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CELTEK: ‘Nothing To Prove’ Part Two

We’re beyond hyped to bring you the second and final part of Celtek’s new team movie ‘Nothing To Prove’. Part two sees the crew head to Utah for some heavy hitting backcountry and park snowboarding.

After getting their fill of street snowboarding in Minnesota and Salt Lake City in part one, the Celtek clan head up to the hills of Utah for some park and backcountry ripping.

After hooking up in Park City with Chris Grenier, Sam Taxwood and Griffin Siebert, the guys hit up the park while waiting for a storm to roll in and deliver the goods. After that it’s all about sending it deep in the Utah backcountry with Bjorn Leines stepping up after his injury to throw down some of the biggest hits along with Aaron Biittner, Randy Vannurden and Krister Ralles.

After that it was on to the Lib Tech Holy Bowly where the crew met up with the vast majority of the North American snowboard community for some super fun carving, handplanting and more in one of the sickest events of the year.

Finally, Bjorn Leines,¬†Chris Grenier,¬†Aaron Biittner, and Krister Ralles wrap it all up with some more stellar backcountry riding. It’s great to see a guy like Chris Grenier send it so hard on terrain that he’s less used to riding and we could watch Biittner snowboard all day, every day. Dude’s got incredible style.

Stay tuned for Aaron Biittner’s full part dropping right here at Onboardmag.com next week.

WATCH MORE: Nothing To Prove Part One

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