Ok, we’re a day late and a dollar short but that’s not going to keep me from using the Tele Teaser Tuesday name that I’ve paid all those high-powered patent attorneys serious ching to protect.
Anyway, diving right in… Man, how we love that Powderwhore crew, nothing but deep pow, steep faces and a whole boatload of soul. After many grueling hours of highly intense lounging while reviewing this season’s best vids ChamonixInsider’s distinguished panel of distinguished judges has selected TeleVision to start off the season even if Noah somehow misplaced (again!) that killer footage of myself absolutely destroying La Vormaine. Ah well, there’s always next year. I’m even thinking I’ll be stepping up and heading to Le Savoy for the deepest pow days. The secret’s out!
With their big budgets, great riders and amazing footage TGR consistently produces the goods, so what’s not to like? Oh yeah, the cheesy voiceover. When will they ever learn?
Outstanding footage, original soundtrack, hard charging riders. Nobody NowHere does it quite as well as Absinthe Films.
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Trey Cook charging Brevent today. (OK, it's not really me. It's Jonaven Moore but I followed right after and boosted a smooth corked 635 to scorpion). photo: Scott Sullivan / Absinthe Films
Ahhhh, the snow is all-time in Chamonix right now and the only thing anybody around here is thinking about is riding. With lines filling in and landings pillow soft I thought it might be a good time for a bit of inspiration. Absinthe Films are one of my all-time fav-o-rite porn producers primarily due to the truly jaw-dropping imagery and the uncanny ability to so completely emphasize the sheer beauty of a very beautiful sport reflect the subjects in their latest films. Neverland leaves you wanting more.
It seems as though most snowboard vids are currently bogged down in a small pond of handrail and city riding sameness. But Standard’s Black Winter stands out with a healthy dose of big mountain riding including a sick seggie from Chamonix homeboy, Xavier de la Rue.
So what do you think? Got a favorite? Hit me back in the Comments section and enlighten us all.