Why It Took Me So Long to Learn How to Turn

Dec 27, 2015 by antti autti Category: Anttisworld 0 comments

Turning is one of the first things a snowboarder learns. Yet to understand its true essence takes much longer.    For me it took ages before I understood how big part of riding is how you turn. As I was just riding park and pipe I didn’t pay attention to it – I took turning […]

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Fresh tracks in Kiwiland

Dec 18, 2015 by antti autti Category: Anttisworld 0 comments

I have been snowboarding the Southern Alps of New Zealand since 2005, first riding superpipe in Snowpark then later exploring the mountains near Wanaka and Queenstown. I’ve seen the ups and downs of southern winters. Down there getting the goods is a waiting game. Last fall was different to all others, because El Nino delivered […]

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FULL PART 2015

Dec 10, 2015 by antti autti Category: Anttisworld 0 comments

We are all products of our environment. In Finland it means that snowboarding in the mountains is almost as rare as catching waves in baltic sea. Not too many people do it. When I was growing up all I wanted to do was to learn new tricks. I hated watching big mountain riding & I […]

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Fun in Sweden

Nov 20, 2015 by antti autti Category: Anttisworld 0 comments

Northern Sweden is the bomb! It has some of the funnest terrain in Scandinavia. Past winter I spent over a month exploring mountains in between Abisko & Riksgränsen. ¨Riks¨ is legendary place for transition riding & holds this status for a reason. It is where the most legendary backside air in history of snowboarding happened […]

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SLASHING IS THE BEST

Nov 07, 2015 by antti autti Category: Anttisworld 0 comments

There is no better trick in the book than creating a slash! You can do it almost anywhere no matter what snow conditions are. But when you do it in silky soft powder you will most likely ride out with smile in your face! Here David Djite pretty much sums up why people go snowboarding […]

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