Online editor Sam Oetiker has been lurking at skateparks and snaking lift lines for the best part of 13 years and is currently finalising plans to make snowboarding the national sport of Uzbekistan (no no, seriously). After three winters spent instructing snowboarding, zeaching rails, tomahawking in powder and overshooting jumps in Whistler/Australia, Sam joined Whitelines Snowboard Mag in the UK before moving out to Munich (better beer + much closer to the mountains = winning) to write, shoot photos/videos and edit for Onboard.
There's nothing 'am' about these guy's snowboarding. Introducing the future of street snowboarding.
The Vans Penken Park is in top shape right now!
Now this is what we call a powder edit!
The Deeluxe crew take it back to nature and explore the crossroads between Austria, Switzerland and Italy
Download this sick Victor de le Rue wallpaper for your desktop below.
Austrian rail surgeon David Struber dissects some steel and cranks it up to 9 in his full part from 'Connect the Dots!'
Check out this amazing commercial from 1979 that represents one of the earliest appearances of snowboarding in the mainstream media.
Marko Grilc, Zak Hale, Ethan Morgan and Sage Kotsenburg head to war-scarred Bosnia
A new goggle concept which promises to beam games, navigation info and more, directly onto your field of view inside your goggles.
New park-edit series from The Station Nesselwang
Dylan Norder's wins an iON camera for his Top to Bottom entry run for January
A flurry of hammers from the Helgasons, Oestreng, Backstrom and Sandbech
Hitting trees at full speed is never a good time
Watch the top 5 runs from the men's halfpipe finals at the Burton European Open
Watch the official recap edit from the 2015 Burton European Open slopestyle finals
Roope Tonteri sent us over this heavy Top to Bottom run from Keystone, featuring 12 bolts-as-they-come tricks through Keystone’s pantheon-sized park. As a staple in...
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