ICEBREAKERS: Episode I Trailer

Joel Stevenson, Mads Jonsson & Jeffrey Michael Roussel in a sick episode coming soon... 4K trailer here.

Surf , snowbording , lifestyle episodes about different countries, different cultures ,different people and one passion.. (To watch the video in 4K (UHD) quality don't forget to choose 4K option in HD settings in the lower right corner.)

"Episode I will be from Norway. To shoot this short story we crossed the whole Norway and spent nearly two months in anticipation of swell and searching for the best waves. Only by car more than 11.000 km behind... A lot of ferries and boats. It was crazy trip : we checked surf meccas around Norway one by one: Unstad, Stad, Ervik, Stavanger, Bore and etc... (Couple of secrets of course) Our project is not only about the conquerors of the waves or mountains, it's about people and countries... and lifestyle... About we all need to follow the dream , no matter where. Even it's cold as hell. So I think our project about dreamers such as we are."

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