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SPY + The Seventh Letter + Dabs Myla Platoon

Spy keeps the artist collaboration goggle rolling with a new goggle produced in cooperation with The Seventh Letter and Dabs Myla. Crafted by the master painting duo dubbed Dabs Myla, the couple lent their cheeky illustration style to the Platoon in their own distinctive way by smothering it in America’s favorite pastime—hot dogs and donuts. […]

Mike McEwen, Val Sweeting win Canada Cup curling titles

Skips Val Sweeting of Edmonton and Winnipeg's Mike McEwen both won their respective Canada Cup culing titles on Sunday in Camrose, Alta.

Mike McEwen beats Brad Jacobs to win Canada Cup curling event

Winnipeg's Mike McEwen broke out to a big lead early and never trailed en route to defeating Olympic Gold medallist Brad Jacobs 8-3 in Sunday's men's final of the Canada Cup.

Sweeting defeats Homan in Canada Cup final

Edmonton's Val Sweeting scored a deuce in the ninth end and earned a steal in the 10th to win curling's Canada Cup on Sunday with a 6-3 victory over Ottawa's Rachel Homan.

Mike McEwen, Val Sweeting advance to Canada Cup curling finals

Winnipeg's Mike McEwen used the hammer in the 11th end to score one and defeat Glenn Howard of Penetanguishene, Ont. 5-4 in the men's semifinal at the Canada Cup curling tournament on Saturday night.

Val Sweeting advances to curling's Canada Cup final

Edmonton's Val Sweeting advanced to the women's final at the Canada Cup curling tournament after edging Heather Nedohin of Sherwood Park, Alta., 7-6 on Saturday.

Jones falls to Homan in Canada Cup round-robin

Ottawa's Rachel Homan improved to 5-1 in round-robin play at the Canada Cup curling tournament with a 9-4 victory over Olympic champion Jennifer Jones on Friday night.

Jacobs, Jones in playoff hunt at Canada Cup

Olympic curling champions Brad Jacobs and Jennifer Jones escaped with extra-end victories Friday to remain inthe playoff hunt at the Home Hardware Canada Cup.

12 Days Of Gifts Day 5: Dakine Ally Pack

Sometimes getting someone geared up for the backcountry can be both time consuming and expensive, however, Dakine will get you half the way there with their Ally 11L snowboard pack. Not only does it feature 11 liters (660 cubic inches) of packing space and an insulated hydration sleeve, it comes loaded with an SC shovel […]

Help Chris Brunkhart & Win A Harley (Maybe)

To help snowboard photographer Chris Brunkhart and his on-going battle with stage four colon cancer, Laguna Beach, California’s AR4T Gallery is selling 200 copies of Brunkhart’s amazing collection of snowboard photography How Many Dreams In The Dark for $100 each. Up until December 15th, when you purchase the book for $100 you are given a […]

12 Days Of Gifts Day 3: Spy Bravo Goggle

Don’t be fooled. Everyone needs a new pair of goggles. That old pair that you think is all good just spent the summer packed up and crushed in a dank snowboard bag. Most likely been mangled in the process. That’s why these Spy Bravos may be the perfect gift for the 2014-15 season. The Bravo […]

Newsflash: Jed Anderson Is Crazy Loco

Seems Salomon’s Jed Anderson is making the rounds these days with his wild antics both on and off the snow. Here are some of Mr. Anderson’s finer moments of skate and snow footage from last year. Sorry, while there’s lots of high-fives and bro hugging there is no boy kissing included in this edit.

Victor De Le Rue On The Search

More snow shred action from Rip Curl, Absinthe Films, and Victor De Le Rue. Victor DE LE RUE is an amazing rider who raised his riding skills to another level last season. Riding steep icy lines, massive kickers in the BC or simply playing with natural terrain in Alaska, Victor can do it all. Yes, […]

Oli Gagnon’s Hoopsnake Video Premiere

We’re always interested in people’s side project (wonder why?). And snow photographer Oli Gagnon has a great one–drumming in the “doom metal” band Hoopsnake. This is their first music video titled Curse of the White Widow. It has all the key elements: heavy bass, banging drums, strangulation, decapitation, masturbation, amputation, cannibalism, and a zombie. But […]

12 Days of Xmas Day 2: Stance Wittlake

We’ve never been all that hyped on getting socks for Christmas, but that was before we slipped into these Stance Wittlake five-toe compression socks. These things are designed for snowboarding, but once our feet were in them we realized they’re pretty good for everything from kicking around the house, to rolling skateparks in the winter. […]

12 Days of Xmas Day 1: Byrd Dopp Bag

The traveling shred always needs to look good, and looking good these days requires some gear. The best way we’ve found to carry our “intimate items” around is in this bullet proof Byrd Dopp Bag. This slick travel kit is sized to carry and protect all your personal travel items. Constructed from durable tarpaulin material […]

A Great White North Powder Reminder

The West is currently getting pummeled by its first real winter storm of the 14-15 season and the snow is beginning to pile up (we know, everyone else already got theirs). So as a reminder for what it’s going to be like tomorrow morning, here’s a little taste of the Canadian Chronicles with Zeal Optics […]

McEwen defeats Jacobs in the National curling final

Mike McEwen claimed the National final of the Grand Slam of Curling after defeating Olympic champion Brad Jacobs 5-2.

Jacobs, McEwen to meet in Grand Slam of Curling final

Brad Jacobs and Mike McEwen will meet in the Grand Slam of Curling National final after winning their semifinal draws on Saturday.

Carruthers remains undefeated at Grand Slam of Curling

Reid Carruthers extended his undefeated streak at the Grand Slam of Curling National to 5 after a commanding 9-2 victory over the previously undefeated Brendan Bottcher.

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