In honor of tomorrow’s release of The Future of Yesterday, this week in Collected we are showcasing a grip of products the cast of the film rely on day-in and day-out while filming. With everything from Halldor’s board and Ulrik’s goggles, to Max’s adidas coat and the Monster Energy that gets them jacked to ride, this week Collected is your one stop shop for everything The Future of Yesterday related. Brush up on the official trailer in anticipation of tomorrow’s movie release, and dive in below to get your hands on the gear your favorite riders count on. As an added bonus this week, we’ve got the chance to win the gear before you buy it. Just enter below. As always, make sure to check back next week for another installment of Collected showcasing our favorite products of the season.
Lobster Halldor Helgason Pro
Want to ride like Halldor? Well, it won’t be easy, but snagging his board is as good a start as any. The Halldor Pro comes equipped with 3BT and sidekick, so you can charge with confidence knowing that this ride will handle everything from stomping big hits to ripping fast turns. Just wait until you see Halldor’s part in The Future of Yesterday, and you’ll be wanting this board on your feet too.
adidas Premiere Riding Jacket
A good snowboarding jacket is both stylish and functional, and the adidas Premiere Riding Jacket breezes through these requirements with ease. Look good like Buri, all while feeling confident in the elements knowing that this jacket has the tech to keep you warm and dry when the weather turns sour.
Bataleon BYND x MDLS
Tor Lundstrom needs a board that can handle a beating, all while retaining enough flex for the playful riding he’s known for. This special edition Goliath collaboration with the BYND x MDLS crew does just that–not to mention that it boasts the same fashion-forward aesthetic of the streetwear from the company of the same name. Turn heads this season with a board the looks as good as it rides.
Ulrik Badertscher launched Badertscher Goggles with the mission of making high-end gear more accessible. The Badertscher comes with a magnetic quick-mount technology to make changing lenses as easy as can be. Get out there and get yours.
Salomon Assassin Pro
The Salomon Assassin Pro is no stranger to the spotlight. After years of being refined, this directional twin is built with Solomon’s top of the line technology, making it the ride anywhere solution for the snowboarder that can’t be contained. Just wait to you see Max’s part in the film, for a good idea of what we mean.
Lobster Eiki Helgason Pro
Eiki Helgason has progressed urban and park riding more than most, so it should come as no surprise that his pro model board from Lobster is designed to do the same. Take one look at the Wallie Tips and we doubt you will ever look at a feature the same again.
Bateleon Evil Twin
Ethan Morgan is a versatile snowboarder, so it only makes sense that he swears by the versatility of Bataleon’s Evil Twin. It’s also no coincidence that the Evil Twin has been on Bataleon’s line since the very beginning–this year, it has been outfitted with 3rd generation 3BT, making a legendary freestyle board that much more noteworthy. But don’t take our word for it, grab yourself one and see what’s possible this season with a little evil on your side.
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