Rails, Chains, Pow: Chris Corning ‘Teal’ collects snowboarders in every single place

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The latest cut from world champion snowboarder Chris Corning is an ode to the joy of riding, from deep in the British Columbia backcountry to the streets of the Midwest.

Six-time world champion in snowboarding Chris Corning has got off to a strong start this season. He and his crew drive ramps, pipes, rails, walls and even chains (and then of course snow) from town to country in this winter movie.

“We’re out here, 11 miles deep. There could be battles today, ”notes Sam Klein. With an intro like this, we knew this cut was going to be exciting – like full of stokes, antennas and painful mislandings.

Filmed and directed by Corning himself, the film highlights the joy of snowboarding in some of the most unique and visual locations in North America.

In the course of the film, 10 other snowboarders show their different riding styles besides Corning and Klein. Whether you’re just starting out or looking to ride the 411 on road rails, this movie is for you.

These drivers and crew bring a stylized millennial lens to tour both the cityscape and the hinterland. “Teal” was beautifully shot in the majestic scenery of Wyoming, Wisconsin, Colorado, Minnesota, Utah, Oregon, and Quebec and it definitely proves the wide variety of features and terrain available for chopping.

“Teal” was filmed in various locations in the US and Canada. The full film can be purchased Here.

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