Living the yurt life up at 9000 ft, Shaun Mckay, Curtis Woodman, Chris Rasman and Colin Langlois tear up Montucky.
Curtis grew up in the mountains that surround Lake Tahoe, California so it shouldn’t come across as a surprise that he knows the area better than most. Even on an off snow year for the region, like the one Tahoe experienced last season, Curtis knows where to find the goods. When a few late season storms rolled through Curits’s backyard, he met up with Danny Davis and got it while the getting was good. The fourth and final episode of Curtis Woodman’s Surf The Earth highlights some of Tahoe’s most insane terrain and the heaviest snowboarding we’ve seen in this series.
RIDERS: Curtis Woodman, Danny Davis, Scott Blum, Taylor Carlton.
The froth prince hath returned for yet another attack on the kingdom of powder. With his trusty Arbor snowboard as a weapon, Curtis Woodman slashes and burns the forests of Washington and Tahoe in a full blown whiteroom frenzy. Episode 3 features additional riding from Justus Hines, Joe Bosler, Eric Messier, and Gray Thompson.
Curtis Woodman explores the backcountry of Utah, Montana, and Washington in his latest episode of Surf The Earth.
Last season, Lake Tahoe kicked off the winter with mediocre snowfall which meant insufficient time in the white room for Arbor pow surfer, Curtis Woodman. An insatiable hunger for tasty barrels and higher tides drove Curtis to chase the storms in search of whiter pastures. His journey took him to Montana, Utah, and Washington where he met up with fellow earth surfers Colin Langlois, Chris Rasman, Shaun McKay, Pat McCarthy, Nick Ennen, Kurt Jensen, and even the infamous Coonman.
Riders: Curtis Woodman, Colin Langlois, Chris Rasman, Shaun McKay, Pat McCarthy, Nick Ennen, Kurt Jensen, and Coonma
I hope all you froth puppies out there are ready to travel to Shacktown, USA, because you just got stuck in the impact zone of Curtis Woodman’s second season of “Surf The Earth”. This four episode series follows Curtis throughout the winter as he chases the illusive white wave, meets up with fellow earth surfers, and spends as much time as is humanly possible in the white room. In Episode 1, we travel to Jackson Hole, Wyoming where Curtis and the crew bag so many frequent flyer miles that they are comped a generous round of champagne powder courtesy of Mother Nature and the Grand Tetons.
Riders: Curtis Woodman, Erik Leon, Joe Bosler, Jack Hessle
Arbor Snowboards just released this full part from Curtis Woodman and let me say this, Curtis makes snowboarding look FUN. Obviously snowboarding is fun, but something tells me Curt is enjoying it a little more than most.
"Curtis Woodman has been gracing the snowboard world with quality footage for nearly a decade. With ender parts in the Neoproto and Think Thank filmographies, Curtis has cemented his place as one of snowboarding saltiest, surfiest, most barreled-est dawgs. Without further ado, we at Arbor Snowboards are proud to release Curtis' full part from Season 2 of his upcoming web series, "Surf The Earth"."