Progression and innovation is what drives us. Through years of evolution and rider driven design, Freebord has engineered a setup that rides exactly like a snowboard on pavement.
The Tetons are just one of those ultimate gathering places for the shred community – with unparalleled access to some of the best riding, deepest snow, and craziest lines in the world. In other words, there’s a reason so many pro snowboarders spend so much time here. This is Us In – a project put together by Cam Fitzpatrick and friends – presents an intimate look at that community in their upcoming feature film Coalescence. Featuring riding from @camfitzpatrick, @travisrice, @aaronhallenbeck,
Remember the “King Kong Pillow Line” Travis Rice broke the internet with last winter? Of course, you do; it’s impossible to forget. It turns out that line was part of a much bigger scout mission up in British Columbia for Rice’s Natural Selection tour. He was joined by Sierra Nevada athlete Robin Van Gyn, Austen Sweetin, and Blair Habenicht for a trip that was equal parts work and play. It’s safe to say that they found what they were looking for and
The plan was simple: drive around North America in an RV looking for the best stashes of snow. However, things quickly derailed for the Quiksilver team after their first stop at Mount Baker. Honestly, though, they should have seen this coming. Anyone who’s ridden there will say the same thing: it’s hard to leave. Rather than fight it, Travis Rice, Austen Sweetin, Mathieu Crepel, Bryan Fox, Griffin Siebert, and Miles Fallon hunkered down in the Baker parking lot making the best of their failed