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Vans Announces First Ever Full-Length Snowboard Film ‘Landline’

Vans has become one of the most respected action sports brands in the world. From pioneering skate culture and shoewear in the 1960's to now rocking one of the most stacked rosters in snowboarding, everyone wishes they could get on the team. 

Vans proudly presents the brands first ever full-length film, Landline. Directed by Tanner Pendleton and shot primarily on Kodak 16mm film, the film gives you a raw look at the Vans team traveling the world filming everywhere from Bulgaria to Russia to Canada. From up-and-comers to certified legends featuring the likes of Pat Moore, Brian Iguchi, Blake Paul and Hana Beaman, Landline is sure to be an instant classic. 

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Blast From the Past: This 1985 Newscast of Skiers Hating on Snowboarders is Absurd
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Blast From the Past: This 1985 Newscast of Skiers Hating on Snowboarders is Absurd

Blast From the Past: This 1985 Newscast of Skiers Hating on Snowboarders is Absurd

It's pretty crazy to see a bit of what it was like to be a snowboarder back in the day, before it was fully 'accepted' as a respected snowsports discipline (at least in Canada...). And now, how far it has come.  RELATED: The Most Challenging Line Jeremy Jones has Ever Ridden The sport has progressed from being an activity that, according to this newscast, was performed by "a bunch of smart alecs lipping off" to being a valued sport practiced by some of the best athletes in the world (who,

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Snowboarder Jumps Through Ring of Fire, Does Not Make it
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Snowboarder Jumps Through Ring of Fire, Does Not Make it

Snowboarder Jumps Through Ring of Fire, Does Not Make it

Details are unclear as to where this is, but after about a dozen skiers styled their airs through a huge hoop of fire, a rogue snowboarder got pretty fired up to try it too. In most cases like this, speed is definitely your friend, but that didn’t matter to the snowboarder, who managed to not only crash into the hoop, but send it tumbling downhill behind him. As Johnny Cash once said: I fell into a burning ring of fire, I went down, down, down, And the flames went higher, And it burns, burns,

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Watch: Snowboarder Biffs it, Still Outruns Avalanche
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Watch: Snowboarder Biffs it, Still Outruns Avalanche

Watch: Snowboarder Biffs it, Still Outruns Avalanche

Typically, when we post videos of avalanches, they're of the "Oh, shit, that thing is so big it's jaw-dropping variety." But that's not what we have here. Instead, the slide shown in the Instagram post shared by longtime pro and YES. Snowboards founder David Carrier Porcheron is relatively small in size, but still dangerous nonetheless. "The other day was super fun," DCP captioned the above video. "On my third lap on same slope, I released a little slab that followed me down the mountain,