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
The Line Skis crew, better know as Burrrlapz has released their second edit of the season and boy, is it sweet. They're calling their latest installment a "powder skiing art project" and to that, we respond, isn't all powder skiing art? However, their commitment to riding big pillow lines really does come across as pretty artful. While we've seen plenty of deep days of our own this season, we're still drooling over the bluebird skies and face shots this edit has to show. Backed with tunes
It’s no surprise that Cody Townsend is pretty particular about the ski gear he straps to his feet. After all, he’s been skiing longer than most of us, and he certainly puts his equipment through the paces in all manner of scenarios both inbounds and out. One thing he’s noticed, and something I fully agree needs to be explored further, is the difference between ski bindings. There’s a dizzying amount of awesome choices on the market today, but different bindings are designed for very different
The people have spoken, the results are in, and a winner has been chosen for X Games Real Ski 2021. Salt Lake City based Alex Hall takes the gold in the real ski event this year. His edit is chock full of solid park and urban skiing, not to mention it was filmed and edited by the talented Etienne Mérel. The combined forces of these two ski industry hard hitters makes it no shock that Hall took the gold. That is until Tom Wallisch surprised him with it in an impromptu X Games medal ceremony.