Greener Pastures Offshore – Teaser 1

Greener Pastures Offshore – Teaser 1

Greener Pastures Offshore – Teaser 1

We’ve been Offshore for almost two weeks and we thought it was time to show you a bit of of this shredding paradise!

We still need your help to make this happen, check out our Indiegogo Campaign and have a look at all the great options we have for you, or just share this page on your social networks, every little help counts!

 

Please support us through this link indiegogo.com/greenerpastures

Greener Pastures is a high quality online web-series, which represents top international riders and core industry brand sponsors together, with no bias. This allows for uninhibited cooperation between riders. It’s this sense of community and cooperation that’s at the heart of contemporary longboarding.

Greener Pastures, Switzerland has become an international favourite since fall 2011. We have reached +900,000 views combined on the Greener Pastures and all sponsor channels through YouTube & Vimeo. The project has received widespread recognition from various media sources in print, online and radio. Our thanks to those who promoted Greener Pastures. These companies and lovely individuals are listed above.

Greener Pastures, Offshore brings together a new talented crew in another unique uncaptured location ideal for skateboarding. The goals of the project remain, to highlight new perspectives of this developing sport, open opportunities for riders, allow the industry to collaborate on one major film project, skate the best roads in the world with the most talented riders, and showcase individual rider styles and personalities.

 

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Greener Pastures looks to communicate this extraordinary new and vibrant identity representing all companies together, presented in an unbiased fashion. It is this type of unity that will allow for an uninhibited cooperation between riders. It is this sense of community and cooperation that is at the heart of the contemporary longboarding identity.

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