Sign In:

×

Last Step!

Please enter your public display name and a secure password.

Plan to post in the forums? Change your default forum handle here!

×
×

Video: Faction’s New Film ‘The Collective’ is Available for Free

One could make a solid argument for Faction having the best-balanced team in freestyle skiing. From park and street to backcountry and inbounds, Faction excels, as demonstrated in their new film The Collective. Starring (in alphabetical order) Alex Hall, Alexis Ghisleni, Andrew Pollard, Antti Ollila, Ben Buratti, Benjamin Forthun, Caroline Claire, Cody Cirillo, Corey Jackson, Daniel Hanka, Duncan Adams, Eirik Sateroy, Giulia Tanno, Kelly Sildaru, Mac Forehand, Margaux Hackett, Markus Fohr, Mathilde Gremaud, Pablo Schweizer, Sam Anthamatten, Sarah Hoefflin, Shingo Sasaki, Taisuke Kusunoki, Tim McChesney, Timothé Sivignon, and Will Berman, The Collective has some of the steepest lines, biggest jumps, and most creative urban skiing we've seen in recent memory, which makes it all the more impressive that it's all in one project. 

RELATED: Johnny Collinson - Dreaming Big and Staying Stoked

We're not surprised that The Collective came out so well, considering that it was directed by longtime Collective member Etienne Mérel and features camerawork by some of the folks behind Candide's edits, but despite sky-high expectations, we're still blown away. Cheers to everyone who worked on this project, and we're stoked to see what's next for Faction!

The good collection of a wide variety of ideas hire linux expert  are making the page really special for all readers.  The best collection of all those ideas are making the page really special than any other page.

The video and the details posted on this page is sharing the information of gel fuel fireplace insert the movie “The collective”. The movie is a great work of many people. I am looking for what’s next for Faction. I am very excited about your movie.

Play
READ THE STORY
Check Out Red Bull’s Full Film About the K2 Ski Descent
Up Next Ski

Check Out Red Bull’s Full Film About the K2 Ski Descent

Check Out Red Bull’s Full Film About the K2 Ski Descent

Exactly two years ago, on July 22, 2018, Polish ski mountaineer Andrzej Bargiel made history by becoming the first person to ski off the summit of K2. We’ve seen photos and short video clips from the adventure, but we’ve had to wait until today to finally see the full film and story of the first descent. It took Bargiel over 60 hours of solo climbing to reach the summit (sans supplemental oxygen) before he clicked into his skis and linked turns the whole way down. The feat put him on the map

Play
READ THE STORY
WNDR Alpine Drops New Algae-Based Vital 100 Backcountry Ski
Up Next Gear & Tech

WNDR Alpine Drops New Algae-Based Vital 100 Backcountry Ski

WNDR Alpine Drops New Algae-Based Vital 100 Backcountry Ski

Last winter, a new ski brand joined the fray with a special trick up their sleeve. WNDR Alpine was making high-performing, really fun backcountry skis using a totally new technology: algae-based composite cores. We got a chance to sit down with founder Matt Sterbenz (who you might remember being behind 4FRNT) last fall to learn about the technology in their original ski the Intention 110, and you can read more about that here. WNDR Alpine just released their second ski, the Vital 100, and

Play
READ THE STORY
VIDEO: Watch Finn Bilous’ Season Edit ‘Growing Pains’
Up Next Ski

VIDEO: Watch Finn Bilous’ Season Edit ‘Growing Pains’

VIDEO: Watch Finn Bilous’ Season Edit ‘Growing Pains’

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,