Posted Jan. 15, 2013
When you’re a snowboarder, you can appreciate other snowboarders who just have it. Guys who have the style, and finesse that you just want to have. Not everyone has it though, and you certainly can’t try and copy it. Guys like Benji Ritchie, Nicolas Muller, and Terje Haakonsen are who we emulate, and respect. They are what some people might call legends. Check out these photos, and see what we are talking about. - via twsnow.com.
Posted Jan. 14, 2013
Our good buddy Pat Moore is competing in the X Games Real Snow contest. Eight of the world's best urban snowboarders have submitted 60-second video parts for a shot at X Games gold. The medal will be awarded by a panel of judges, but the winner of the Fan Favorite will be decided by us! Please help push Pat to the top, he kills it on some next level jib isht Watch the videos here and VOTE!
Posted Jan. 10, 2013
Carlsbad, CA— Over 100 of snowboarding's biggest pros voted on the best riders, video parts, and performances of the year for the 14th annual TransWorld SNOWboarding Riders' Poll Awards presented by New Era and the results are in. To see who wins, join us on Friday, February 1st at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado for the biggest night in snowboarding. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. For those who ...
Posted Jan. 10, 2013
COPPER MOUNTAIN, CO (Jan. 9) – The Sprint U.S. Grand Prix opened its 17th season with slopestyle qualifiers at Copper Mountain today. The newly added Olympic sport of slopestyle snowboarding saw over 100 athletes from 37 countries at the first domestic FIS World Cup of the year and 5Star World Snowboard Tour event. Fan favorites Chas Guldemond (Reno, NV) and Eric Willett (Breckenridge, CO) both made it to finals, that takes place on Friday. The weekend will be televised on ...
Posted Jan. 9, 2013
More photos from Darrell Mathes and the Videograss gang in Nebraska as they continue to slay rails and wreck shop in the Midwest. With a crew like Darrell, Zac Marben, Jake OE, Joey Sexton and Nick Dirks, you know some serious isht is going down. Looks like they're keeping the action under wraps for now, but there's some sweet lifestyle shots from Mr. Mathes here. Hey Darrell, you're gettin' pretty good at this whole photography thing... Check ...
Posted Jan. 7, 2013
Darrell Mathes and the Videograss crew are back at it, this time trading the foreign streets of Helsinki, Finland for the familiar landscape of Omaha, Nebraska. Darrell, Jake OE, Joey Sexton and the rest of the squad are out there doing work, and Darrell is posting updates on the howlsupply.com. Check in regularly to see what the boys are up to as they film for the new Videograss movie all winter long.
Posted Jan. 5, 2013
Cheryl flying hiiigh above the Kitzsteinhorn – photo: Marcus Rohrbacher/Nitro Our first interview partner of the brand new year is none lesser than European trail blazer Cheryl Maas, who used the holidays to heal her ACL and enjoy some family life Interview by Anna Langer Hey Cheryl, where did you spend the holidays? I spent the holidays in Kongsberg, Norway with Stine’s family. Do you enjoy the festive season? I do enjoy it. It’s nice to be with ...
Posted Jan. 4, 2013
Join us as we unveil our second Canadian edition of the Vans Hi-Standard Series in collaboration with Snowboard Canada. This big air contest features riders judged on their individual style and no rotations over 720 are permitted. We're rewarding creativity and self-expression in these events ... the VANS way. It’s pretty simple: the more style and trick variety you have, the more you get paid. Each stylish manoeuvre will get you cash on the spot! The event will also ...
Posted Jan. 2, 2013
Snowboarder Magazine's New Year's High Resolution continues to feature Vans Team Riders, a payoff for all their hard work in 2012. This time it's Hana Beaman with another shot from the infamous Mt. Baker road gap. Hana stepped up to this bad bot while filming for her "P.S." web series. You can also check out the full video Intervals which has footage of this jump and many others that Hana slayed last winter .
Posted Jan. 1, 2013
Two of the most legendary dudes to ever strap in are sharing one part that will blow your mind. Throughout the nineties and the turn of the millennium, Bryan Iguchi and Jamie Lynn led the freestyle charge as they paved the way for progression in the park and off the piste. Now, a decade after their dominance, they're about to show you that they've still got it. From Guch's gigantic back sevens off of four story drops ...