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No One Knows: The Movie

Almo Film videographers stalked Victor de la Rue, Mathieu Crepel, Laurent Duhalde, and a handful of elite French pros across the world.

From backcountry lines in the Japanese Alps to street riding in Norway, this crew does it all in one season. They're also hilarious. Sticking their faces into roadside snowbanks as they drive. Commenting on how bowel movements improve air time. Making fun of Victor Daviet's pre-drop routines (which is full of weird hand signals). If you only have a quick lunch break, enjoy a pow-slashing good time with "No One Knows."

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FWT’s ‘Verbier Xtreme 1996’ is a Vintage Masterpiece
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FWT’s ‘Verbier Xtreme 1996’ is a Vintage Masterpiece

FWT’s ‘Verbier Xtreme 1996’ is a Vintage Masterpiece

The year was 1996. Bill Clinton was President, Tupac was alive and well, and Steve and Todd Jones were hard at work on TGR's first film. "Freeriding" as we know it today was the near-exclusive domain of snowboarders, but was rapidly gaining popularity thanks to one-plankers like Matt Goodwill, Mike "Tex" Davenport, and Steve Klassen. Inspired by Alaska's legendary King of the Hill big-mountain-freeride competition, organizers dreamed up a similar event to be held in the iconic Swiss

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K2 Channels ‘90s Angst with Sean Pettit Park Session
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K2 Channels ‘90s Angst with Sean Pettit Park Session

K2 Channels ‘90s Angst with Sean Pettit Park Session

Oh the ‘90s. It was the decade of Doc Martens, frosted tips, Tamagotchi pets, and the glory days of snowboarding. The sport was coming into its own and thrived by being a scrappy subculture that didn’t play by the rules. Hip hop and grunge reigned supreme during these angsty teenage years, and park laps at resorts like Big Bear Mountain were all the rage. K2 decided to pay tribute to these formative years with Sean Pettit, Bar Dadon, and Jayell White on a vintage board set up. It’s giving us

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The Yawgoons Keep it Weird in Their Freshest Snowboard Edit
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The Yawgoons Keep it Weird in Their Freshest Snowboard Edit

The Yawgoons Keep it Weird in Their Freshest Snowboard Edit

Creativity knows no bounds in the world of the Yawgoons. The rowdy Rhode Island-based crew of snowboarders sure makes the most of the legendary slopes of Yawgoo Valley, the state’s only ski and snowboard resort. Their mission? Keeping it real in a world filled with hype. In their own words: “The Yawgoons are present day masters of making due with what you have and living examples of the fact that working class snowboarding is not dead. They are regular people that you could meet any day in