Wasted Youth Presents: The Sequel

After a breakthrough year with their first full-length film, the Wasted Youth crew out of Revelstoke has made their triumphant return with their new film, The Sequel. From high-alpine peaks to the streets, this DIY crew film packed with both amateurs and pros alike is not to be slept on.

Featuring riding from Keith Martin, Dozer, Taylor Roberts, Seb Grondin, Chris Boyd, Ben Bilocq, Jess Kimura, Sean Barrett, Chris Curran, Johan Rosen, and friends.

Watch also: Snackbreak Presents: Pound Town Pleasures 2017 featuring Wasted Youth


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The movie the New York Times has so far been tight-lipped about, WASTED YOUTH: The Sequel, is a raw and gritty look into the lives of the Revelstoke snowboard crew. Having made a name for themselves as being tree-burning-cigarette-smoking-whisky-drinking-red-neck snowboarders, they have once again pushed the limits of DIY snowboard film-making. After the success of their first full-length snowboard movie, WASTED YOUTH had nowhere to go but down. Fortunately for themselves and their fans they have managed to once again raise the bar on what is considered “decent snowboarding”. This movie will surely be remembered by someone, somewhere for something; probably not for the snowboarding though.

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