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“The Sammy C Project” Official Teaser

Teton Gravity Research and 7-time X Games medalist and back to back Real Ski Champion, Sammy Carlson, introduce The Sammy C Project.   The Sammy C Project hopes to inspire those even beyond the realm of snow to go after their dreams with tenacity.  #SammyCProject - Coming 2015.

“I’m psyched to work with Teton Gravity Research (TGR) on this project. Whether it’s having the GSS camera or their vast production experience, working with TGR will help me take this project to the next level.“ — Sammy Carlson

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Danny Davis Collaborates With The Gonz On His Latest Burton Series
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Danny Davis Collaborates With The Gonz On His Latest Burton Series

Danny Davis Collaborates With The Gonz On His Latest Burton Series

Named by Transworld Skateboarding as the "Most Influential Skateboarder of All Time," the inventor of modern street skateboarding–and your favorite skater's favorite skater–Mark Gonzales is a larger than life figure. Now in his late 40s Mark balances life as an artist, running Kooked Skateboards, and still getting out and stacking clips in NYC.   A legend in his own right of skateboarding's winter cousin, snowboarder Danny Davis hit up the Gonz to collaborate for his latest Burton signature

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Approaching Lines Bottom Up Or Top Down - Backcountry Steeps Ep 4
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Approaching Lines Bottom Up Or Top Down - Backcountry Steeps Ep 4

Approaching Lines Bottom Up Or Top Down - Backcountry Steeps Ep 4

Ski mountaineer Tanner 'Full Throttle' Flanagan shares some of the advantages and disadvantages of approaching your backcountry ski line from the bottom up, and from the top down. Both have their time and place. G3 University is a free online learning area stacked with entertaining and educational videos and blogs across a broad spectrum of winter backcountry topics. Immerse yourself in backcountry tips and tricks from our seasoned G3 ambassadors, guide partners and engineers at

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Leo Taillefer Had A Lot Of Fun On His Skis Last Season
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Leo Taillefer Had A Lot Of Fun On His Skis Last Season

Leo Taillefer Had A Lot Of Fun On His Skis Last Season

Leo Taillefer is a madman. He skis how you picture yourself skiing in your dreams. The guy packs more tricks and lofty airs into single runs that most people get in a week. From steep chutes, tight trees, and the natural terrain park that is Val d'Isere the Frenchman casually throws a plethora of double backies, spins, and butters. Watch and step into the boundless mind of Leo Taillefer in his season recap of the "LEO's LINE" web show.