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A brand new documentary displays on 3 many years of ups, downs, and too many good instances to depend, as Journey Snowboards grew into one of many sport’s most distinguished manufacturers.

In case you’ve been doing something for 30 years, it’s price celebrating. Particularly when “what you’ve been doing” is making a few of the most technologically revolutionary and performance-oriented snowboards offered by anybody on the planet.

Since they began Journey within the ski season of 1992-93, founders Roger Madison, Tim Pogue, and James Salter have been focusing on excessive sports activities athletes with their model.

The trio wished their snowboards on the toes of one of the best snowboarders within the recreation. So that they put collectively an A-team of younger professional athletes to sponsor and began getting their boards on the market.

It’s labored. For the primary few years, the small firm struggled to make sufficient boards to satisfy demand. Individuals have been hungry for Journey boards, and as we speak, they’re one of many best-known and well-respected snowboard makers in the marketplace.

That’s solely a part of the story, although. As one may think, there’s much more to the 3-decade historical past of this firm, buried between 1992 and as we speak — sufficient to make a film about.

Enter “A Little Tough Across the Edges” from Journey Snowboards. It’s a brand new movie from Journey wanting again in any respect the ups and downs the model’s had over its 30 years in enterprise, as informed by dozens of the corporate’s present and former workers and athletes. All of them have been and nonetheless are devoted to the identical frequent purpose, the purpose the corporate’s had since day one: to have a great time.

The movie formally releases on-line in mid-November 2022. However if you wish to see it early, the international premiere (get your tickets now) is on November 2.

Runtime: 3 minutes

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Will Brendza

By Will Brendza

Will Brendza is a author, journalist, {and professional} misfit primarily based out of Boulder, Colorado. Will grew up on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains, reenacting “Survivorman” episodes and learning books like “Hatchet,” “The Monkey Wrench Gang” and “Into the Wild”. He is written on subjects starting from hashish to native information, the atmosphere and, in fact, outside gear and journey. If he is not banging tales out on his laptop, you’ll most likely discover Will snowboarding or mountain biking (relying on the season)—or consuming beer at some distant craft brewery.

Subjects: Snowboarding, Winter

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