Smacking lips and cranking bottom turns in the Utah Backcountry with Grassroots founder Jeremy Jensen. Surfing is obviously a huge inspiration and influence on powsurfing and while ocean waves and mountain features are quite different, similar techniques are applied with beautiful results achieved.
The nooks & crannies that are normally buried deep in the snowpack have become our current playgrounds. “Ankle Biters” or really small waves is what episode 14 of The Powsurf Chronicles is all about.
Grassroots riders Jeremy Jensen and Scotty Arnold take a trip up north to powsurf with a handful of Canadian rippers. 4 days of sunshine and dry powder conditions in the Coastal mountains of British Columbia had stoke levels high as ever. Most of our Canadian friends were riding Grassroots Powsurfers for the first time and seeing the stoke and the smiles on their faces at the bottom of every run made the trip that much better.
Riders: DCP, Kevin Sansalone, Alex Warburton, Justin Lamoureux, Rob Stevens, Scott Gaffney, Scotty Arnold, and Jeremy Jensen.
Stoked to give you a glimpse into this season’s Chronicles. ENJOY!
Here’s a quick tease of what’s to come in this season’s Powsurf Chronicles short films. Grassroots Powdersurfing was founded in 2007 to create a pure, binding-free powder-riding experience. Drawing inspiration from skateboarding, surfing, and snowboarding, we designed & handcrafted boards that enabled a new style of creativity, self expression and progression. We’ve spent the past 7 years pushing the boundaries of what is possible on our powsurfers and loving every second of it. The Powsurf Chronicles films offer a glimpse of what powsurfing is all about and focuses on the best things in life; people, places, and powder.
Stay tuned for episodes dropping this winter. Visit us at www.powsurf.com to learn more and pick out the right board for you.