For some, the sport is the end goal. For others, it's how they find inspiration to be artists, advocates, mentors, or whatever it is that drives their passion. Fabric, a five-part documentary series, seeks to highlight women surfers, skaters, and snowboarders in what it is in their sport makes them who they are outside that sport. Featuring snowboarders and visual artists like Hannah Eddy and Jessa Gilbert, the activists and advocates of Textured Waves, Natural Selection winner Robin Van Gyn, and many more, the film promises to tell unique stories of incredible female athletes. The full series premieres this fall, but the teaser provides a glimpse into what promises to be a phenomenal series.
When you're one of the best kayakers in the world, you have get a little creative when it comes to pushing the sport. The Catalan paddler Aniol Serrasolses has been doing just this while hunkered down in Chile for most of 2020. After landing a trick he dubbed the "Cobra Flip" last year, it became pretty clear that whatever Aniol did next was going to be nuts. We've seen all those snow kayaking videos that circle around social media every winter, but Aniol pushes it to next level by launching
Every year come spring, we love to see some of the world’s best freestyle riders get together atop a glacier in the Alps to ski and ride a custom-built terrain park that’s straight from their wildest dreams. The 2021 Audi Nines presented by Falken is officially underway in snowy Crans-Montana, Valais, Switzerland, and the course looks absolutely insane! Check out a POV preview of the course with Halldór Helgason, Jesper Tjäder, Boris Mouton, and Nico Porteous. Over the next few days, we’ll be
The key factor that will always make or break a trip is the people. Not everyone is willing to pile into a smelly van and spend long days on the road in search of pow days, pillows, and big lines. But the folks who are into that kind of cup of tea are certainly the ones worth having around. Just use the Lodge Boys as an example. They’re a group of friends bonded together simply by the act of snowboarding. They’re known in the Pacific Northwest for their high energy and infectious stoke, and