Jack Wiley, the young ripper out of Jackson Hole, just released a very comprehensive 2017 season edit. Wiley covers all the bases from riding creative urban spots, cliff drops, backcountry booters and more. Not to mention Wiley sent a couple of pristine doubles, and the epic sunset backdrop didn't hurt the eyes either. Unfortunately, Jack ended his season with a pretty rough knee injury. Hoping the best, and we'll surely be seeing more quality snowboarding out of this youngster!
The North Face released its 2018 snow team edit on Monday, and the clip–titled "A Love Letter to Winter"–is two-plus minutes of pure big-mountain bliss. With an absolutely stacked roster to choose from, The North Face called on a few familiar TGR faces like Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Angel and Johnny Collinson to help fill out the segment, which it set to a saccharine piano instrumental of The Pixies' hit "Where is My Mind?" The edit is a delight from start-to-finish, but for our money,
There’s an old saying, “You can’t be what you can’t see.” Within the realm of action sports we’ve seen this played out far too often, with gender equity being starkly out of balance in film and photography. In addition to their Force of Nature Campaign, REI conducted a study with a troubling response: 63% of women and girls said they could not think of an outdoor female role model.RELATED: HOW HADLEY HAMMER FOLLOWED HER DREAM TO BECOME A PRO SKIER We can do better. As an action sports
Teton Gravity Research is proud to announce the 2018 edition of our annual Grom Comp is underway, and we're looking for the next up-and-coming ski/snowboard star and hoping you have what it takes to join the ranks of past winners like Parkin Costain, Max Meza and Seth Klein. You can read up on the rules over at the Grom Comp homepage, but they're exceedingly simple. So long as you were under the age of 18 on March 21, 2018, start stacking up your clips, put together the best edit you can