Video Contest Winner No. 3: Ridin’ pow in Breck

It’s time to announce our THIRD winner in the Swany Outdoor Adventure Video Contest. Meet David Zemens of Berkley, Mich. But he’s not skiing the Great Lakes State. David shot this at Breckenridge “a few days after a storm, just cruising some in-bounds pines & sidepow with a handheld follow-cam.” Add some good music and it’s an enjoyable ride.

In his own words: “I’ve been snowboarding for about 15 years but avidly only for the last 4-5 years.  I do most of my riding in Michigan but try to get out West at least once a year with some friends, started taking that trip after graduating from college and that’s what really got me hooked on snowboarding.  There are so many ski resorts I’ve yet to visit, so I can’t say I really have a “favorite” place, but two of the best days we’ve had were at Snowbird (UT) and Grand Targhee (WY).  Looking forward to one day experiencing a real, knee-deep powder day – someday we’ll luck out & get one! Until then – whether it’s local hills, backyard rail jams or real mountains out west – I’m just thankful for any day I get to ride!”

For his efforts, David gets a great pair of Swany Gloves! Have a video that you’d like to enter? Just upload it to YouTube, Vimeo and the like, then send us the URL at swanygloves@gmail.com. That’s all there is to it! Complete rules here.

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