Jeremy Pancras: Annecy Bound
Jib-master Jeremy "Pan" Pancras is at it again, wasting no time to throw down in the streets of his home town of Annecy, France. From rails to backflip tree bonks, this dude knows how to do urban.
Mountain Bike Pow Shredding: Mads Haugen
It may not be skiing, but someone shredding pow this hard will make anyone wish for winter. Mads Haugen gets after it via snowmachine and downhill rig for Sweet Protection's newest edit. It may not be time to put away the bike come November, apparently.
Sony Mind's Eye S3 E5: In the Heli with Sage Cattabriga-Alosa
There are few people who can ski Alaska monster gnar better than Sage Cattabriga-Alosa. In the newest episode of Teton Gravity Research's "Mind's Eye" webisode series, he continues to do what he does best, alongside shred buddy Ian McIntosh. Dreamy, steep and creamy.
Nick McNutt: 2014 POV Mashing
Nick McNutt came onto the professional ski scene fast and hot, impressing audiences during his award-winning segment in Teton Gravity Research's 2014 film "Almost Ablaze." Step into McNutt's eyes as he puts together the Revelstoke, BC segment of the movie, doing what he does best--shredding powder and pillows with an oh-so-buttery style.
Summer Solstice Shred: Logan Pass 2015 with David Steele
Some people celebrated the official start of summer with a beer on the beach, or maybe a rip on the local mountain bike trails. TSKJ contributor David Steele and fellow Montanan Taylor Streit headed up The Going to the Sun Highway over Logan Pass, MT for some inaugural summer turns. If you want some inspiration to do something awesome this weekend, take motivation from Steele and Streit. They know how to do it.
Robert Szul: 2015 Segment
Polish freeskier Robert Szul has the skill and steeze to back up his super tall-tees, and in his 2015 edit he proves it. Bouncing from parks around the world, Szul styles rails, jumps and mini-transitions to do his country proud.
Truly Summer: Peru Sand Skiing
At some point, the only way for year-round skiers to get their turns in is heading to a glacier or flying to the Southern Hemisphere...or take a drive to the nearest dunes. Despite being the middle of winter, some Peruvian locals choose the latter, shredding sand and proving it's truly summer.