In episode 5, we follow one of Pat’s personal legends and all around snowboard master, Bryan Iguchi. “Guch” explains his path from pipe rider to back country icon and why back country More »
This spring I moved into a small A-frame at 8700 feet of elevation at the end of Big Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch mountains. I worked 6 days a week at night on the building maitenance crew at Brighton Resort. Although the only things I maintained were poop and pee from getting to solidified on the toilets. This edit is of park riding during spring of 2014.
The 2014/15 season is an exciting time for optic companies. There is a huge movement in quick interchanging lens’. Everyone and their mama wants a way to switch the lens out of their goggle from day to day without having to worry about breaking the goggle or scratching the lens. They might be more money but when it comes to goggles, you get what you pay for. Some of them might actually seem pretty reasonable once you read the price tag. All these goggles are pushing the envelope in one way or another and are all worth mentioning but its up to you what style you want. Remember, even though its cheap doesn’t mean you got the right thing so think real hard before you pick up your next pair of goggles at Walmart.
Check out the crews adventure to Lithuania. T9′s Dylan Thompson, Andrew Brewer and Nick Pooch teamed up with homies Chris Grenier and Zak Hale and slayed the streets of Vilnius.
In episode 5, we follow one of Pat’s personal legends and all around snowboard master, Bryan Iguchi. “Guch” explains his path from pipe rider to back country icon and why back country riding inspires him to grow and progress as a rider.
A dope edit from the boys at the infamous Exit 32. Everyone’s did a great job but we just want to point out Chris Buliung’s part. #SmearSomeButterOnThosePancakes
Ryan Paul may be an amazing snowboarder but you he doesn’t take himself too seriously. In the series finale of Zany Earth he hits some urban rails into a busy street and nearly gets run over by a car, shreds a skatepark on a snowboard, jibs his head off in the park, exchanges his snowboarding boots for a pair of Sorels (and still shreds) and winches into a massive double backflip or two at the end.
The Big Air Competition was the crowning moment of the remarkable Suzuki Nine Queens presented by O’Neill at Mottolino Fun Mountain in Livigno. A sensational display of women’s freeskiing and snowboarding prowess. Winners Freeski:
The process of waxing your board can be very relaxing, and in some cases, can get you amped for the awesome days of shredding ahead. However, waxing improperly or not waxing at all can ruin a great trip. Generally we tell people they should wax their board once every 5-10 times they go out but some riders try to make waxing a routine before every day on the hill. It wont hurt anything by doing so as long as you are sure not to heat up your board too much. Make sure to keep moving your iron and NEVER KEEP IT IN THE SAME PLACE FOR LONGER THAN A FEW MOMENTS.
In episode 4, Pat teams up with his longtime travel buddy and professional snowboarder, Jake Welch. Then Pat and friends hit up Waterville Valley, NH to enjoy a fresh powder day in Pat’s hometown. And this is why we love this guy…
These guys shared this with us and we thought we would do them a solid and throw this up on the site. Awesome edit!
Yes, the rumors are true. Travis Rice is getting ready to make a sequel to his insanely successful Art Of Flight movie. What it will be called, we don’t really know yet. But we can’t wait to see what he has in store. It looks like Pat Moore will have a pretty big part in the movie as well. Keep checking in for updates on this new Red Bull project.