The third episode of TGR's Worst Crashes series features our riders barreling off cliffs, sliding off some big spines and Tim Durtschi learning a lesson in avoiding sluff.
Ever wonder where the longest ski line in the world is? Well, last year Arc'Teryx athlete Janelle Smiley, her husband Mark and their close friend Jed Porter set out to answer that exact question. RELATED: Learn advanced ski touring from Janelle Smiley in Jackson Hole The found the answer to their question on the border between Alaska and the Yukon is defined by several massive glaciated peaks, including Mt. St. Elias, home to an 18,000-foot ski descent from the summit all the way to the
The fine folks at Atomic graced us with a little mini-edit on Friday titled "Digital Style | Utah," that was a modern-day homage to ski movies of the '80s, combining the grainy footage and overly contrasted colors of yesteryear with the progressive skiing of today. So watch as Nicky Keefer, Mitchell Brower, Jonah Williams and our good friend Tim Durtschi tear it up to the musical stylings of Sebastian Gampl, then pull out your old Walkmans and reminisce about the era that gave us Oh, and
North Face team members Blake Paul, Jake Blauvelt, and Austin Smith hopped on their sleds, suited up in their down suits and headed deep into British Columbia for a winter camp and shred mission. The trip was filled with endless amounts of party waves, fried egg sandwiches and effortless style from the next generation of backcountry freestyle snowboarders. Watch these style gods in their element and get out and surf some pow!