Volcom Snowboarding presents Mr. Plant trailer

Volcom Snowboarding is once again adding to its incredible library of shred flicks, with New Hampshire Dirt Pat Moore coming in with the latest installment. Based on the travels of snowboarding’s favorite redhead, Mr. Plant brings together the entire Volcom Snowboarding team on a journey of fast times and high consequence. We have a feeling that Mr. Plant will quickly grow into one of our favorites in the Volcom collection.

Watch also: Volcom Stone Presents Veeco: A Volcom Filmmaking Documentary

From Volcom via YouTube:

An ever-growing personality fed by snow, sun and friends. Adjusting to this environment. Always growing, but always rooted. Staying True…

Starring: Pat Moore, Curtis Ciszek, Scott Blum, Bryan Iguchi, Seth Huot, Jamie Lynn, Zach Normandin, Elena Hight, Hunter Wood, Mike Rav, Terje Haakonsen, Arthur Longo, Jake Welch and friends

Volcom Stone presents “Mr. Plant,” a Veeco Film production based on the travels of snowboarder and New Hampshire backwoodsman Pat Moore. Follow Pat as he spends a season traveling around the world with the rest of the Volcom Snow family, friends and icons.

Filmed by Seth Huot and Jake Price, featuring art by Jamie Lynn and Mike Aho, and shot on location in Jackson Hole, Japan, Quebec, Massachusetts and Minnesota, the film unfolds across the map to arrive at the only destination that really matters: Staying true to snowboarding.

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