The 2015 sled film teasers from the big production companies are out now, and they’ve left us dying to see the full-length films. For that we’ll have to wait a little while longer, but in the meantime, here they are all in one place to satisfy your cold weather cravings.
From what we can tell, it looks like the filmmakers have really upped the production value of their offerings this year with some pretty slick looking cuts.
And it doesn’t take long to see that they athletes have continued to push the boundaries of what is possible on a sled, despite poor conditions throughout most of the continent last season.
So sit back and take a little time out of your day to enjoy a taste of some of last winter’s top-shelf mountain sledding action.
We thought hot flashes were associated with menopause, but it turns out it’s a condition that affects sledders in August. The symptoms are feelings of excessive heat, profuse sweating, restlessness, inability to stay focused and the overarching desire to watch a sled film.
In order to satisfy your appetite, here—in one … Read More
But man, it sure is tough holding off and waiting patiently for another storm or two to pass when your newsfeed is full of shots of guys getting out and pulling donuts in what certainly ‘looks’ like bottomless pow. But the smart guys on the couch know that anyone can find a deep pocket for one picture. And the boisterous claims of “4 feet of bottomless!!” mean that in truth there is probably only half that much snowpack and without a doubt it has a bottom made up of sled-part-wrecking rocks.Read More
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