Seth Hill, aka The people’s Champion tackles our nonsensical quiz to talk; mosquito bites on eyelids, following Xavier de la Rue Switch, listening to Justin Bieber 24/7 and much more.
Roel Van Oosterhout with this banging switch back 270 to regs. Filmed in a fridge, in his home country of The Netherlands.
Last week we brought up and comer Raffael Kossmann to your attention in his Milk Teeth interview. Up here is his crew District, who just put out this epic full movie Disctrict 1. A must watch for this Monday morning.
Burton Snowboards have impressed us this year with their Presents edits and already we are at the last one of the series with the Women. This October, Enni Rukajarvi, Cilka Sadar, Kimmy Fasani and Kelly Clark, headed to Europe to savour the delights of Austria. From there, we follow the girls as they talk about the individual trips they will face later on in the season, from backcountry to pipe and everything inbetween.
Our autocorrect goes mental everytime we talk about him but Jørn Simen Aabøe is on fire at the moment. Another important cog in the future of Norwegian snowboarding, Jørn can ride street equally as well as park and is one of the most creative young riders around.
If you’ve ever been to Laax it’s quite possible you would have seen David Djite throw down in the parks and pipe over there. David stands out with his good style and stoke for snowboarding. Check out this full edit from The Tales From The Crap crew.
German snowboarders are few and far between at the moment but here is a rider with a bright future ahead of him. Introducing Raffael Kossman.
Haakon Eilertson is someone we have spoken about quite frequently in the past few months and here we go again. Haakon took some power laps in Colorado and came back with this impressive edit. This kid is going places.
Don’t Halldor, Ethan and Eiki make snowboarding look easy when they stomp tricks first go? Well thankfully for the rest of our egos, even the best of them slam too and here you can see some of the heaviest slams the crew took whilst filming for NoToBo.
Postland are doing things differently this year and releasing each part separately. Up here is Scandinavian heavyweight Eirik Nesse and he doesn’t disappoint.