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Must be nice is DC’s latest snowboarding movie, and it includes Devun Walsh, Iikka Backstrom, Lauri Heiskari, Torstein Horgmo, Aaron Biitner, Ryan Tiene & Anto Chamberland.

I have tried to list as much of the gear that they are using from the movie here, but if you see any items (especially jackets) that you know the brand/model off, let me know in the comments, and I will add it to the page.

Torstein Horgmo

Snowboards:

dc torstein se snowboard

DC Torstein SE Snowboard

dc ply snowboard

DC PLY snowboard

dc mega snowboard

DC Mega snowboard

Boots:

dc torstein terrain snowboard boots

DC Torstein Terrain snowboard boots

 

Devun Walsh

Snowboard:

Devun Walsh DC Snowboard dc devun walsh pro model snowboard

DC Devun Pro Snowboard

Jacket:

dc servo 13 jacket

DC Servo 13 Jacket

Pants:

dc recon pants

DC Recon pants

dc banshee pants blue

DC Banshee pants

Boots:

dc ceptor boots

DC Ceptor Boots

 

Lauri Heiskari

Snowboard:

dc tone lauri snowboard

DC Tone Lauri Pro model

Jacket:

dc wishbone jacket

DC Wishbone jacket

Pants:

dc recon pants

DC Recon pants

Boots:

dc ceptor boots

DC Ceptor Boots

 

Anto Chamberland

Snowboard:

dc tone snowboard

DC Tone snowboard

Pants:

dc code pants

DC Code pants

Ryan Tiene

Snowboard:

dc ply snowboard

DC PLY snowboard

Aaron Biittner

Snowboard:

dc biittner pro model snowboard

DC Biittner SE Snowboard

Jacket:

dc ripley jacket

DC Ripley jacket

Pants:

dc recon pants

DC Recon pants

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RidersHalldor Helgason, Ulrik, Matt, Ethan, Takahiro Ishida

Camera King/Editor – Johannes Brenning

Music – Pusha T feat Tyler the Creator – Trouble on my mind

I love this edit, great riding, smooth filming and and soundtrack suits it perfectly.

In most of the helgasons.com videos, they go big, and in Keystone the movie it is no exception.

Halldor has three standout tricks, (what I think is a) backside 5 with a late shifty, hand drag over a rainbow rail (2:49), and his lobster flip.

The filming is super nice, follow cams are steady, and from the shadows it looks like an SLR camera with a mic and a handle to help steady the shots out. Some of the POV/handheld shots look like they are taken with a GoPro on a short pole.

I love seeing edits with the majority filmed with a steady SLR, and planned shots. The big kicker shots in this edit are filmed from way up at the top of the jump line, as well as on the knuckle. Having that combination of angles makes it much easier to understand the speed, size and how technical the tricks are.