Here’s the second installment in the Powsurf Chronicles from our friends at Grassroots PowSurfing. Check out the Goods in the Woods and get stoked on bindingless shredding!

“The 2011 La Nina winter was a memorable one, powder days were plentiful but we didn’t see the sun shine for months. We all know the trees are where you want to be in times like this so we took shelter in the woods, where the visibility was good and the powder was epic.”

http://vimeo.com/38230989

Splitboard.com has dabbled in Noboarding, NoSplitting, and even a little Snow Skating in the past and have always been intrigued with the simplicity of them all. It’s amazing how fun it can be to to put the challenge back into snowboarding and get back to the roots of our sport. The freedom to move your feet wherever you like on the board feels exactly like skateboarding and surfing but the thing that has always seemed lacking is the control of the board. The concept and approach Jeremy Jensen at Grassroot Powsurfing is taking with smaller, lighter boards puts the control back into the hands (or should I say feet) of the user. The decks are smaller than a regular snowboard and larger than a snowskate providing what looks to be the perfect mix for surfing pow and still being able to pull off skate influenced tricks like kickflips and shove-its. We’re stoked to see this next step of shredding and look forward to getting our feet on one soon!

Check ‘em out at www.powsurf.com

Here’s another one of Jeremy’s videos, This is PowSurfing. Enjoy!

http://vimeo.com/16306539

Post your questions and comments here: http://splitboard.com/talk/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=13076

Episode 1 

We’ve been following the PowSurf movement for a couple years now and it’s always fun to see what Jeremy Jensen from Grassroots PowSurfing is up to. Check out his latest video and prepare to get stoked on bindingless shredding!

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