Apparently Dylan Thomson really likes to jump off buildings and other huge structures on his snowboard, and for that, we thank him. This also makes us wish that Finger On Da Trigger and Cole Taylor still made full length movies because this part has "ender" written all over it.
This is probably one of the most well-rounded parts we've seen all year. Cam hits some of the gnarliest street spots ever while still managing to throw down over massive road gaps and on backcountry kickers. Really impressive part and a definite must watch.
From Endeavor Snowboards' Vimeo:
"Cam Pierce is not your average snowboard story. Born and raised in North Carolina with an interest in rap and music making Cam made his way onto the all-star team of Forum Snowboards/ The Project and filmed with them for a number of years. When Forum was cut by Burton, it left all the riders looking for a new path. Some fell off while others prospered with Cam falling into the latter category by finding a new board sponsors with Endeavor and a new outwear sponsor with 686. Thanks to the help by 686 Cam filmed a full part this past season and traveled to locations all over North America. Once all the clips were in they were edited together by Ian Post into this final project. So take a few minutes to check out his full part."
Celtek just dropped another teaser for their new film "Nothing to Prove," this one takes you through what it is like snowboarding in the icy Midwest.
"Nothing to Prove part 1 - the teaser, will show you a sneak peak at what will be some of the most well rounded footage of the Midwest, USA, ever produced. The rider of the CELTEK team along with up-coming am's will be seen at the Jib Farm, Midwest Resorts and X-Games level streets spots. Be sure to check the full release dropping soon."
I hadn't heard of Cody Shepherd until this edit, but damn he is good. Coming out of Whistler, BC, this full part has a little bit of everything; front boards through triple kinks, 1080s over big jumps, even a powder shot in the credits. Good work, Cory.