Neff Snow Team Rider Brandon Davis slides around Woodward Copper with friends in the summer heat..
Kay, let’s count ’em off, shall we? Frontside full-rotation, check; f/s alley-oop, check; f/s stalefish reverse, check; f/s inverted double-grab reverse, check. And that’s just the aerials. That’s not even counting his incredibly explosive turns and uncanny barrel jive. Spoiler alert: that nuts ride from North Point earlier this year — that’s in here, too. Why wouldn’t it be?
Our favorite South African is at it again with some clips from all over the globe. Don’t miss his most recent edit, PLAY.
Footage and Edit by Nick Green
Mammoth Mtn California lived up to its name this year for Snowboarder Mag’s Superpark 20. All the features were MAMMOTH indeed! Halldor Helgason, Tim Humphreys, Brandon Davis and many more of the Neff crew were there to session Superparks giant jumps.
The weather controlled the week with the tailing bits of El Nino dropping scattered snow and rain showers all week leaving all the riders anxious to hit the jumps but only able to session during windows of sunlight and visibility. Halldor Helgason, Tim Humphreys, Brandon Davis, Aspen Weaver, Ian Thorley and many others from the Neff crew were able to take full advantage of those windows and put down some hammers that Wojtek Targosz and Ethan Stone captured for our enjoyment. Take a look, read and watch as some massive air was had at Superpark 20!
The summer X Games were in full effect this weekend in Austin. Our friends from Disney Style were there to help celebrate the new Disney collection by Neff! The highly successful collaboration gets a face lift this summer with all new apparel and accessories.
Among the Skateboarding Big Air and Moto X Freestyle competitions were incredible art installations, interactive booths, and tons of free giveaways. But Mickey Mouse made one of the biggest impacts at the festival, and the fans absolutely loved it (who wouldn’t?)! We created a Mickey Art House filled with products from the new Disney collection, and also had a DJ spinning beats with breakdancers. The Mickey Art House was held up by Mickey graphic-painted walls that served as the perfect photo-op for guests.
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Halldor Helgason, Tim Humphreys and Brandon Davis did the 4am wake up to hit Superpark 20 to hit possibly the biggest park jump of all time… If you’re going to watch one snow edit this week, this should be it.
Cool enough for the kind of headwear? Pharrell was seen wearing a pink Daily Beanie yesterday and throughout the night on the hit television show, The Voice.
Check out NEFF X Skate Aid! As the official Headwear partner of Skate Aid, a foundation that supports children in conflict and deprivation by bringing skateboarding to their communities, we have created an exclusive hat to help aid the children in these areas. A percentage of each NEFF X Skate Aid hat sold is put towards the Skate Aid programs.
Skate Aid has just opened a new skate park in Rwanda this month! Proceeds from the collaboration NEFF Headwear has done, has helped fund the park. Additionally NEFF has also provided other NEFF gear to contribute to the opening and which gave the children more than expected. Check out the photos below at how sick this skate park turned out!
If you have 4 minutes today to watch one thing – this should be it. Gum wrapper grills, rap music, slush, weird tricks…ya just watch
Imagine these same turns in 10 years! This kid has a lethal backhand. Tony Nuñez at his home brea, Honolua Bay.
Neff headwear company launched in 2002, initially selling accessories for snowboarders and skateboarders—think beanies, sweatbands and hats. Now at 14, and with a broader selection of accessories, the company has established solid street cred after being sported by some of the hippest millennial celebs—Kate Upton, Wiz Khalifa, Scarlett Johansson and Lil Wayne, to name a few. Neff is based in Camarillo, Calif., in an office they’ve dubbed the “USS Neff” that is full of inspiration, artwork and a Ping-Pong table. “When we bought the building, we wanted to completely transform it to be very open,” said founder and CEO Shaun Neff. “We built it with all glass to encourage community and give employees a place where they could easily work together. Overall we wanted an office vibe that says this is a dope brand that creates dope ideas.” Read the rest here.