Scotty Whitlake’s part in Happy Hour really stood out. With huge handrails, punk outerwear and that horrific knuckle slam. Add in some oi punk soundtrack and you have all the makings of a legendary part.
They Came From, by Factor Films was Haldor’s breakthrough part and set him on the path for future stardom. Whilst some of his wardrobe was questionable back then, his tricks were on point.
Forum’s second full team release True Life was groundbreaking when it came out in 2002. Chris Dufficy had this incredible and now iconic opener part and this must be one of the most loved sections of all time.
Robot Food’s Afterbang, is a firm candidate for one of the most popular movies of all time and Jussi Oksanen’s stand out part got the whole world throwing butters.
Sending postive vibes to Noah Salasnek who is currently fighting stage 4 cancer. This part from 1992 saw Noah take his skate tricks to the snow and the truck base pro model is one of the most recognisable and collectable of all time.
The mid nineties were considered by many to be the golden years of snowboarding. To educate some of the youth, we are throwing it back to 1996, a time when riders rode contests along with filming video parts, videos came in vhs and Daniel Franck’s talents shone brightly.