Owner Operator Northwest

Share this post TFUPM Posted January 08, 2014 in snowboarding, video

Owner Operator Northwest from Steven Kimura on Vimeo.

 

Our friends Jesse, Lukas, and Shem shot this last year out at beautiful Mt. Baker. Can't wait to get out there in a month!

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Snow Craft

Share this post TFUPM Posted November 15, 2012 in snowboarding, video

Featuring some amazing snowboards, and great riding. 

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Devun Walsh

Share this post TFUPM Posted October 09, 2012 in history, snowboarding, video

I've been wanting to see this part since '97! It does not disappoint. Thanks, Tom!

"Devun Walsh's part in Shortys 97 release "Young Brown Walsh." from Tom Honey on Vimeo.

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Thank You, Tom Sims

Share this post TFUPM Posted September 15, 2012 in snowboarding, video

 

Tom Sims was probably the first snowboarder I ever saw, even if I didn't realize it 'til decades later. 

He was a true innovator, and inspiration to many.

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3 perfect days

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Powder Mountain

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Track Jumpers USA

Snowboarding buddy film from 1993.  Beware: shifties, fs 360's, late backside 180's, and the Stratton ditch feature heavily!  These were good times.  Note: Owner Operator co founder Peter Sieper gets the opener, and that's me getting stung by the scorpion near the end!

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Terje

Share this post TFUPM Posted October 30, 2011 in powder, snowboarding, terje, video

Terje Haakonsen is still the best snowboarder of all time.  This is the most footage I've seen of him in a while, and he's totally killing it.  Amazing style in the pow, and even better in the air. 

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Snowboarding in 1939

Share this post TFUPM Posted October 24, 2011 in history, snowboarding, video

 
Snowboarding in 1939! I've seen similar footage of some Turkish (?) fellas who claim to have been riding for generations. They also had the peculiar stick technique, so I wonder if one of these gentleman saw it being done over there first.

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Jake

Share this post TFUPM Posted October 23, 2011 in history, snowboarding

Get well soon, Jake!


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