Tag: Xavier de le Rue
Check out Xavier De Le Rue and friends as they travel the globe searching for ever-new and challenging big mountain lines in TimeLine Films latest full movie release “White Noise.”
One of our favorite backcountry riders Xavier De Le Rue presents us with a teaser for his 2012 snowboarding flick “White Noise.” While shining a more introspective light on his feelings around his death-defying snowboarding antics, he also provides a heaping spoonful of them. Check it.
Check out Xavier de Le Rue and Lucas Debari scoping out newer and more dangerous lines in Season 2, Episode 2 of the TimeLine video series. Seriously? Climbing up a near-vertical ice face just to snowboard down it? These guys are insane. Check it out.
Have you ever been on a black diamond or a double black diamond run, and had the feeling like “oh shit, a helicopter is going to have to come get me because there’s no way I’m getting down that?” Well, prepare to feel that feeling on damn near every run that Xavier De Le Rue does in his latest full movie release for “This Is My Winter.” For those of you who are unfamiliar with Xavier, he is a French big-mountain snowboarder who tackles some of the hairiest lines we’ve ever seen done on a snowboard (i.e. snowboarding down a frozen waterfall @ 6:57, haha.) Check it out…
If you’re a fan of leaving the chairlift behind and snowshoeing/hiking/climbing to find your lines, then this video is for you. Starring a host of Teton Gravity Research‘s heavy hitters, to the likes of Terje Haakonsen, Xavier De Le Rue, DCP, Nicolas Müller, Lucas Debari, and Ryland Bell, this video is already giving me that “looking down a steep line” feeling. Check it out (full-screen 1080p recommended).
Get schooled by Rossignol International team rider and Snowboard Magazines “Big Mountain Rider of the Year” Xavier de le Rue on how to correctly fashion a splitboard. Then hop over to Splitboard.com for kits, material lists, and other important information (i.e. know as much as you can about making a splitboard before you take a circular saw to your board)
For the TimeLine online video series this last winter, professional snowboarder Xavier de le Rue and cameraman Guido Perrini had the privilege to travel to some of the worlds most exotic snowboarding locations, to film and ride some of the worlds most exotic terrain. Yet while watching the videos in the series, you tend to focus more on the gnarly slopes that Xavier is shredding down, and less on the natural beauty of his surroundings. But Luckily for us, cameraman Guido Perrini kept his lens open on and off the slopes, and ended up taking some phenomenal mountain time-lapse shots that look as if they belong in a National Geographic documentary. Best viewed in HD, and in Theatre/Full-Screen mode. Check it out…