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Jeremy Jones & Purple Mountains

by The Editors on October 2, 2020

Jeremy Jones‘ new eco film Purple Mountains has been on our “must watch” list for a while now. Here’s the back story:

Motivated by an urge to protect the places he loves, Jeremy sets out on a physical and philosophical journey to find common ground with fellow outdoor people across diverse political backgrounds. He learns their hopes and fears while walking a mile in their shoes on the mountain and in the snow.

Click play to watch the entire film.

[Link: Teton Gravity Research]

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Church of the SubGenius Docco Arrives

by The Editors on September 27, 2020

Everything you ever wanted to know about J.R. “Bob” Dobbs and the cult he founded will be revealed beginning October 16, 2020. Don’t miss it.

[Link: Boing Boing]

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A New GoPro Camera Exists

by The Editors on September 19, 2020

We’re always pleased for a new GoPro with a higher number because it means the chances of this one being a consistently usable camera are at least hypothetically increased. The new GoPro Hero 9 Black has some great new features (bigger battery, screen on the front) that will make it easier to use in all kinds of situations. And hopefully, this one can survive an in and out of the water trip without the back LCD screen failing. Guess we’ll have to see on that one. (Can you tell we’ve had trouble with every single GoPro we’ve owned?)

[Link: GoPro]

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Bruce Brown: A Life of Endless Summers

by The Editors on September 7, 2020

Dana Brown, son of the late legendary surf filmmaker Bruce Brown, has a new film that follows one last trip that he took with his dad– a trip to catch up with all his old friends. It’s called A Life of Endless Summers: The Bruce Brown Story. It premiered in Newport Beach at a Drive-in theatre. And it is well worth a watch for fans of The Endless Summer or On Any Sunday. For the rest of the story, click the link.

[Link: Surfline.com]

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Andrew Reynolds Joins The Vans Family

by The Editors on July 21, 2020

Wait, didn’t Andrew Reynolds previously skate for some other shoe brand? Anyone remember what it was called? Nevermind, it’ll come to us eventually.

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Let Is Snow: A Snowboarding Slasher Film

by The Editors on July 17, 2020

We can’t really stomach horror movies these days, as we’re getting enough terror on the day-to-day IRL, but if you find horror somehow calming, then this new blood and guts snowboarding slasher Let It Snow may be just what you’re looking for. Apparently, you’ll have to wait until September 22, 2020. Ride on.

[Link: FlickeringMyth]

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The Surf Bros Distribute Free Masks In HB

by The Editors on July 16, 2020

Hey, you need a mask bro?

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Breaking Trail With Ryan Hudson

by The Editors on July 2, 2020

Jeremy Jones talks with Jones Snowboards ambassador Ryan Hudson in a Breaking Trail episode about growing up homeless, finding his way in life, and ultimately finding snowboarding. Listen. Learn.

[Link: Jones Snowboards]

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George Floyd Paddle Out Encinitas

by The Editors on June 3, 2020

Sal Masekela leads the surf tribe at Encinitas, California’s Moonlight Beach in memory of the life and death of George Floyd.

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Tony Hawk on Jablinski Games

by The Editors on May 13, 2020

Yes, a little more T. Hawk, but just because there is so much goodness in here. Not to mention pre-COVID-19 closeness.

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