Jamie Anderson got her 2013-2014 season started on a high note with a slopestyle win at the second annual Burton ‘High Fives’ presented by MINI snowboarding competition. The event was hosted by Cadrona Alpine Resort in Wanaka, New Zealand. Jamie Anderson knocked Finnish rider Enni Rukajärvi off the top of the podium with a victorious second run
Is it already time for next season’s gear to drop? We’re still all about biking, hiking, and relaxing at the beach but now we also get to look at next season’s goodies! Burton has just dropped their new website where you can take a gander at all their gear for the 2013-2014 season. Visit http://www.burton.com
Elena Hight became the first woman to ever land a Double Backsdie Alley-oop Rodeo in competition during the XGames Women’s Superpipe Final.
Kelly Clark edged Elena Hight by a mere .33 to win her 3rd consecutive XGames Gold. Hight had thrown down a history making backside ally-oop double rodeo 900 that had put her into the lead for most of the Women’s Final. Still Kelly Clark managed to pull off the win on the last run of the
Torah Bright is the star of the latest episode of Wanderlust, the video collaboration between Peepshow Films and Roxy.
In the first major competition of the season, some of the biggest pros headed to Breckenridge, Colorado for Dew Tour Ion Mountain Championships. In the slopestyle competition on Friday, Jamie Anderson fought off challengers Spencer O’Brien and Enni Rukajarvi. She cinched the top spot with a clean last run – half cab tailpress on the tier
Following last season release of the Nug, Burton has introduced the Nugget for the ladies as part of their Restricted Collection.
Lipstick Films is premiering their film Eurotic for free online starting today and you can watch the entire thing right here! Be sure to watch it full screen.
Aimee Fuller teaches you how to do backflips in the latest Roxy podcast.
Burton will be webcasting the 2nd Annual Burton Rail Days live from Tokyo. This the largest outdoor snowboarding event in Tokyo’s history and includes riders like Ethan Deiss (USA), Zak Hale (USA), Mark Sollors (CAN), Niels Schack (FRA), Ludwig Lejkner (SWE), Dylan Alito (USA), Jamie Nicholls(GBR), Wojtek Pawlusiak (POL), Brandon Hobush (USA), and Takahiro Ishida (JAP).