Posts Tagged: Winter


Flurries

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For east coasters winter isn’t exactly over. We’re not even half way through March, so don’t let your stoke get extinguished if and when there happens to be a little more snow. In fact, when the temperature drops and the sky gets dark and pregnant with precipitation, call your homeboys and have your shred sticks… Read more »

PowderJet Snowboards

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For some of us Vermonters, the more we skateboard and snowboard, the more we desire to know what it is to surf. It’s no simple task in the Green Mountains. That is, until recently. Behold, the PowderJet Snowboard. This baby is designed and manufactured by Vermonters, and when you get a good snow, it’s surfboard-style cut lets you rip the mountain as if it were one big radical wave.

Rocks & Grass

Rocks & Grass

Steve and the esteemed professor of philosophy, Brian Glenney, find new frontier beyond the borders of road and sidewalk.

Skateboarding In Snow

Skateboarding In Snow

Things are still. The air is heavy and moist. Up above, the mountains merge with cloud. Then, close by, brittle leaves are startled by wind. A quick flake follows. Then another. Then more. While roads and sidewalks will soon be rendered unrideable, skateboarding nonetheless feels celebratory as flakes thicken and a flurry of confetti descends upon Manchester.