Within the paths we take when driven by snowboarding, skateboarding, surfing, art, etc. is so much possibility. The turns we make are truly the foundation for something much larger; the inherent enjoyment is a catalyst for pushing through the expected, connecting with others, discovering new places–from community to activism to art to sustainability, snowboarding (along with skating and surfing) has the possibility to ignite so much. In FABRIC, Robin Van Gyn, FBRC Media, and Happy Okay Films share the stories of a group of athletes, artists, and activists whose drive to make change is built upon the their love for standing sideways. Stay tuned for the five-part series dropping this fall and in the meantime, follow @our.fabric on Instagram for more.

From FBRC Media:

A first-of-its-kind documentary series chronicling a group of athletes, artists, and activists across snowboarding, surfing, and skateboarding, FABRIC is a five-part series that illustrates what’s possible when sport is leveraged as a vehicle to affect fundamental change.

Each of the five episodes is centered around a specific theme—from Knowledge and Adaptation to Activism, Cultural Heritage, and Community—and showcases a group of groundbreaking humans united by their connections to people, place, and pursuit.

Coming Winter 2022, Fabric is a five-part film series presented by Happy Okay Films and FBRC Media, created by Robin Van Gyn.

Supported by Yeti, Arc’Teryx, Ford Bronco, @roxy, Sierra Nevada, Spark R&D, @evo, Sanuk, Burton, Backcountry Access, Billabong, Lib Tech, and @ikonpass.