Articles Tagged: powder-rails

Powder and Rails – US Open Part 1

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Powder and Rails – US Open Part 1

This coming weekend, March 5th-11th, marks the 30th anniversary of the Burton US Open. The good people at Vice just released Part 1 of the Powder and Rails series on the event. Tons of great history, and some interviews featuring Snowboarder Magazine staffers Pat Bridges and Tom Monterosso.

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Powder & Rails: Standard Films Part 3

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Powder & Rails: Standard Films Part 3

In part three of "Powder & Rails" look at Standard Films, instead of letting a broken hip and a snapped femur end his snowboarding career in 1994, Dave Hatchett, under the guidance of brother Mike, picks up a 16mm camera and gets behind the lens for the 1995 season. Stay tuned for more.

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Powder & Rails: Standard Films Part 2

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Powder & Rails: Standard Films Part 2

In part two of Powder & Rails' look at Standard Films, we hit rewind on TB3 to TB5 where we get to see still fresh tracks laid by Johan Oloffson, Noah Salasnek, and Dave Hatchett knocking out Alaskan first descents that paved the way for the big mountain boarding that's followed. The episode gets dirty with the worst crashes of the last 20 years.

Catch Part 1 Here

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Win-a-Board Powder & Rails Facebook Contest

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Win-a-Board Powder & Rails Facebook Contest

Love Powder & Rails? Want to win a free board of your choice from the folks at Burton? If you answered yes (and I hope you did) then you are going to love the FIRST EVER Powder & Rails Contest. How do I win you ask? Easy! We want to see you design your own snowboard using the assets we provided plus whatever the hell else you want to, lay it out on the template and email it back to us. But we want to see you interpret our snowboarding show in your board design!

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Pure Juice: Tom Sims Powder & Rails

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Pure Juice: Tom Sims Powder & Rails

VBS is back with another installment of their oral history of snowboarding, Powder & Rails. These episodes are dedicated to Tom Sims who is widely acknowledged as the Johnny Appleshred of West Coast riding.

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