Horsefeathers has been in business since 1989 and in recent years the brand has been growing from strength to strength. We wanted to find out more on Horsefeathers long snowboarding heritage, from the early beginnings, up to the present day and plans for the future.
Glue was released this week and already the film has been hailed by some as the best movie of the year. Glue isn’t your typical snowboard flick and we wanted to discover more from Christian Haller about both the background and making of Glue. Find out from more from the man himself as he talks to Theo Acworth.
Winter literally arrives next weekend in Europe and coincidently Horsefeathers have just dropped their new collection for 2016/17. Make sure you are dressed appropriately for the new season.
Afterbang might be from 2002 but it still gets massive playtime at Pyramid HQ. One of the favourite parts has to be Texas’s finest Travis Parker. With a mixture of comedy, unique tricks, all tied together with bundles of style.
Scotty Whitlake’s part in Happy Hour really stood out. With huge handrails, punk outerwear and that horrific knuckle slam. Add in some oi punk soundtrack and you have all the makings of a legendary part.
Mikkel Bang, Luke Mitrani and Frederik Austbo put the dreams of many aspiring pro snowboarders to sleep as they blitzed their shared part from Standard Films’s 2003 release “White Balance” All of these riders have gone on to big things for for many they are best remembered as these mischievous scamps.
The Hotzone Hintertux Opening is the the best way to celebrate the official start of the European winter season. This year the Opening kicks off on the 30 Sept which is only 6 weeks away. We will be there and so should you, check the article for all the details.
TB2 by Standard Films had one of the strongest crew of riders ever assembled in one video. Terje was ahead of the game at that time and his ender part has to be one of the best remembered parts in history. This part made his Haakonsen Sword board one of the most collectable ever.
Forum’s first team video “The Resistance” by Mack Dawg Productions was groundbreaking on it’s release in 2001 and remains many people’s favourite snowboard vid. Head honcho, Peter Line added random video graphics, matched his pro model board to his Fear and Loathing acting antics and threw down hammers.
Full Metal Edges was so raw when it came out that Grenade exploded almost overnight. Danny Kass was on a solo mission to make pipe legit again after years of stagnation.