Nothing To Prove : Full-length Movie from TransWorld SNOWboarding

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Nothing To Prove : Full Movie Part 1 & 2

Nothing To Prove : Full Movie : Part One

Nothing To Prove part one tells the stories of the early season and mid season through the eyes of the Celtek Gloves crew. The movie kicks off with all the homies hanging out at Bjorn Leines house to ride his Jib Farm. Which is a DIY snowboard park set up in a field on his property. The features in the Jib Farm are mostly scrap metal tubes, water drums, and old machines which are all great for jibbing. Once the big storms come during the mid season the crew focuses its attention on the streets. Everything is going well and everyone is stacking shots until a few key members of the team are taken out by a series of injuries. Which leaves it up to the am team to deliver on producing clips. And deliver they all do as the last four minutes of part one is heater after heater of heavy tricks.

Nothing To Prove : Full Movie : Part Two

Nothing To Prove part two tells the stories of snowboarding in Utah through the eyes of the Celtek Gloves crew. After getting their fill of street riding in part one the crew packed up their bags and headed off to Utah in search of more shred. Once in Utah they meet up with snowboarders Chris Grenier, Griffen Sibert, and Sam Taxwood for some resort riding. But then the snow fell and there was powder to be ridden. Bjorn Leines returned after his injury and headed into the backcountry with Chris Grenier, Aaron Biittner, Randy Vannurden, and Krister Ralles. Where the boys lay waste to all kinds of backcountry features.

Once the snow dried up it was time for the holy bowly. Cale Zima, Brandon Hammid, Ted Borland, Deadlung, Bode Merrill, Ben Bilodeau, Erik Leines, Lucas Magoon, Kazu Kokubo, and a few more made their way out of the woodwork to compete in the contest. The movie ends with some more backcountry riding from Bjorn Leines, Chris Grenier, Aaron Biittner, and Krister Ralles.

 

 


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