Monthly Archives: July 2010
Featuring: Brandon Cocard, Temple Cummins, Ben Lynch, Travis Parker, Mikey Basich, Skylar Thorton, Aaron Robinson, Eric Messier, and more.
Respect Your Elders is a new movie from a new production company. Resourceful Gnome is the name of that production company, which was invented by Travis Parker and friends. The Respect Your Elders project pairs some of the most skilled / up-and-coming young professionals in the world with some of the most loved, respected, mysterious, and talented snowboard legends of all time. They go snowboarding together.
Methods and backflips, guns, powder, major biffs, cliffs, river boarding, and air time. Somebody tell me this doesn’t look like a good time. Shot on location in Valdez, Baker, Tahoe, Silverton, and everywhere in between.
A new snowboard might not make you a better snowboarder, but you will at least look like one! Come check them out today. Not sure what board is right for you? Stay tuned for in-depth product reviews coming this fall, or come in and talk to one of our expert sales staff today.
We’re not the surgeon general and all evo employees take real vacations so we can’t help you with the first two. However, we have been spending our sunny summer days staring at our computer screens, studying up like summer school kids on the brand new 2011 K2 Snowboard line. Let us point out some highlights:
- The Fastplant, K2′s ultimate park board, features the new Bambooyah core. Turns out snowboards can be both eco-friendly and fierce…
- An alliance women can appreciate: K2 has teamed up with Nikita to bring you this year’s Vavavoom with Cassette bindings. Leanne Pelosi rides it. So should you.
- The Cinch bindings… As simple as they sound.
- K2′s Baseline technology provides a number of rocker shapes and cambers specifically designed for all riding styles, from catch-free to jib to powder.
So here’s an idea. Go inside to protect yourself from UV rays, take a virtual trip to evo.com and get familiar with the whole K2 Snowboards 2011 line right here.
Think Thank goes straight to the dome with “Right Brain Left Brain” Meticulously messy, precisely unpredictable and controlled chaos; snowboarding is everything and can do anything. Such a lofty pursuit takes both halves of one’s brain. Think Thank is taking the time this season to pull our brains apart, examine the differences and then put them back stronger than ever. Creative control concisely conjured for cuticle carousing co-opting corrosive comatose inducing creatures. Thanks again brain!
—> Stay tuned for detail about a Seattle premier this fall! Bring your thinking caps.
Time to bust out the Nintendo again!
Check out Scott Stevens, Micah Hollinger, Chris Beresford, Tim Eddy, Ben Bogart, and Casey Wrightsman ride through all the classic video games. Everything was filmed last year and Mike Benson along with Casey Wrightman spent a year coming up with this edit.