Our favourite Women’s snowboards of the year, as chosen by the Whitelines Team
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An introduction to Polish street riding If you’ve ever wondered what street snowboarding looks like on the streets of Poland, a bunch of rad Polish guys have just put together their latest edit showcasing what Polish street riding is all about. “The introduction takes place in the streets of Poland gathering one of the best […]
Chilling helmet cam footage from Loveland Pass Last week a snowboarder had a lucky escape after being caught in an avalanche in Colorado. Maurice Kervin and a friend hiked two hours to No Name Peak, above Loveland Ski Area to try and score a line. “It’s more important than ever to have some restraint and […]
Never-before-seen highlights from the wildest comp in snowboarding, plus exclusive interviews with the athletes Jackson Hole Resort have just dropped their 2020 Kings and Queens of Corbet’s edit, with stacks of never before seen footage, behind the scenes sneak peeks, and a bunch of rider interviews. “Sure, laying down a clean triple cork at a […]
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Massive congrats to a well known SBC favourite snowboarder, Jesse Millen! This long time Whistler pro is now officially signed by Prior Snowboards with some big things in the works. How better to learn the nitty-gritty than with a podcast by the one and only Ryan Proctor. ABOUT JESSE MILLEN’S PRO MODEL SNOWBOARD Right now, […]
Let’s be honest with ourselves, Big Air is a stupid name. Yesterday, on the evening of January 11th, television hit its peak for the year*. Four mad bastards appeared on BBC and kicked everything we presumed to know about snowboarding right in the genitals. For a bit of background info, University Challenge is a British […]
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French Snowboarder Camille Armand Announced as a Season Wildcard for the 2021 Freeride World Tour Former Freeride World Tour (FWT) elite snowboarder Camille Armand (FRA) is set to return to the world stage after receiving a wildcard for the 2021 FWT. Check out what FWT had to say about the big news in their official […]
We sat down with Gigi Rüf to talk Freeride World Tour, Slash Snowboards and his upcoming movie project together with Pirate Prodoction, ‘Driven’ Photo Above: Gigi Rüf, @freerideworldtour/©JBERNARD Gigi Rüf has probably had one of the most successful careers in the history of snowboarding – one that we can’t see ending any time soon either. […]
Although outdated in some senses, there are few film stocks that capture the fun-loving vibe of snowboarding better than that of the Super 8. Footage filmed on these cameras feel instantly nostalgic, even if it was only shot several months prior. See for yourself in “Super 8 Journal – Japan 2020,” an adventurous edit consisting […]
Our friends over at Absinthe Films just released the second episode of “Mountain Minded,” a web series highlighting the importance of being prepared and mitigating danger in the backcountry. In this episode we see footage of Pat Moore and skier/snowmobiler Dan Treadway getting caught in unexpected slides, and hear from them and Jeff Pensiero on […]
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Victor goes back to basics, showcasing the simple beauty of the carve. Victor Daviet is setting the mood for 2021, coming through with the good vibes by dropping Volume 1 of his new video series ‘DVD Videos’ (#Daviet Victor Digital Videos). Ripping up Glacier 3000 in Switzerland, Victor collaborated with long-time friend and drone FPV […]
Mathieu Crepel and the snow product manager at Quiksilver, Thomas Bourgault, talk sustainability Over the last few decades, we’ve witnessed a shift in general consumption patterns, especially when it comes to retail. After the Second World War, the Western world moved from poverty to an era of fast fashion, one that would result in a […]
Parents! Are you pulling your hair out trying to keep you kids busy this winter? This Sunday bring your kids to the Col du Corbier magic carpet for FREE beginner & improver level kids snowboard lessons with our awesome MINT instructors. The Kids Club Sunday Sessions for beginners & improvers starts on Sunday 17th…
Travis shows off the latest addition to the pod Thank fuck for that, 2021 is well and truly starting with a bang! Last week the people’s champion Travis Rice came through with some last-minute holiday cheer, Travis took to Instagram to tease the super imminent, super limited mid-season drop of Lib Tech’s brand-new Orca Split. […]
Is the Vermont brand’s latest line of boards, boots and bindings the antidote to 2020? (Above: Stale Sandbech, PC Gimbal God) In the world of snowboard gear over the years, we’ve witnessed many a boiled frog. Essentially, a plucky upstart company sets out its stall with an easy-to-digest product line, but over time, things get […]
With plenty of features set up in the park at the Summit at Snoqualmie, WA, the mountains’ regulars got to work. Kevin Nolan was there to capture the early season shredding, and he put together a strong edit to start off season two of the Summit Sessions series. Riders: Matteo Soltane, Josh Nucci, Brendan Sullivan, […]
🚨 CONTEST ALERT 🚨 In honour of Avalanche Canada‘s annual Canuck Splitfest being held virtually this year, we’re hosting a Nationwide splitboarding photo contest. Tag us (@snowboardcanada) in your favourite splitboarding photo + our editor @abbydells and a winner will be chosen on January 10th! What does the winner get?! Some serious splitboarding SWAG + […]
“We got one day in, and I was like, what did I just sign up for?” In 2018, Elena Hight was having a moment. Opportunity had knocked in the form of Jeremy Jones picking her to accompany him on the trip of a lifetime; a nine-day, splitboard-powered tour of California’s Sierra Mountains. While she had […]
The Swiss rider shares lessons learned from last season’s avalanche Swiss rider and Jones Snowboards athlete Mat Schaer recently posted a video to his Instagram, which shows him getting caught out in a massive avalanche. He posted the video with a detailed caption, highlighting the ever-present risks of riding backcountry and the lessons he learned […]
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One man’s junk is another man’s jam, or jib, as we see here. Early season in Brighton, UT usually means numerous Bone Zone sessions, but with COVID-19 keeping those at bay, the locals had to find alternatives with their tighter knit circles. Ben Littler just sent over this video of he and his buddies making […]
We visit Sven Thorgren´s personal backyard rope tow snowboard park Well, 2020 has undoubtedly been the year of staying home, everyone spent their time a little differently- some people did jigsaw puzzles, some got into baking, most of us just ate cheetos and got fat, but Swedish ripper Sven Thorgren did things a little differently. […]
You win some, you lose some. Ideas are like buttholes, everybody’s got ‘em and they usually fucking reek. But every once in a while, you come across one that’s so monumentally caked in shite that it’d take a team of experts a week working round the clock to chip away at the mess of excrement […]
Together with Nidecker, Tim Humphreys drops his full part for 2020 Just in time for Christmas, Santa’s brought us Tim Humphreys full part for 2020. Tim shows takes us for a spin in his ‘backyard’, as the edit is almost exclusively filmed in his home town of Truckee, California. Five minutes of backcountry lines and […]
From the mountains to snowboard design, the backcountry legend continues to break new ground As the world’s most famous freerider, the founder of a successful snowboard company and a tireless environmental campaigner, Jeremy Jones needs little introduction. He’s a man who has seen as much as anybody in over two decades of mountain exploration, so […]
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