The Video Round Up is a new series highlighting videos and multimedia content that caught our eyes. Getting stoked on travel, good food, and extreme sports is best when shared with friends, so we’ll be posting a bi-weekly series on our favorite videos we find from every corner of the web. Have a tip or some awesome footage? Shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
This past weekend we attended the Powder Awards in Salt lake City. Honoring the best action of the year in skiing, the Awards Show is one of the best parties in the action sports world. While the most prestigious award of the night is Movie of the Year, the real winner was skier, Angel Collinson. She ended up winning the Powder Poll, Best Female Performance, and Best Line (the first female to do so). We recommend you head over to Powder’s Youtube channel and check out all the action.
Gen Shimizu founded Yama Mountain Gear to cater to long distance backpackers. He has completed the Appalachian Trail, rode the Great Divide Route – on a unicycle! – and is chipping away at the Pacific Crest Trail. His philosophy on learning what each trail has to teach a hiker, and to just enjoy nature is a great lesson for all of us to learn. We expect more great things to come from his line up of top notch gear.
This beautifully filmed short explores a months long journey through Peru and Bolivia. Each shot is a short window into life in parts South. After watching it through a couple of times, we are suddenly planning a long trip to South America for some exploring.
Founded by brothers Sam and Liam Fayed in 2008, Bespoken is quickly becoming a force to be wreckoned with in men’s fashion. Their Fall/Winter line this year puts the brothers’ personal touches on cold weather classics. They’ve also got a curated Gift Guide of their own, should you need some inspiration for ther stylish gentleman on your list.
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