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Video: Ian And Neil Provo’s Snurf Ya Later

"For the last 10 years, Neil and I have been riding boards through the powder without bindings. What started as preseason fun on rails and kickers with the early Premier snowskates, has evolved into a new passion and a new way to experience the powder covered mountains. Without bindings, powder surfing has been like taking a step back in time, providing a timeless feeling that really connects you back to the roots. By de-progressing the boards we ride, we actually opened up a whole new set of challenges and goals. After 22 years of riding on snow, it feels amazing to discover something so new and fresh. If you can't have an indonesian overhead tube, than the next best thing might be a 2500 foot powder pipe in Utah!" - Ian Provo

Produced, edited, filmed by and starring Ian and Neil Provo ~ Shot on location -Utah backcountry ~ December - January 2011

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Karl Fostvedt and Madison Blackley Are the New King and Queen of Corbets!
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Karl Fostvedt and Madison Blackley Are the New King and Queen of Corbets!

Karl Fostvedt and Madison Blackley Are the New King and Queen of Corbets!

Last Thursday was a day for the history books, with yet another edition of Kings and Queens of Corbet’s going down at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The venue? None other than Corbet’s Couloir right under the top of Big Red. The athletes? 26 heavy-hitting skiers and snowboarders hungry for the title and ready to absolutely throw down. Lucky for them, the Tetons have been going through one of the most epic storm cycles in history, transforming Corbet’s into the ultimate playground for

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Natural Selection Re-Writes Snowboarding History At Jackson Hole
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Natural Selection Re-Writes Snowboarding History At Jackson Hole

Natural Selection Re-Writes Snowboarding History At Jackson Hole

Once in a blue moon, an event or competition comes around that completely redefines the trajectory of a sport. In the case of snowboarding, that just happened with the first stop of the Natural Selection Tour at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The brainchild of none other than Travis Rice, Natural Selection pitted 24 of the world’s best male and female riders against a course designed expressly to progress freestyle backcountry riding. We’re talking not a machine-built slopestyle course, but

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TGR Journal: I’m Bad at Snowboarding, But I Fucking Love It and that’s Awesome.