In Slingshot’s latest film project, Steffen Vollert, Jeff McKee, and Oli Derome head down to Australia to get a piece of the endless summer. They hit up some riding destinations such as GoWake Mackay, Bli Bli Cable Park, Cables Wake Park Penrith, Harley’s place, and more.
Slingshot team riders Oli Derome, Jeff McKee and Steffen Vollert head to Australia for some shenanigans. Patrick Wieland captures their adventures in the film project “.AU” which will be released on 1/14/14. This one should provide some great entertainment. Check out the teaser!
Wakeboard parks have come a long way. The obstacles at Valdosta Wake Compound are on point. James Windsor, Quinn Silvernale and Jeff McKee take a set with grom Crosse Bearden in this wakeboard wonderland and show us how to have fun on their obstacles. Enjoy!
The Response has been in Slingshot’s line up since the beginning. Jeff Mckee walks us through the features of the board and demonstrates why this shape demands attention in their 2014 line up. Meet the all new 2014 Response by Slingshot.
Within a few short months, the surf game has taken leaps and bounds in the direction of progression. While there are numerous checks in the “pros” category for having the technology on board to switch surf waves at the push of a button…
The Slingshot team is stacked and fully kitted with all of their 2014 product. Check out their crew of Jeff House, Dylan Miller, Ben Leclair, Corrie Dyer, Brian Reeder, Shredtown, Steffen Vollert, Jeff McKee, Oli Derome, and James Windsor ripping behind all the new stuff.
In classic Orlando-wake-scene fashion, Jeff McKee pops by Collin Harrington’s house unannounced to see what they have going on. Collin wasn’t home but they definitely made the best of it.
After 16 years of wakeboarding, Jeff McKee is still finding ways to keep it fresh and fun. Decade 1.6 from Slingshot Sports Wake on Vimeo. Filmed and Edited by: Patrick Wieland Follow Slingshot at: facebook.com/SlingshotWakeGlobal
I know what you’re about to say: “Oh man, this is lame. Stand-up paddleboarding is so whack.” Trust me, I’ve heard it all before and even said it myself; that was until I tried it. Now I’ve suddenly found myself screening the shipping department’s phone calls as they try to collect the board from this very photo shoot.
A world class crew of riders spent two weeks at REPUBL1C Wake Park and the CWC in the Philippines with filmmaker Patrick Wieland. The result is what you see before you.