Neil Provo and Jeremy Jensen powsurfing their brains out and living the Catsurfing dream at Keefer Lake Lodge, BC.
Powsurfing Godfather Jeremy Jensen joins snowboard legend Scotty Arnold and ski & snowboard brothers Ian and Neil Provo for a week of powsurfing deep in the Monashee’s with Mustang Powder Guides.
In this short film we focus on the influence of skateboarding. A nod and a high five to a phenomenon that continually boggles the minds and stretches the imaginations of minds both young and old.
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.
The Powsurf Chronicles Episode 1 – Low Tide
Early season riding and times of low snowpack have had a major influence on why and how we surf the pow. This season has been particularly dry in many areas across the globe and people are jonzing for decent riding conditions. Getting creative, finding new ways to look at terrain and taking advantage of what you DO have is what it’s all about.
The first Episode of the “Powsurf Chronicles”has dropped!
In this episode we take a positive look at “Low Tide” early season riding on a thin snowpack and talk a little bit about OUR version of powsurfing. We are proud to be the pioneers of taking skate style and true binding-less surf style riding into the powder and the backcountry. Our vision is centered on progression, creativity, and truly taking advantage of not having a board strapped to your feet.
This winter season has been exceptionally dry across much of the U.S. and one might think that as Powsurfers we would be shut down completely. But in fact the opposite is true. We take advantage of what we do have and make what some see as a rough situation, into an awesome one. This is what makes powsurfing so special. Being free from bindings, the opportunity for creativity, progression and challenge is endless. Wether the terrain is large or small, it is as fun and as challenging as the rider chooses to make it.
I could go on for days about the potential of our powdersurfers but you may as well just take a look for yourself. Sit back an enjoy “Low Tide”