Random Video presents Matteo Borgardt

by davidelp 4 January 2011

Random just published a new clip to present the riders of  Too Much Too Serious.

The new clip is dedicated to Matteo Borgardt aka Whatza, an American snowboarder grown up between California and Colorado. Whatza decided to settle in Italy after a short trip in the Alps.

It seems that he feels comfortable around here.

Random Video presents Lukas Goller

by davidelp 4 January 2011

The guys at Random Video spend most of the year closely with Lukas and Watza. I assume they spend more time with them than with their girlfriends.
At the end of the year everything summarizes in a three minute videopart, that are often not enough to tell the whole story.
This is why Random adds the “Random Presents” clips: 45 seconds with the riders featured in Too Much Too Serious. Here’s the clip dedicated to Lukas Goller.

p.s. Lukas has also designed with Andrea Vecchi the snowear bastard 2010 collection. Keep up the good work Luki!

Random Video at bastard store

by davidelp 4 January 2011

Matteo Borgardt, a.k.a. Whatza, back from his spiritual trip around India, just came by to say what’s up. He showed up with Alessandro Miniotti, a.k.a. Killer, deus ex machina of Random Video.

Killer gave us the last few copies available of Too Much Too Serious, italian snowboard movie produced by Random Video, with two terrific videoparts by Whatza and Lukas Goller along with Tato Chiala, Lorenzo Barbieri and Filippo Kratter, just to mention a few. If you didn’t see yet come to the bastard store to grab your own copy, it comes for free with the november issue of Sequence.

As a reward, we gave Killer a brand new Degree jacket so that he can stay warm and protected during the filming sessions for the next video.

Lazy instructors

by davidelp 4 January 2011

Ermanno and Fabio, snowboard instructors for Ne.w Snowboard, chose bastard snowear and Electric goggles.

They’ve found particularly suitable for the job the Goja and Degree jackets with the Cargo pants, which resisted flawlessly to last weekend’s snow storms.