There aren’t a lot of visuals worth spending money on these days but we’d have to say that as far as snowboard videos go, Jeremy Jones’ “Higher” makes the cut. The man definitely deserves some iTunes money for putting his life on the line (literally) and bringing us some of the gnarliest big mountain descents in snowboard history. Get some more backstory on Jones’ backcountry quest here and download the full length video here.
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At some point in the future scientists are going to need to open up Jeremy Jones’ knees and see just what the hell they are made of. The dude will just not quit. The craziest thing is he just keeps getting radder. Here’s him and an all grown up Mikkel Bang putting in work for Burton Presents, enjoy.
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Pretty excellent prank by Jeremy Lin we have here. He recently traveled to San Francisco to act like a wax statue at Madame Tussauds.
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We showed you the trailer for Jeremy Jones’ insane new film Higher last week, now take a look as he breaks down just how major the production (and risk) was. After a year in edits and a lifetime in the making Higher is poised to be one of the sickest big mountain shred flicks ever made. Jones also explains to Timbo what brought him to ThirtyTwo as the newest member of their team.
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Gnarly backcountry vet Jeremy Jones released the trailer for his new film Higher today. The final installment of his Teton Gravity Research trilogy which included Deeper and Further looks like it might easily be the sickest yet. Now with a family depending on him every risk he takes carries much higher potential consequences. Look for it to premier this fall.
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We took in the latest footwear and apparel collection by Jeremy Scott for adidas Originals as a whole on Tuesday, and now we’re shining the spotlight just on the sneaker side of things. The drop features a stack of silhouettes for the guys and dolls, with the show stealer surely the black and orange JS Tiger, featuring a bendy tail dangling up back. Scott enlists Brooklyn-based artist Kenny Scharf to apply his crazy characters to three of the models, including a hiking boot and a couple of casual canvas low tops. Apparently that hot pink hiking boot is for the boys only, kudos to the real men who can rep such an eye-snatcher. For the girls, the Streetball Platform is the talking point – the blaring colour combo of electric green, orange, yellow and white is enough stimuli overload on its own, but slam the leather upper on a sky-scraping high heel and you’ve got a shoe that looks totally alien. This Saturday, July 12 is the day to hit up your adi-Original retailer if you like any of these.
It has been quite some time since we have seen the quirky stylings of the Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Bones sneaker. Rocked by only the most daring of fashionistas, this all-new multi-coloured release will probably stay in the same crowd, with the shoe another visual spectacle. For those looking to grab themselves a pair, find them now at select adidas Originals accounts, including Oneness.
– Originally published April 1, 2014.