Brothers Factory Los Bum teaser

These Canadians know how to handle their shit in the streets. Coming off of a banger year with Jamais Vu, les amis du Brothers Factory are coming in hot with some of the heaviest street riding in the world. This one is going to be straight absurdity. This was also shot entirely in the streets, a first for the crew at Brothers Factory.

From Brothers Factory’s Vimeo:

LosBum is a movie about precision in urban snowboarding, about a group of friends who’ve always prioritized snowboarding every day no matter the conditions. Its about showing the world their raw passion and creativity for snowboarding, and doing it with just as much intensity as those on top. We call it LosBum because between each other, we call ourselves bums. We vagabond one way or another wherever the snow takes us. We’re bums in a funny, non-literal way — the kind of bums who sometimes end up fighting a security guard or two who don’t want us to hit a spot, and laughing at ourselves about it after. Snowboard bums, in the best of ways. This movie is Brothers Factory’s first 100% Street movie; no park, no backcountry. We focused on what we do best: bumming in the streets.

We hope you enjoyed our webisodes — this movie is a culmination of those moments plus A++ Grade bangers never before seen for your personal enjoyment!

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