The Arbor team visited this Bighorned, Tetoned state during the winter of 2014, saw some of these giant, beautiful Buffalo, did some backcountry boarding, and bagged some banger backside bombholes. Don’t believe me? Just watch the video.
“Curtis Woodman’s pursuit of the purest of snowboarding joys, found deep in plentiful powder and laid out turns, has brought him to a variety of high peaks and each time Curtis drops in, he has combined agile pokes and tweaks with sweeping arcs, hefty drops, and narrow passages.
Curtis Woodman is an individual to the fullest extent. It’s difficult to define Curtis as both his snowboarding and personality fall outside of any societal preconceptions or stereotypes. He picks his own line down the mountain and hides in the white room most of the winter. We’ve been lucky enough to get a glimpse into the mind of Curtis through his Surf The Earth video series this past winter. And now, without further ado, Curtis presents the culmination of all his hard work from last season in his Surf The Earth – Full Part.
Curtis Woodman’s Surf the Earth Episode 3 is filled with Tahoe, Jackson Hole and Washington big mountain pillows and powder in this most excellent season ender. It’s complete with a host of Curtis’s big mountain shredding friends including Erik Leon and Joe Bosler. Surf it!
Surfing the earth is about getting barreled and having as much fun with your friends as u possibly can. It’s a never ending search for the ever changing white wave. Join Curtis Woodman, Kevin Jones and Sammy Luebke as they get barreled in episode 2.
Surfing the earth is about getting barreled and having as much fun with your friends as u possibly can. It’s a never ending search for the ever changing white wave. Join Curtis Woodman, Erik Leon and Sammy Luebke as they get barreled in episode 1.
The new Arbor Snowboards movie…I mean Think Thank movie features, count them, four Arbor riders including Nick Visconti, Curtis Woodman, Sean Black and Brandon Hammid.
Curtis Woodman is an individual to the fullest extent. It’s difficult to define Curtis as both his snowboarding and personality fall outside of any societal preconceptions or stereotypes. He picks his own line down the mountain and hides in the white room most of the winter. We’ve been lucky enough to get a glimpse into the mind of Curtis through his Surf The Earth video series over the past few months.
“Where The Wild Went” is a new short film series that explores passionate people, places, attitudes, styles, and mindsets littered throughout the snowboard community.
Think Think releases Primary Parts Hammers with some definite hammers from Arbor riders, Brandon Hammid, Curtis Woodman and Sean Black.
It was a weird winter in Montana… Big Buffarooo was sad, Rir Buffarooo was mad, but the bro’s were glad cause boarding was had!
the Windells summer snowboard camp session 4 video recap has a lot of Curtis Woodman and Nick Visconti and that’s because they were going camp crazy during their signature session. Enjoy the recap and don’t miss it next year. Session 4, 2012: Snowboarding from Windells on Vimeo.
Arron Robinson didn’t ride for Arbor but that doesn’t matter, he was a big part of the snowboarding community and a big part of the lives of many on the Arbor team. A memorial lap was held for him during a Windells signature session that included Nick Visconti, Curtis Woodman, Stevie Bell and Aaron’s brother, Jason Robinson. This is to remember him and remind everyone that this is a dangerous sport we participate in. Please stay safe out there.
Arbor Snowboards team rider, Curtis Woodman is known for his backcountry skills and his famous line “Surf The Earth.” find out what this means to him and why he loves spending his days in the powder packed backcountry in this teaser for the new Think Thanks Movie, Mind The Video Man.
Brandon Hammid, Sammy Spiteri, Erik Leon, Joe Bosler, Pat Reddy, Scotty Vine, Nick Visconti and Curtis Woodman come together at Snowboarder Magazine’s Superpark 16 for some good times shredding. This is the offical Battle of the Brands edit that made it to the final round.
Arbor snowboard team rider, Curtis Woodman snags a few pipe shots in Woodward Tahoe and Boreal’s session 2 video. That’s right kids there is still a snowboard park open in the Tahoe area.
It’s raw, it’s self-made, it’s snowboarding and Curtis Woodman is exploring and destroying anything and everything he can find in this the lost year of snowboarding. Splitboarding, hiking, finding it and dropping, slashing and tearing it up. Get rattled and get rad.
Talk about a tease…the new Think Thank movie doesn’t drop until next Fall and yet they already have a teaser video out to get you pumped. The new movie is to be titled Mind The Video Man and it features three Arbor riders including Curtis Woodman, Sean Black and Brandon Hammid. This movie is going
Arbor Snowboards is proud to welcome Curtis Woodman to their snowboard team. Woodman was born in Sacramento, California and currently resides in Truckee, California. “I’ve been a Curtis Woodman fan since the Neoproto days and I’m fired up to be working with him now,” says Arbor team director, Brad Farmer. “Curtis has a snowboarding ability
The Arbor snowboard team has been revamped and you can look for an updated team page coming real soon that will lay out the details. In the meantime, we have several new riders who are in this new snowboard movie from bHappy, Happy Days. Arbor riders, Curtis Woodman, Nick Visconti, Sammy Spiteri (with the ender
It’s been a tough summer up at Mt. Hood with by far more rainy days then sunny days. So it’s lucky that several of the Arbor team riders including Nick Visconti, Curtis Woodman and Sammy Spiteri have been at Windells because they have a indoor skate park.
Windells session 4 sure was a blast, and how could it not have been with the likes of Nick Visconti, Curtis Woodman and friends, Jason Robinson and Stevie Bell hanging around. The single largest and longest knockout games ever recorded went down, some pretty incredible skate sessions happened in BOB and the Concrete Jungle and
Windells Session #4 2011 is a wrap! Actually, better said it has been unwrapped. With campers coming in from Europe, The Americas and California, Session 4 hit the record books. Mary Walsh, Windells athlete director, said “this is the best session Windells has ever had since I have been here.” The magic recipe was a
Tahoe Dangerzone is back with Arbor Snowboards team riders, Curtis Woodman, Nick Visconti, and Brent Oftedal skate and snow shred the Crepe’s out of France for a Japan Relief Fundraiser called Kumi Yama. It’s better than French Fries.
One of Arbor’s newest snow team riders, Sammy Spiteri is up at Windells summer snowboard camp at Mt. Hood just crushing it on a daily basis. Check out his shots in Windells latest video edit. If he keeps being good, we might even get him a profile on our website. Watch out Sammy, Nick Visconti
Some dudes on some Arbor snowboards including Sami Spiteri, Nick Visconti, Brent Oftedal and Curtis Woodman are featured in this new snowboard movie from bHappy Films titled Happy Days. Check out the teaser for the movie that due to be released this summer. It’s cool…
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