Take a look at the teaser for the upcoming Celtek movie 'Nothing To Prove'.
Celtek have been in the snowboarding game for a long time now, and company founders Bjorn and Erik Leines are more than qualified to present us with their perspective on what snowboarding is all about to them and their team.
'Nothing To Prove' ditches the traditional rider part based movie format and instead focuses on what it's like to ride in two very different regions in the United States: Minnesota / The Midwest and Utah / The Rocky Mountains.
From slashing up powder to sliding through four kinks on a rail in Salt Lake City, Nothing to Prove will show us all the really important things about being a snowboarder: sharing experiences with friends and living the moment.
And with a truly stacked roster of riders featured, including Leines, Biittner, Grenier, Magoon, Merrill, Kokubo, Brisse and many, many more, 'Nothing To Prove' is shaping up to be a must-watch when it drops this fall.
Featured riders: Bjorn Leines, Krister Ralles, Aaron Biittner, Chris Grenier, Lucas Magoon, Sam Taxwood, Johnny Lazzareschi, Randy Vannurden, Cody Beiersdorf, Zac Marben, Erik Leines, Bode Merrill, Jeremy Jensen, Kazu Kokobu, Ted Borland, Brandon Hammid, Austin Young, Viktor Simco, Drew Poganski, Shane Ruprecht, Cale Zima, Ben Bilodeau, Griffen Siebert, Mark “Deadlung" Edlund, and Dan Brisse.
When Bjorn and Erik Leines decided to make a snowboard movie they wanted to do something different. Instead of rider parts you'll uncover what riding is like in two distinctive locations; Minnesota / The Midwest and UT / The Rocky Mountains. Nothing to Prove will show you what it's like to ride with your friends and support them whether they are doing a mellow powder turn or airing over a 5 story roof-to-roof gap. Hi-Fives, hangouts, hospital visits and sessions all have one thing in common..community. It was only natural that Erik and Bjorn called on the CELTEK team to ride with and be featured throughout this movie. Check this teaser and get stoked for a full On-line release this fall.