Video Bomb: A collection of videos to blow up your week

Finally, summer is here! Enjoy some epic shred videos to get you through to next season as well as our weekly collection of funny videos we find ourselves watching time and time again.

Enjoy!

Have some videos that you think are worthy of an appearance in Video Bomb? We want to see what you've got! Send your ideas to jon@snowboard-mag.com, or hit up @Snowboardmag on Twitter with the hashtag #VideoBomb. 

Shred Videos

Livin Louie Vito episode 12: US Grand Prix at Mammoth

 

 

Every Third Thursday: Build Your Own (Snow)Board

Full Part: Terje Haakonsen in Burton's "Standing Sideways"

 

Grilosode episode 8 – Spring time shredding!

 

 

So-Gnar: Summer shredding at Woodward Copper part 1

 

Fridays at Fonna episode 3

Best of the Rest

2012 Frendly Gathering recap video

 

 

YESnowboards: Oldschool squamish fun with guns!

Hilarious shake weight prank

 

 

The coolest backyard waterslide setup ever

 

 

Amazing downhill backflip skills

 

 

We want one of these for the office

 

 

Fat cat on an underwater treadmill – Why not?

 

Still trying to pass more time 'till 5pm? Check out last week's Video Bomb right here.

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