No two-ways about it, Ted Borland’s new Think Thank ‘Almanac’ part is one of the sickest things we’ve watched in a long time. Buttery goodness from the big friendly giant.
Ted Borland‘s approach to riding his snowboard is as refreshing as it is technical, combining his tall guy style with calculated tricks and boundless creativity.
Ted’s new Think Thank part in ‘Almanac’ is one big, juicy, goumet feat to tuck into and is filled with the kind of tricks that get stuck on repeat and end up in end-of-year lists.
From his huge tailpress combo at 2.16 to his brilliantly creative backcountry step up line at 2.38, there are more highlights here than we could ever mention. Do yourself a favour and check it out, this is one part you simply cannot afford to miss.
A severe Borland is imminent, please be advised. Ted Borland’s big smooth style is expected to blanket the middle western states and much of the eastern seaboard with next level technical snowboarding and a natural flow like the Merrimack River. With an epicenter of Salt Lake City Utah, Borland’s global effects will be felt from the peaks of The Summit at Snoqualmie to the shores of Maine. Don’t venture outdoors without being fully aware of the Borland in your area. Then only when the fires of creative snowboarding are fully stoked and raging should you go shred.