Tag: backcountry

Shred Bots: Full Part, Andreas Wiig

Andreas Wiig is like a fine wine that only gets better with age. In this explosive, full backcountry part from Shred Bots, see for yourself that Andreas shows no sign of slowing down yet.

Grilosodes: EP06 Austrian Backcountry Kickers

In this episode of the Grilosodes, Grilo heads to the Austrian backcountry with Werni Stock, Seppe Smits and Mitja Kodric. Austria has been getting good snow this season and this team take full advantage.

Full Part: Victor Daviet 2014

France’s up and comer Victor Daviet has just released his season edit from 2014. Not one to shy away from gnarly lines and big backcountry booters, watch to see why Victor is a name for the future.

Introspect: Wolle Nyvelt

We were sleeping on this one but it’s well worth reposting. Wolle Nyvelt is pushing the sport in new directions with his Asmo, a surf dervied noboard without bindings. Here Wolle shows us through his factory and talks us through the beginnings of the Asmo.

Burton Presents: Kimmy Fasani

Kimmy got pretty broken off a few years back and this edit shows us the long process of her rehabilitation. It looks like it more than paid off though, as Kimmy appears to be riding stronger than ever before. Watch here as Fasani charges in this full backcountry edit.

Full Part: Boyz’ N Toyz, Tom Klocker

The boys from The Zillertal are on fire this year, we’ve already had a full backcountry part from Mario Wanger and now it’s time for Tom Klocker to enter the spotlight. Tom’s now focussing his energy on backcountry and that seems to have been a wise move as this part is legit. Film and edit by Matthias Reich.

Burton Presents Mikey Rencz And Jussi Oksanen

Here we are with the first part of Burton’s Presents, and we head straight to the backcountry with icons Jussi Oksanen and Mikey Rencz. These two have been pushing the limits of backcountry for time, so it seems fitting that they get the first part of a much anticipated web series. This edit is sick and will make you wish it was dumping outside right now.

Jeremy Jones Test Run At 19,000 Feet

Freeride Jeremy Jones works harder than anyone to get some of that white gold and in this edit he travels up to 19,000 feet in Nepal to get it. This is well worth a watch and just a snippet of his upcoming release “Higher”