8 video parts and you decide who wins. GO watch and Vote!
X Games rookies and film veterans face off in this year’s X Games Real Snow – all-urban – snowboard video contest. Each rider submitted a 60-second video part for a shot and Winter X Games gold. In Winter X Games 2013: Real Snow- round 1: We have Midwest native and up-and-comer Ethan Deiss vs Eero Ettala. Also going head to head we have the Dan Brisse vs Bode Merrill, Jermey Jones vs Frank Aprill, and Louis Paradis vs Pat Moore!
Nitro Snowboards has been releasing One Run clips for a while. They’re not really called edits because One Run is a raw unedited shot of a rider from the top of the mountain to the bottom.
Here is One Run with Austin Smith cruising through Big Bear on the second lap of the day. He looks like a fun guy to ride with.
Shaun White plays on a completely different field than every snowboarder who has ever lived. Love him or hate him, it won’t affect what Shaun is capable of.
I’m glad Stride Chewing Gum understands humor. What’s funnier than a gum company sponsoring a snowboarder? A gum company that makes fun of the snowboarder they sponsor.
Wilow Facewear was born in 2007 with one goal in mind, to build a better facemask for skiers and snowboarders alike. After being consistently disappointed in the facemasks on the market, the guys of Wilow Facewear decided to develop their own facemask. Drawing on technology and materials that go into the rest of your outerwear gear, Wilow developed a mask that was designed with comfort AND functionality in mind and thus the Technical Outerwear Facemask was born.
Wilow Facewear Tech:
Wilow masks are handmade in Minnesota and are packed with innovative features such as: water/wind resistant outer shell, insulating Polar Fleece inner, a Breath-Easy-Zone, and an industry first Snap-N-Cinch system that is fully adjustable. Wilow’s Technical Outerwear offer a truly unmatched comfort and customizable fit that will make your riding more enjoyable no matter where you are, seshing rails in the Midwest or slashing pow in the Rockies. At the core of Wilow Facewear is a belief that the rivalry between skiers and snowboarders has faded: “We believe the line between skiing and snowboarding has been blurred, the rivalry has faded. Wilow support the new culture of com-RAD-ery between skiers and boarders, where creating your own style and having fun on the mountain is more important than how you get down it. Riding is about expressing yourself and having a rad time with friends. It’s about pushing yourself to new limits and making it your own. Whether you’re a skier or a snowboarder, the mountain changes your identity. We want to be a part of your transformation.” -willow Whether you’re ripping one stick or two, Wilow Facewear has your face covered. Check them out in-store or online here at The House Outdoor Gear. Connect with Wilow Facewear:
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