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This Week in Snowboarding

Now that it is Friday afternoon you really should stop worrying about anything work or school related. But as you might be too lazy to go back and check what you missed out on this week you have the feeling there’s not enough new stuff to check out. Are you sure? Here’s some highlights from this week’s snowboarding drawn from our site and the wilds of the internet:


The Helgasons release a teaser for their Superpark movie contest entry, Color Poppin’, including Halldor’s insane knuckle springer at the end. Awesome. Also, Californian brand Comune puzzle the snoboarding and art worlds equally with their first movie teaser. Controversial. In other news Jake Olson Elm dislocates his arm.


We receive footage of Nils Arvidsson attempting a triple cork. Commotion release their “lovely happy-sounding” teaser, featuring Danny Davis, Luke Mitrani, Shane Pospisil and many more. VAS Entertainment releases the Jeremy Jones‘ flick Deeper teaser. Also, in other groundbreaking news Cobra Dogs now accept credit cards.


On Wednesday we learn the NZ Open dates, the Homies Crew shreds Kingvale, and Airblaster seems to be a cool place to work. The Ästhetiker recycle some old Jib-Vid footage, and BozWreck is keeping it real.


Eero Ettala sends us a season recap, Dave Lombardo gets involved in the 9191 soundtrack, Seth Hout is in pain, some weirdos dance on snow, and last but not least Process Films release their Arctic Challenge edit!


Comune release their second, uhm… teaser, Marc Swoboda waves to his mummy, Gigi Rüf claims the Exposure-Meter-Title and Burton welcomes skiers to their official videos.

Have a great weekend everyone!


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