Not only can 9-year-old Ian Matteoli fluently speak three languages, he can snowboard way better than most of us. Rusty Toothbrush’s short film is a charming and spirited homage to childhood and badassery.
Snowboarder Mike Basich has fully embraced the outdoor lifestyle, and now lives in a tiny 225 square foot organic structure he built from stone and wood in the middle of his 40-acre property. Naturally, there’s plenty of snow outside.
Yuki Kadono won the 2015 Burton US Open Men’s Slopestyle with this video game-caliber run. The 18-year old smoothly pulled off two 1620º somersaults – that’s 4-1/2 rotations – in quick succession. Does he weigh anything?
Keep it cool ripping the piste this Spring with Bern’s sleek Kingston helmet. 16 air vents and external slider keep you breezy; Zip Mold Plus® technology keeps the low profile lid strong but light. It has a sweet Bluetooth-ready knit liner too.
Snowboarder Jamie Barrow is known for his speed, but this stunt took things to a whole new level. Ultimately, Jamie hit 78mph before letting go. We wonder if he wore a parachute if he could go airborne and then land safely. Probably not.
When he’s not doing donuts in his Ford Fiesta ST, Ken Block is hooning around in his awesome RaptorTRAX, a customized Ford F-150 with huge, tank-like snow treads. Here, he goofs around with snowboarders Zak Hale and Ethan Deiss.
Snowboarder Dan Brisse decided that combining snowboarding and rooftop parkour would be a good idea, as he was towed to the edge of a building, flew through the air while doing a spin, and landed on another roof.
Professional snowboarder Jamie Barrow went up to about 50mph using a handheld thruster currently being developed by Dreamscience. The device has four electric carbon fiber ducted fans, an aluminum frame and a 35kW battery.
To position himself for the perfect powdery run, snowboarder and adventurer Xavier de la Rue rappeled down a treacherous vertical rock face. Fortunately, he captured it all on his GoPro for us to enjoy.
Another day, another snowstorm on the East Coast. Doing his best to make lemonade from New York City’s snow-covered lemons, Casey Neistat decided to bust out his snowboard and take it for a little ride through the slush.
A team of expert snowboarders and skiers substitute the sidewalks, parks and rails of the urban jungle in place of the slopes in this awesome promotional spot for sports clothing and accessory maker O’Neill.
(NSFW: Language) Jeremy Jones, Zak Hale, Mark Sollors, and Ethan Deiss glide, grind and go over snowy suburbs in various locations around the world. Absolutely sick tricks. From Burton Snowboard’s four-part video series.
Designed by master-piece and P01, the Freeride-V is a vest with a fleece-lined compartment and straps at the back, perfect for carrying a snowboard and other items. It also has four front pockets and is waterproof.