In season 5 episode 1 of Teton Gravity Research's web series Behind The Line, a nonstop snowstorm in Girdwood, Alaska, forces Dash Longe, Dylan Hood, Tim Durtschi, and Sage Cattabriga-Alosa to look beyond normal ski terrain. The team discovers a lake with frozen ice chucks and decides to have a jib session. Dash Longe throws a flare, a trick he hasn't tried in years. Behind The Line is a series where we feature a unique line, jump, or session from the filming of Teton Gravity Research's 2012 ski and snowboard film, The Dream Factory. Watch as athletes take a look back at these insane moments and discuss them, providing an in depth look Behind The Line of The Dream Factory.Music: Greg VTracks: Indigo Sky & Defiant Onewww.gregvmusic.com Order The Dream Factory
October is almost complete and with every passing day, the excitement around the upcoming winter is building to an uncontrollable frenzy. It's only heightened when you watch this A+ edit from our friends at SMITH. Featuring rippers like Cody Townsend, Griffin Post, and many others this video is for the release of their new helmet "The Code." Unlike many other product videos, this is something to get your heart pumping and soul stoked for the first snowfall of the season. From SMITH: Finally,
Even though skiing in Japan may be one of the best-documented phenomena in the skiing world, it never gets old to watch. This past Japanuary, Sammy Carlson, Karl Fostvedt, and Lucas Wachs made their annual pilgrimage to land of the rising sun to squeeze in all the culture and face shots they could into a week of some of the deepest skiing of their lives. Hakuba is a place not to be missed.
Faction Ski’s feature film, , showcases their absolutely stacked rosters of skiers lathering the style on mountains from Alaska to Zermatt. Of course, with all the full-send moments in a film come all the times the athletes come up a little short- or even worse, go WAY too big. As Hadley Hammer says, Johnny has a proclivity for trying things on skis even when the outcome is pretty clearly pointing towards failure. Check out three minutes of carnage courtesy of Faction.