Johan Rosen secured ender in Snackbreak’s latest movie Deviat with this black and white, X- Files inspired hammer fest. Johan literally can ride everything and full deserved the honour of the ending part.
Eiki Helgason was busy last season filming for his own personal video project “ísland Born”. The movie is split into 3 parts and first up is the riding and what a way to start as Eiki throws hammers all over his Native Iceland.
We chat to Billy about quint corks, internet hate, getting drunk and much more in this Real Talk Interview.
Korua Shapes are back with yet another alternative view on all the carving fun you can have on a snowboard. This makes us want to go riding right now.
The 292 Crew are a squad of young Finns that are quickly making a name for themselves as one of Scandinavia’s strongest collection of riders. Check out their weird but good edit here.
Vimana have given snowboard a breath of fresh air with their aesthetically pleasing product collection and their roster of incredible team riders. This week Vimana will drop their first full length team video simply entitled “one”.
The Labyrinth Crew are a legit crew of up and comers hailing from the depths of Finland. When it’s -25 degrees outside, you will find this crew hitting street rails and stacking footy.
Featuring: Heikki Pitkänen, Kilian Hänninen, Roope Rautiainen, Henna ikola, Saska Halmes, Veikka Siivonen and Max Senen
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.
Glue makes snowboarding look fun. In this full movie, Hitsch Haller alongside DBK, Ben Ferguson, Scotty James, Jan Scherrer, Alex Tank and Gabrielle Torriani show their unique perspective on Snowboarding.
Last year the Snackbreak crew released one of our favourite movies of the season with Honyos. This year the global mix of riders are back with their sci fi inspired, black and white extravaganza, Deviate.