Designing ski graphics is all in a day’s work for legendary skier and artist Eric Pollard. During the stay at home quarantine, the artist recruited a few special helpers: his two daughters. Together they created custom top sheets on their snowboards and skis, as part of one of the coolest father-daughter craft projects we've seen yet. Lucky for us, Isabelle, Nova, and Eric made this easy to follow tutorial so you can replicate the process. So, grab your sketchbook and get creative with that pair of old skis collecting dust in your garage. Who knows, you might just be the next Pollard.
At this point, it’s a fair bet that we’ve all hung up our skis for the summer and have transitioned to more appropriate sports like climbing, mountain biking, or running rivers like there’s no tomorrow. Of course, in France, things always tend to be a little different – and the whole “hanging up your skis” thing is no exception. Leave it to FWT champion Leo Slemett to continue pushing the limits even in mid-summer. Although, let’s be real here – skiing pow on the infamous Mallory route on the
After months of being trapped at home, Italian freerider Markus Eder was in the mood for some skiing. The region's ski resorts were still closed, but Markus assembled some motivated friends to help build their own slushy terrain park at Klausberg, his home resort. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol .1 Featuring all the pond-skims, jump-trains, and good vibes you'd expect from a spring park edit, SuperSpringSesh 2020 also includes a healthy amount of FPV drone cinematography, which always
Finn Bilous and his brother Hank aren't household names in the world of freeskiing quite yet, but they're well on their way. Finn placed second in the 2019 SLVSH Cup Grandvalira, and has been putting down solid runs at freestyle comps around the world. Hank is more of a freerider, and ended up fifth overall in the unfortunately abbreviated Freeride World Tour 2020. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 It's clear from this edit that Finn is comfortable in both the park and backcountry,