Guy
LINE Skis teammate Will Wesson just so happened to snap a few photos of the Intergalactic Skiing Space Ranger, House Rider Garrett Russell, at Woodward at Copper. Garrett’s famed Nose Block is sent further up the richter scale with the elusive Backpack Grab while LINE teammate Jon Hartman(another great mustache) lays a saucy under slash. Kelly Karis, videographer for Woodward at Copper, happened to capture the mind blowing trick. See the video below:
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Garrett is gearing up for more ski antics. He will be exploring the Patagonian Andes and Bariloche, Argentina for the remainder of the Southern Hemisphere’s winter. The House is sending a team to document Garrett’s 10th year guiding for SASS Global Travel. Keep it locked here for updates. #GarrettRussellExperience #theGRE
Everyone loves Troll. Well, maybe not that one kid Jesse that broke his entire body a few season back – yeah he definitely hates troll. Jesse does enjoy watching Troll edits though like this #ThrowBackThursday at Trollhaugen by David Murphy. Enjoy.
Featuring Logan Herber, Colin Wilson, kayli Hendricks, Calvin Green, Tony Wagner, Tanner Burch, Jake Aldridge, Trevor Cowen, Jeffy Gabrick, David Murphy, Nick Irwin, Luke Zajac, Sam Schiltgen, Benny Milam, Tony Reamer, Grady Tank, Kyle Kennedy, Mike Skiba
When Matty K rolls through a park everyone stops to watch. Colorado took a pounding this season and Mr. K was the guy who did it. Need proof? Check out his 2014 Season Edit above.
We’ve been huge supporters of Corey Millett ever since we can remember. His undying love for skating, combined with the determination and drive to be the best he can be while having fun make Corey one of the greatest guys to have around at a session. This part from No Collar showcases what Corey will be striving for with his new transition to LA.
Stand up paddle boarding was ranked as the most popular outdoor activity with first-time participants in 2013. That rise in popularity will likely continue to climb. When “SUP” comes to mind, most people envision a huge, buoyant board floating atop calm waters – and perhaps a mountain landscape or palm trees in the backdrop. Beyond the glassy waters of wind protected lakes, bays and inlets, lies countless other bodies of more aggressive water. Think open water, rivers, whitewater and ocean waves. Adrenaline seekers with loads of paddle boarding experience flock to more lively waters giving birth to extreme paddle boarding.
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