New snowboarding film premieres in San Diego; world tour exposes the sport's most extreme and notorious riders and the world's most gnarly eyeball

PORTLAND, OREGON – August 27th, 2008 – Grenade Gloves, one of the fastest-growing names in action sports, will unveil its new snowboarding film, The Boned Age, with a world premiere screening that coincides with the Agenda San Diego trade show September 4th-6th. After its Sept. 6th premiere at the Hard Rock Cafe, the Grenade crew will hit the road to share this snowboarding extravaganza with fans all over the world.

The film showcases the top names in snowboarding as they perform stunts on the most dangerous mountain runs and customized snow parks. The cinematography is awe-inspiring; shot with super-16mm high definition and matched only by the tricks pulled off by the infamous GRENERDS.

"The Boned Age includes plenty of wipeouts, skits, and the freshest tricks in all aspects of the sport from Magoon creating new rail combinations to EJT–Experimental Jump Technologies," says two-time Olympic silver medalist and Grenade President Danny Kass.

Joining Kass in the all-star cast are Scotty Lago, Benji Ritchie, Gabe Taylor, Kyle Clancy, Lucas Magoon, Travis Rice, The Dingo and Dave England of MTV's Jack Ass.

The film's title pays tribute to the 1994 cult classic film The Stoned Age, and features its own version of the infamous "Blue Torpedo" wagon and "gnarly eyeball" seen in the original. See the new HD trailer for The Boned Age here and see even more here.

Immediately after the World Premiere, The Boned Age hits the road for its international tour through October 25th. With stops in major U.S. cities as well as in Asia and Europe, the tour is hosted by Danny Kass and The Dingo and includes athlete appearances, contests, giveaways, free Grenade Army enlistment and after-parties featuring DJs and musicians Feli Fel, Lil Jon, Shawty Put, Mr. Choc, DJ Revolution and Tina T. The Boned Age premiere is brought to you by Grenade, Vestal, Gnu, Nike, Oakley, Union, Monster, Boost Mobile, and Snowboarder Magazine.