Further expanding into the ski world, The Winter XGames “Real” series has brought urban skiing into the fold, promising mind bending progression for viewers and $20K for the winner. Unsure on what exactly Real Ski is? Well, real quick – it’s a video contest featuring 6 of the most apt urban skiers today who set out earlier this winter with a small crew to put together the best edit with the hopes of scoring the big purse.
Check out the edits below from Full Tilt Athletes. Be sure to vote for your favorite!
Henrik Harlaut continues to drop some of the most progressive edits and the time spent in Australia this past Fall only added to that fire. See the Swede send it on his all new Limited Edition boot, The B&E.
CRUISE CONTROL is the 8th and last ski film from Gpsy Feelin this movie is an embarkation on a sensual journey of emotions featuring contemporary electronic music, that will let you lay back and switch on cruise control. This exclusive soundtrack was collaborated with the French music label Cosmonostro. Starring:Julien Lange, Leo taillefer Laurent de Martin, Flo Bastien, Alex Chabod, Pierre Antoine Chedal and Jules Bonnaire.
Most Villain – New Edit from Henrik Harlaut & Noah Albaladejo
“Henrik Harlaut is arguably the biggest name in skiing right now and Noah Albaladejo might well be the industry’s fastest rising star. By my count this is his third absolute banger edit in the last few months, not bad for a time of year when pros traditionally take a break. The two villains have combined for the second time this year to drop a insane edit sure to melt your face. Most Villain is inspired by music from MF Doom & Madlib’s album ‘Madvillain'”. – Adam Spensley / Newschoolers
You’ve waited long enough & now you’re able to find the all-new Limited Edition Pro Model boots from Tom Wallisch, Phil Casabon & Henrik Harlaut at these select dealers listed below. These ski boots feature custom graphics and features. Available in limited quantities!
This season, you’ll be able to visit a number of shops in Europe who are now a certified Pro Shop for Full Tilt products. What does that mean? Well – you’ll be able to check out each location and get up to date info on all the latest boots from FT from knowledgeable staff. Additionally, you’ll have access to a wide selection of parts to upgrade and customize your ski boots.
Full Tilt’s Descendant Series features the all-new Evolution Shell – a 102 width ski boot designed for comfort & performance for those who have a wider footprint while still incorporating the original DNA of the 3-piece design. From the sole up, this ski boot is something special. It features a 102mm width, rubber soles for added traction and durability with an upgraded buckle system for easy on & off.
I have really become a fan of the boots and I can completely understand why so many people choose to ride them. Landings are more comfortable and I still feel I have enough support from the tongue to do everything I would in a stiffer overlap boot. The comfort is I think the biggest factor, I could ski everything in the park the same I would in an overlap but the Descendant just offers more comfort, which if it does not come at the cost of performance I’m all for. – NS.com
Don’t just take our word for it – Read the in-depth review from Newschooler’s resident boot fitter, Tom Pietrowski HERE.
Catch “The Golden Age,” featuring Noah Wallace, premiering this week in Montreal!
As the film’s producer describes,
“The Golden Age is the story of six Summit County skiers, told through a grandfather’s memories some years in the future.
Featuring: Ethan Swadburg, Levi Ascher, Kai George, Noah Wallace, Cody Cirillo, Mark Nowakiwsky”
Want to catch a premiere? You can find it at IF3 this week in Montreal on September 26th at Cinema L’imperial (show starts at Noon!) and in Denver on October 3rd at Declaration Brewing! Find out more HERE!
FT’s Clayton Vila, Cam Riley & Sean Jordan star in the new documentary from TGR, “For Lack of Better” which premiere this Friday in Montreal at IF3. Find out more HERE >>
Filmmaker Clayton Vila documents his and his closest friend’s addiction to street skiing. For reasons of personal satisfaction and career progression, these rare athletes are obsessed with creating the best possible video parts every year. This film follows the rugged and passion-filled lives of street skiers throughout a winter as they battle for their next best video part.