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Furious Sun – A Serious Fun Production

K2 Skis is happy to present “Furious Sun” the K2 team movie, a Serious Fun Production. Click the link to watch the entire movie for FREE!  Read More >

Furious Sun Trailer

Mountain steeps to the streets of Boston, the K2 Factory Team spent last winter all over the globe, sliding on snow and having some #SeriousFun. The result, Furious Sun. Join the team as they throw it back at Mt. Hood, destroy urban features on the east coast, and chase the snow in Colorado, Utah, and more.

The full movie drops soon. Keep your eyes peeled and until then, party on.

Team K2 – Clayton Vila

One of the most respected skiers in the game, Clayton Vila is known for his crazy urban antics and incredible style. From close-out rails on two story buildings, enormous death gaps on and off of features, wallride transfers, and stairset handrails barren of snow that kink, twist, and turn leaving no margin for error; Clayton does it all with flow and style. Not bad for a kid from Rhode Island. Don’t miss out on this incredible edit from Mr. Vila.

MUTINY

In 2013 Stept Productions embarked on their largest film project to date. After 12 years of producing ski films, Stept is proud to announce their newest feature, “Mutiny”. The film documents progressive young skiers as they commence on a mission around the United States. Using the biggest cities in the country as their playground, the Stept crew sacrifices their health as they continue to redefine street skiing. Groundbreaking action, coupled with an award winning film crew brings a dark and mysterious story to light. Mutiny is intended for a mature audience and is dedicated to exposing the viewer to the raw and unfiltered world of the Stept crew. The films release will coincide with the drop of Stept Fall ’13 apparel line. To pre-order the film and other merchandise, as well as find out more about Stept, please visit www.steptproductions.com. Featured K2 Athletes: Clayton Vila, Cam Riley, Sean Jordan, Shea Flynn, Charlie Owens, and Joey Ciprari.