O’Neill global team rider Jeremy Jones is preparing to embark on a whistle-stop tour of Europe next month to premiere Further, the latest and eagerly anticipated big mountain snowboard film from the man himself and Teton Gravity Research.
Jones, who undoubtedly ranks as one of the most important big mountain snowboarding pioneers in the sport’s history, will be in attendance at each of the stops on the Further European Premiere Tour, which kicks off in Oslo, Norway on October 21.
As part of Jeremy’s Deeper, Further, Higher trilogy presented by O’Neill, the second installment documents the mind-blowing riding and unique freeriding vision of the 9-time Big Mountain Rider of the Year as he and the rest of the team forge an ever-deeper path into the unknown under their own steam.
Filmed over the course of two years in previously unexplored locations in the likes of Alaska, Austria and Norway and even as far afield as Japan, Further captures the spirit of adventure and exploration that O’Neill has shared since 1952. The new film also showcases the riding of some the world’s best freeriders including legends Terje Haakonsen, Mitch Toelderer and Josh Dirksen, as well as several rising stars of big mountain snowboarding such as Lucas Debari and Forrest Shearer.
“After witnessing the impact of Deeper, we all felt the weight of expectation on our shoulders to create a truly worthy follow-up,” said Jeremy. “I’m so proud of Further, and I can’t wait to head out on tour and get people all over Europe hyped on our sustainable approach to backcountry snowboarding.”