Your Turn Video Contest ‘Full Part’ Winners

Your Turn Video Contest ‘Full Part’ Winners

This spring we were getting bombarded with your emails and messages showing your footage. So last month we launched the “Your Turn Video Contest” with the first category “Full Part”. After a month of fierce campaigning for Votes on our Facebook page, here are the top 3.

3rd Place with 259 Votes: Derick Lang from Sioux Falls

 Do you remember the first snowboard video you saw?

No, I don’t remember the first video I saw, but probably about 3 years ago I started watching Jed Anderson video parts.

Where do you ride normally/ where were your riding in the edit?

I ride at my home park, Great Bear, in Sioux Falls, SD. It’s only about a 200 foot hill. It literally takes 5 mins to get up the hill and 30 seconds to get down. In the edit I was riding at my home park and Mammoth Mountain for the Volcom PBRJ championship.

What made you want to start filming, and what do you get out of it?

I started to have my filmer, Jaren Timmer, film me so I can try to get noticed and get sponsored.

What snowboard videos inspire you the most, anyones part in particular?

Jed Anderson inspires me the most because of his hesh style.

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Check the next page for Daniel Gardiner’s Urban Full Part from Nanaimo, Canada

2nd Place with 305 Votes: Daniel Gardiner from Nanaimo

Do you remember the first snowboard video you saw?

I remember going to the This Video Sucks premiere, that video definitely had me hyped. Joe Sexton’s part was gnarly.

Where do you ride normally/ where were your riding in the edit?

I ride Seymour a lot, and try to get up to Whistler as much as possible. A few clips in my part were filmed in Vancouver, the rest was shot in Nelson BC over a week or so of winter break.

What made you want to start filming, and what do you get out of it?

It’s always fun to film with your friends and then be able to watch old videos and see how much you progress. This season was the first time I was able to film a street video and I can’t wait to do it again!

What snowboard videos inspire you the most, anyones part in particular?

Anything from Keep the Change is always sick and all the summer camp videos are super progressive. Shoutout to all the Ontario boys, their edits are always on point. The Footyfiend homies hold it down in Whis as well.

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Check the next page for Bryce Burgett’s Full Part from Copper Mountain, Colorado

1st Place with 650 Votes! Congratulations Bryce Burgett & Filmer Freddy Vaillant from Copper Mountain

Do you remember the first snowboard video you saw?

Not exactly, but I remember watching park edits at Big Bear since that was my local mountain.

Where do you ride normally/ where were your riding in the edit? 

I grew up riding Big Bear but everything in this video was filmed at Copper Mountain.

What made you want to start filming, and what do you get out of it?

I like doing rad ass shit and Fred is here to film it all. It’s exactly what we’d be doing anyways, anything extra that comes out of this is a great plus!

What snowboard videos inspire you the most, anyones part in particular?

Hands down dopest dope I’ve ever smoked, Scott Stevens.

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