These images were shot by Robert Bösch over the last few years for Mammut, to showcase their range of hardy clothing and sports equipment. The most recent, taken in September 2014, celebrates 150 years since the first ascent of the Matterhorn Sixty Mammut employees sleep surrounded by ice, wind and snow at 2,700 metres, to test Mammut’s newest sleeping bags. A team of mountain guides assembled on a narrow ledge for a Mammut boot test event high above the Furka […]
2 video’s Why does snow always need to be white? Nicolas and Loris Falquet, brothers and Mammut pro freeriders, turned a fundamental winter concept on its head. Together with the photographer Jeremy Bernard, countless colored pigments and a futuristic atomizer, they achieved a rare feat: ski images unlike any the world has ever seen. Credits: Riders: Nicolas & Loris Falquet Jérémie Heitz Director and editor: Nicolas Falquet Cameramen: Nicolas & Loris Falquet Guido Perrini Joelle Aerni Photos: Jeremy Bernhard Music: […]
Swatch Degrees North by The North Face – Trailer In March, Xavier de le Rue and Samuel Anthamatten travelled to Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, situated halfway between continental Norway and the North Pole to film the next mission, ‘Degrees North’. The idea was for Xavier and Samuel to use paramotors to access and ride incredible lines, never before ridden in the remote locations of the Atomfjiella region in Svalbard. Second part of the movie will be […]
Legendary photographer, Wade McCoy, has spent most of his life documenting the rise of freeskiing in one of America’s most iconic ski areas, Jackcon Hole. NEW EPISODE!!!! “Its hard to keep the stoke up. Really, wouldn’t you rather be free skiing” Watch the new Salomon Freeski episode on www.orangepow.com Some unbelievable crazy vintage shots!!!
Are you ready to re-live the best of the Freeride World Tour 2015 in Vallnord-Arcalis? Famous already since 1998 for organizing extraordinary freeride events, the Vallnord Arcalis in Andorra is originally known for the ‘El Dorado Freeride’ – a popular stop on the Freeride World Qualifier. For the first time, the organizers will welcome the athletes of the Freeride World Tour in 2015. This new stage in the Pyrénees Mountains will offer surprises with its terrain open to all riding […]
Seeing a pair of DPS ski’s on the slopes is like seeing a Ferrari on the highway. You just have to follow it or stop and have a look when parked. The last couple of a years the extreme light ski’s have become massively popular. Time to share there background story. And some great footage. Compared to the classic ski brands, some of which were founded as early as the 1920s and 1930s, DPS is the bold, young, and ambitious […]
“Tanner Hall’n” is a collection of Tanner Hall’s 2014 season shot by Poor Boyz Productions. The 5 part series drops every Wednesday every week starting February 11th. Watch Tanner descend through some of the best lines of his life! Tanner was born in Kalispell Montana where he grew up skiing at Whitefish Mountain Resort starting at age three. He joined the freestyle ski team at age 10, skiing moguls and aerials until age 15 when he moved to Park City, Utah to […]
Skiing in the POWder never get’s boring. But the slopes can get a bit dull. So if you need some inspiration because the POW is nowhere to be found or you just want to hit the slopes… Watch Hermann Reitberger Olmpic Champion ski Ballet Rip Up the slopes. I think it’s about time this get’s reintroduced. The master of ballet ski during the ’80. Herman Reitberger Ski ballet (later renamed acroski) was a freestyle skiing discipline from the late-1960s until […]