The internet is a wild and wily place and especially in the summer, we’re all on the lookout for a little cold weather entertainment to get out of the heat. Here’s a dose of the off beat in the June 10th edition of Week in Review.
UP IN SMOKE
Social media, photoshop wizardry, pro boarders and vaping. Too good.
FRIENDLY POLITICS WE CAN GET BEHIND
Trump’s recent campaign video for “Make America Great Again,” plugging in nationwide.
HOT TUB HANG TIME MACHINE
This video boasting the benefits of a newly-designed “Hot Tub Hammock” from Business Insider’s Facebook page surfaced on Tuesday and we couldn’t help but notice that at the 0:12 mark, one of the principal cinematographers for SNOWBOARDER’s new film, Resolution, Mr. Kyle Schwartz makes a guest cameo. Kyle’s a wayward wanderer, constantly scouring the globe for snow to slash and duff to document and he did so this winter with Resolution riders Jake Blauvelt, Mikkel Bang, Ben Ferguson and many more. Congrats on hitting the big time, Kyle. Don’t forget us when you’re famous and we at SNOWBOARDER are glad to see that you’re spending your down time in the summer so leisurely, buddy.
NO WINCH? NO PROBLEM
We assume he is getting towed into a battleship rail.
IT’S ONLY JUNE AND WE’RE ALREADY DESPERATE FOR SNOW
If there’s still snow on the bank of the Blaeberry and gas in the pickup then why not dust off the Never Summer and do some “river skipping.” Warning!!! Contains male nudity.
THE BIEBS CAN BOARD
Skrillex pop beats, Thrasher deck, what will Justin do next? Oh wait…two turns to make it true?
LET THE KIDS RIDE FREE
This week’s child sno-ploitation season edit comes all the way from Canada, where 8-year-old Eli Bouchard under the tutelage of Max Henault has strung together an impressive string of ride-aways proving that a low center of gravity can seemingly make anything possible, including double backflips.
SURFY VIBES IN JACKSON
Despite the name Snake River no leashes were cut or beatdowns occurred when Dylan Graves, Wade Goodall, Andrew Doheny and Bryan Iguchi got wet in Wyoming for the Vans webisode series Weird Waves. Each year in late Spring, the surf’s up below the Tetons as the runoff from the melting snow creates a short-lived curl that landlocked surfers salivate over.
Week in Review compiled by the SNOWBOARDER staff