Thanks for submitting your videos and everyone who participated. The winner of the May Skate Video Contest is Glynn Osburn with 309 votes, Jacob Young in second with 243 votes and Nathan Alegria with 112 votes. Thanks Dave over at Emerica, ES and Altamont for hooking up the prizes.
June’s contest is “A day in the Park.” All videos should be from a single skate park session, but can be at any skate park.
Thanks again to
We are premiering the Blind video ‘This is Not a Test’ on Friday, May 20th. Be there for hotdogs and skating before the movie.
Check Collin Provost destroying on Emerica’s Stay Gold “B-sides.” Emerica is offering up a lil’ extra footie from the filming of Stay Gold. There is some sick stuff in these mini edits. Get the latest and greatest Emerica gear at EternalSnow.com
For the last few years the snowboard industry has been making major strides in being Eco-conscious. You see we want to keep our winters so we need to take the steps to save them. Many companies are using sustainable products in their manufacturing processes. You can find top sheets printed on soy based material, bamboo cores, recycled plastics and everything in between.
has been make a huge contribution to being a truly Eco-friendly manufacturer of snowboards, skateboards, and apparel. Their entire skate and snow line is made with sustainability in mind. They are a front runner in their use of bamboo. Because it is such a fast growing plant (up to 4 feet a day) it is quickly renewable. The bamboo and other woods that are used for Arbor’s snowboard
and skateboard decks
all come from sustainable groves. This same Bamboo is even used to make fabrics for their clothing line
. Arbor is defiantly doing their part to save the Earth.
is making a conscious effort to carry more and more of these green products. But companies “cleaning up their acts” is still only part of the equation. We as consumers now need to go out and use these green products and be an active part of the solution. Protect Our Winters
is a non-profit dedicated to Eco education in the snow sports community. They are helping the manufacturers, resorts and consumers all work together to make decisions to save our snow. Let’s all pitch in so we have great powder for generations to come!
Neff picked 18 shops, 9 from the West, and 9 from the East, to battle it out with their videos. Now it’s Round 4 and it is Eternal’s shot. Vote for our edit and help Eternal and the West prevail. Click Here to cast your vote, and be sure to tell your friends to vote Eternal!