Standard Films’ 2012 Contour POV footage

Standard Films 2112 Contour POV footage edit featuring Frederik Kalbermatten, Mathieu Crepel, Kimmy Fasani and Chas Guldemond

ORDER 2112 DVD & BLU-RAY NOW at https://www.standardfilms.com

From the ashes of our uncertain times rises the 21st movie in the legendary TB series: 2112. In this all-HD epic, Standard Films showcases snowboarding’s future with new riders, new spots, and next gen thinking. This full spectrum action film will force you to readjust your parameters for speed and spin as it carries you from the immense mountains of Alaska to the frozen streets of Scandinavia. Turn up the volume. Get fired up. And shred your future away…

Starring: Mathieu Crepel, Frederik Kalbermatten, Gulli Gudmundsson, Ethan Morgan
Xavier De Le Rue, Tim Humphreys, Nils Ardvisson, Kimmy Fasani, Victor De Le Rue
Chas Guldemond, Anne-Flore Marxer

Filmed on location: Iceland, Norway, Austria, Sweden, Washington, Red Mountain BC
Whistler BC, Alpine Meadows, Northstar, Mammoth Mountain, Haines, Alaska

Sponsors: Burton, GNU, Oakley, Nike, Quiksilver, Billabong, The North Face, Bataleon
Flow, Contour, Under Armour, Rip Curl, Swatch, Squaw Valley
Rossignol, Buff, Valhalla Design, Alpine Meadows

Media Partners: Snowboarder Magazine, Onboard Magazine,Transworld Japan Magazine

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