After 12 months on the road, Ozzy Henning has had one hell of a year. Check out the full recap of where he went and the footage he stacked.
12 Months have flown by and October is the final installment of this year long project. Since the Alps were opening rope tows and lifts, the original crew that started it all took off to Austria in search of freshly groomed parks and Après every day.
Stale Sandbech, Len Jorgensen and Alek Ostreng have been riding together for years and pumping out some unbelievable edits. This year they recapped their crazy season of traveling and having a blast in parks around the world. Their riding makes you want to hit the park and have some fun with friends – Just a crew of homies sending it over some huge hits.
Derrek Lever spent last season filming for Keep The Change’s new film, Roll Call. He was able to stack some serious footy and put together one hell of a sophomore showing . Sit back and enjoy this one… It’ll make you want to grab some friends and hit the streets.
Nailing that one trick for a snowboard movie takes a lot of work. Go behind the scenes with the Deja Vu crew to see exactly what goes into getting that perfect shot in Finland.
After filming all last season for Take It Easy, Ian Hart’s full part from the movie just dropped. With creativity and style for days, Ian’s riding will be something to watch for years to come.
Watching a snowboard edit should make you want to go snowboarding. Thomas Delfino’s full part will definitely do the trick. His effortless style and versatility couldn’t be more apparent. Take a minute to watch – you’ll be glad you did.
It’s pretty apparent that Angus Leith has just been sending it. Between shredding abandoned houses and electric fences, the guy really has no regard for safety and we back it. Watch his season edit right here!
Ian Boll filmed what many are referring to as his breakout video part for Keep the Change’s film Roll Call. See it for yourself right here.