Founded in 1983, Sessions is a leading snowboard and action sports company that designs, merchandises, sources, and distributes high performance snowboard apparel, accessories and apparel for the core, youth-driven sports segment. Sessions was the first snowboarding company to incorporate Gore-Tex fabrics and Recco avalanche reflectors into their products. Today, Sessions has placed itself at the cutting edge of the music, snowboard and skateboard culture. Sessions is one of the last remaining independently owned brands.
The Sessions Team Is - Tim Humphreys, Tara Dakides, Andreas Gidlund, E-Man Anderson, Antti "NAKU" Piirainen, Ian Thorley, Taylor Carlton, Kyle Miller, Nial Romenak, Peter Benchetler and Brett Butcher
Friday, November 28, 2008
Pirate Movie Production Team: Danny Larsen, Sani Alibabic, Kalle Ohlson, Drew Fuller
and Joshua Sherman – Tuesday 12.02.08
Today, Pirate Movie Productions team members, Danny Larsen, Sani Alibabic, Kalle Ohlsen, Drew Fuller and Joshua Sherman shred onto the Habit. Plus, our own Jordan Morris goes to the rodeo to find out if he’s got what it takes to grab the bull by the horns. Also, correspondent John Cowan went to Whistler, BC to check out the Crankworx bike festival. Danny Larsen’s sponsors include: 32/Etnies, Spy, Whiteout Outerwear, K2, Clast and Sessions Boardshop. Sani Alibabic’s sponsors include: Analog, Burton, X-Double and Clast. Kalle Ohlson’s sponsors include: Vans, Smith, Bataleon, Union Bindings, Neff Headwear and Haze Streetwear. Drew Fuller’s sponsors include: Celsius, IS Eyewear, Sessions, IM Streetwear, Rossignol, Rockwell Timekeepers, Skullcandy and Dakine. Josh Sherman’s sponsors include: Salomon, Smith, Bonfire, Active, Breckenridge, Elm and Drop.
This ones on Methodmag.com
Hell ya Tim!
Amidst the mayhem of booze, cheese, and bad weather at Le Mondial du Snowboard at Les 2 Alpes, France we ran into Flow's freshest meat, Tim Humphreys. After last seasons triumphs at the US Open Big Air and other events, this young rider from New Jersey has been launched to the center stage but found the time to sit down with us and give us his quick two cents on the French, New Jersey, Flow, and what the 08-09 season has in store for him.
Name -Tim Humphreys
Age-20 years old
Hometown- Basking Ridge, New Jersey
Sponsors- Flow, Bolle, Sessions, Eesa, Neff, Skullcandy
How is it that someone from such an unsnowy and dirty place as New Jersey has so much skill?
Well in New Jersey, you learn very quickly not to fall because it's icy and you falling equals you getting hurt, so I think that's why a lot of the east coast guys are so consistent because we learn quickly that falling isn't an option.
Do you have New Jersey Pride?
Oh yea! I mean it's dirty, it's scummy, it has like 3 or 4 of the most dangerous cities in the US, it might have like 108 toxic waste dumps, but you gotta love it. The euros might not know too much about it but they will.
What are you doing in France?
"It's an opening season industry jam" in Les 2 Alpes called the Mondial, some sort of tradeshow contest but the event was cancelled. I was just told I'm going to France and that's it.
What is one good thing about the French?
They have some really good food here. I haven't had one bad meal yet. No matter where I go it always seems to be tasty.
What is one bad thing about the French?
It seems like people here run on French time. Every time I'm supposed to do something in 20 minutes, it ends up being like 2 hours later. Things just seem to move a bit slower here... but hey I hear Spanish time is even worse. This interview is the first thing I have done on time so far.
If you could go back to one country you have been to, which one would it be?
Japan, for sure. That place is the best. They get dumped on super hard and being from New Jersey where you barely get fresh snow it's nice to get 2 meters in a week. It's definitely a nice change.
Do you prefer big comps like the Open or do you prefer a day out with the homies?
I like both, I definitely like riding with my friends but I am a fan of contests, growing up I did a lot of comps and so I feel comfortable and enjoy competing.
What do you have to say to anyone that doubts the Flow binding system or hasn't tried it?
Well if you haven't tried them or doubt them, they should go get a pair, maybe a demo, borrow some and see how they feel and find out what all the hype is about. The NXT AT's are the real nice. While they’re at it they should try a Flow board too. I recommend the Era or the Quantum.
What do you say to the people that are calling you next "Big Man" at Flow?
I'll take it, I'll take it.
So just to wrap things up, what are plans for this season; filming, competitions, girlfriends, pets....
Well I don't have a girlfriend, maybe I'll film some stuff but I'm not really with any film company yet, maybe if someone is looking… hint, hint, I might be available. Definitely have a lot of competitions coming up; the first Dew Tour, some of the (Burton) Opens, I am gonna try to make it to the European Open, definitely the US Open, the Honda sessions, Toyota Big Air, and probably a bunch more that I can squeeze in. I’ve got a list long that is as long as hell of things I'm supposed to be at. I'd like to tell myself I'll spend some time learning new tricks and filming but just seems like I always just end up doing comps.
-Photos by Rami Hanafi
Monday, November 24, 2008
Sessions B4BC Madonna Jacket will be featured on FuelTV tonight.
Monday, November 24th at 6pm PST/9pm EST on Fuel TV and later again that evening at 9pm PST/12am EST.
The show rebroadcasts the following day at 11:30am PST/2:30pm EST and again later at 2:30pm PST/5:30pm EST (however, check local listings in your area is it could vary from location to location). You will therefore have four opportunities to catch the show in a 48-hour period
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Next morning fun
Sick of rails....find some trees. Tap 360 out
Photos: Jeff Hawe
don't have other pics on my computer but check out full story here:
Monday, November 17, 2008
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Saturday, November 8, 2008
Mammoth Opening Week: Harrison Went Home from Ashbury Eyewear on Vimeo.
Friday, November 7, 2008
Kyle Millers version of the best trick in snowboarding
Brett getting his handplant on...
This guy was trying front flips, this one is not going to well!
Nicki V. doing a little trany finding
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
The plan was simple, drive to Mt Rose, hake the ridge and find powder. James and i weren't the only ones with this idea, we arrived around 9 and the parking lot was filling up fast. We quickly laced up our boots as our noses took in the crisp cold air. Not a minute into the hike we ran into Jake Devine, Bendan Hayes and Brandon Dreary. After high fives were thrown we continued up the ridge into a winter wonderland.
A little ways up the trail Jake spotted this hip step down into a pretty deep pocket. After a quick pat down the session was on Front threes and methods were the tricks of the day.
Halfway through the session Brandon Cocard, Tim Eddy, Taylor Carlton and Alex Horgan came hiking up the ridge.
More high fives were tossed around and shortly after got in on the session. After the hip was torn to pieces we moved down and hit every bump, rock, tree and cliff we could find.
It was an epic day and the smile is still on my face. If today is a sign of things to come it will be a winter for the ages!!!!