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Throwback: Robin Van Gyn Shreds Pillows, Spines, and Chutes

Released in 2016, Full Moon is one of the only, if not the only snowboard film entirely produced, directed by, and starring women. Shot on location in Alaska and the Canadian Rockies, it aims to document the past, present, and future of women's snowboarding (as of 2016). With an all-star cast including Hana Beaman, Leanne Pelosi, Robin Van Gyn, Kimmy Fasani, and Elena Hight, it's a must-watch for fans of women's snowboarding—or snowsports in general.

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Robin Van Gyn's segment is one of the film's finest, showcasing her ability to fearlessly charge in the gnarliest of conditions. Look for her in TGR's Winterland, alongside Angel Collinson, Elyse Saugstad, Hadley Hammer, and Christina Lustenberger.

Was the 4 minutes and 20 seconds time of the video just coincidence?

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Watch The Official Winterland Trailer
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Watch The Official Winterland Trailer

Watch The Official Winterland Trailer

Teton Gravity Research is proud to present the fruits of an epic winter with the release of our 2019 ski and snowboard feature film: . For tour dates, tickets, and more information on the film, check here. Winterland is a celebration of ski and snowboard culture. Today's mountain athletes can only stand as tall as those who came before, these pirates of the past, who followed their own joy and passions. This story of adventure and passion is far from over, as a new crop of modern-day pioneers

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Video: Travis Rice’s Mid-Eclipse Kicker Session
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Video: Travis Rice’s Mid-Eclipse Kicker Session

Video: Travis Rice’s Mid-Eclipse Kicker Session

On July 2nd, 2019, there was a total solar eclipse visible from parts of South America. For most people, simply witnessing such a dramatic astronomic event is good enough. Travis Rice isn't most people, so he headed to Chile to try and capture a mid-totality action shot high in the Andes. RELATED: Ståle Sandbech and Friends Get Sendy in NZ View this post on Instagram Standing at 13.5 thousand feet with @slashdiaz watching the sun disappear up here in Chile was

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Mark Carter: Why Wyoming Will Always Feel Like Home
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Mark Carter: Why Wyoming Will Always Feel Like Home

Mark Carter: Why Wyoming Will Always Feel Like Home

Is there ever too much of a good thing? Mark Carter would argue no, at least when it comes to being in Jackson, Wyoming for the winter. He’s been snowboarding in these mountains since 2002 and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon. Sure, snowboarding has been a way for him to explore the world, but nothing seems to top his own backyard—especially when the conditions are off the charts. Aside from two quick trips to Europe, Mark was pretty much hunkered down in Wyoming all winter watching the