Videopostin

07 Mar 2012

Two flicks for you today. First is Mr. Oli Weisner’s very own and very first edit. Footage is from about a month ago, Snowpark Oberammergau had a sweet setup but was so cold and hard that there wasn’t more but a little cruising to be done and afterwards we headed out to do some hiking.

 

Second is our homie Hennessee who’s made a little edit of his shredding for your viewing pleasure. Some crazy spinnage in there for sure… Big up, Hansi!

 

Oldschool rappin

10 Feb 2012

With everybody using music videos und oldschool music in their edits, we didn’t want to be left out. We even went one step further and actually participated in the music video as well, watch out for our guest appeareance!

The CABIN.

17 Jan 2012

How much is it worth having a good friend whose parents are in possession of a little piece of paradise? If you’ve got the splitboard and the other equipment to get there, it’s pretty much invaluable. Finally put the splitty to the test, that Geco and me built last season. Works perfectly! Video documentation coming soon!

Simon and Domi training for the 2014 Slopestyle Olympics… http://www.snowpark-oberammergau.de

Simon has a “Mixtape” over at MassiveMoves.com with some insights on his taste in music. You can’t argue about taste, but you can sure as hell have or not have one ;) Thanks to Lukas from BLV/NTHNG for this one!

Schwiiiz, Züüüüri

28 Oct 2011

On the weekend of the 22nd and 23rd October, the Rhino Jam took place just outside of Zurich. Also, the national elections were held in Switzerland on that weekend. When the election poster of a country’s most popular party says something like “Stop mass immigration!” you know you must either be in Hungary or outside the European Union. The Swiss are different from us, they think differently, they speak differently and they pay a LOT more money for everything. Goddamn it’s expensive over there. However, they also know damn well how to organize a rail contest and how to shape a setup that is – before everything – rideable. In fact, it was not only rideable but a damn blast to be shredding that thing! I seriously haven’t seen rails built so well in any park for the last couple years. Maybe that’s because I’ve never been to Grasgehren last season or to Laax, which is where the rails and the shaper were from.

But you’re getting my point, it was a sick setup. Andi ofadapd distribution have done an exceptional job with this event and on behalf of everybody, I want to thank them again!

Oli Weisner, Marco Rinke, Stephan Ruchte, Joel Spori and Simon Reichel all made their way out there, Joel was kind enough to accomodate us in Zurich and the back-broken Ninni played her role of team-mum quite fabulously. It was a killer weekend! Enjoy the edit.

 

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