Holden Outerwear and their explorer Gray Thompson are a pretty epic combination when if comes to putting out cool stuff. This is a perfect example. Holden launched an on-line journal and Gray put together a wild looking snowboard movie called the Range Of Mystery and talked all about the making behind it.

 

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Why did you make the film? What motivated you?

Nick Russell and I were both feeling an urge to create a piece that broke down some boundaries, pushed ourselves as humans, took us to incredible places, and gave us true creative freedom to sculpt our vision of the ‘adventure-snowboard film.’ For both of us there had always been a void, a black hole — especially in snowboard media, regarding coverage of the style and approach to the kind of snowboarding we share. True free-riding, expedition-style trips, high altitude objectives. It’s a sphere of its own and we really wanted to explore that. The world has such a rich history of climbing and mountaineering in the Great Ranges and obscure locations, we were both motivated by stories born out of that culture. This idea of setting off into the real unknown with only the support of each other.

 

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Click to HOLDEN OUTERWEAR for the feature with Gray Thompson on the Range Of Mystery

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