The Ski Boss is back. I repeat: The Ski Boss is back. Tanner Hall has a habit of dropping unannounced edits, and his latest one is absolute fire. True to it’s name, Eternal shows that Hall’s skiing is exactly that. He’s been in the game literally forever at this point, and his tricks and style are only looking better. Shot in between competitions on the Freeride World Tour, it’s got everything: urban doubles, backcountry triples, and some true-to-style Tanner Hall commentary. Never stop, Tanner.
There’s no one that combines textbook skill with style the way that Sammy C does. For what seems like a lifetime now, we’ve been watching him progress into one of the best skiers in the game. Watching Sammy’s new film makes it clear he’s only gotten better with time. Features most of us wouldn’t even hit, Sammy’s throwing corks off of them. The film explores the ups and downs of his career and how they’ve ultimately paid off in the end. Sammy’s deep love of the mountains, and the sport are
Throughout time on this planet, life has had an intrinsic link to the harmony of balance. As humans, we need, and seek, to find things in our lives that create this harmony. It’s our key to happiness, and a life lived well. This film follows four characters who demonstrate different aspects of balance in their lives. The harmony of doing what you love and raising a family. The challenge and excitement that comes from building trails. The influence of making music as a creative outlet. And
With the 19/20 ski season cut short for most of us, athletes turned to their other hobbies in place of that spring skiing fix. For Line Skis athlete Taylor Lundquist, that meant trading her skis in for her skateboard. showcases Lundquist’s steezy spring park laps along with days spent on her skateboard when the mountains had closed. As one of two women skiing for Line, Lundquist’s laidback style and clean tricks in this film are refreshing to watch. Her technique translates easily from two