Hometown: Are, Sweden
Home Mountain: Andorra, Spain
Sponsors: Armada, Oakley, Monster, Full Tilt, D-Structure, Blue Tomato
Henrik Harlaut: BEING | X Games
Swedish ski progenitor Henrik Harlaut is an X Games vet with 11 medals across Ski Big Air, Ski Slopestyle and Real Ski. But it’s also just the beginning of Henrik Harlaut’s obsession with skiing. From innovative tricks to stylish additions in urban filming, Henrik Harlaut is the new breed of X Games athlete, able to adapt to any terrain while also injecting personality into media experiences and video parts. In a word, he’s the full package with any undying passion for skiing and expression. Did we mention his enthusiasm? Welcome to Being Henrik Harlaut. SUBSCRIBE ► http://xgam.es/YouTube X Games has been spreading the shred in action sports since 1995. For more coverage and highlights visit our official homepage at http://xgames.com --------- Twitter ► https://twitter.com/xgames Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/XGames Instagram ► https://instagram.com/xgames --------- Thanks for watching X Games! #XGames #HenrikHarlaut #Freeskiing
Henrik Harlaut - Day In Life / Nanshan Ski Village - China
After the World cup Big Air in China Henrik had one day to spare before flying to Atlanta for the next contest. What to do? Go skiing of course! With help from Big Fu and his homies they had a great day of skiing park and eating a lot of food at the Beijing ski resort - Nanshan Ski Village. Let us know in the comments below what you would like to see in the next episode. Happy New Year!
KEEP IT REAL - Full Movie by Jeremy Pancras
#KEEPITREALtheproject : a Freeski culture Documentary, discover a one year world tour relating a story of self-acceptance through sports, art and lifestyle. Make sure to join the community on Instagram @jeremypancras to get updated on new projects. For business inquiries : firstname.lastname@example.org
SALUTE - Official Trailer 2019
« SALUTE » is a 2 year project, a world wide trip taking you through the backcountry, the streets, behind the comps and into the park. Follow Henrik Harlaut and some of the World best skiers as they embark on the 2019 and 2020 seasons. From dedication, to history and dominance, take a deeper dive into what really makes Henrik tick. This is a SALUTE to freeskiing. A mid-project trailer to prepare you for 2020's most anticipated release. « SALUTE » A film by Henrik Harlaut In association with STEPT Production and BUG Visionaries Directed by Isaac Sokol Cinema Release October 2020 TV and Online release November 2020
The Renaissance - Harlaut Apparel
The Rebirth. We trying to bring back a style and feel to skiing that was created in the early 2000s but has been lost over the last years. We like to think this is a rebirth of the golden era, join us! HARLAUT APPAREL Skiing by Henrik Harlaut, Isaac Simhon, Emil Granbom, Boris Mouton, Josselin Morel. Filmed by Emil Granöö 42mm Edited by Henrik Harlaut Music by Gza The Genius - Publicity Thank you Marcel and Saas fee park crew. Peace
Road to Zion - Henrik Harlaut (2014)
Road to Zion Produced by: Inspired Media Concepts Directed by: Henrik Harlaut Edited by: Henrik Harlaut Skiing by: Henrik Harlaut Suffering a tragic and unexpected loss when skiing's unabashed maverick and Harlaut's friend Tom Warnick passed away early season, Harlaut started his wildest contest season yet: defending X-games gold, throwing Wu-tang signs in Russia during the premiere of slopestyle at the Olympics, and organizing his first ever invitational event with his brother, Phil Casabon. "Looking back at this year is so crazy for me," Harlaut says. "But I had the most fun and it'll all be exposed in 'The Road to Zion."After the craziness of the Olympics filming finally started Finland, Austria, Italy and back to Colorado, jet-setting back Europe for the premiere B&E inventational event and finishing it all off up in northern Sweden.
2020 B&E Pro - Henrik Harlaut & Phil Casabon's Boot
Check out the 2020 B&E Pro: https://fullt.lt/b-e-yt Henrik Harlaut and Phil Casabon are two of the most influential riders in the game. Their smooth styles, unique approach to features and massive bags of tricks are just a few of the factors that set them apart from all other skiers. Utilizing an Intuition® Pro Liner, park-optimized Flex 6 Tongue, and a fresh new design, the B&E can be seen on Phil Casabon while winning Real Ski segments, and on Henrik Harlaut medaling everything in the X Games. So whether it’s gnarly urban features or big doubles in the park, up your game with #Fulltiltboots.
Refresh (Level 20 - Episode 10)
About the Movie: Never before has the sport of skiing changed and progressed so much, so quickly, as it has over the past decade. With changes in equipment, accessibility of terrain, and most importantly the mindset of some of the world’s best athletes, skiing today is not what it once was. An integral part of these recent changes, Level 1 looks back and challenges perspectives of where the sport has come from, and where it’s going in their tenth-anniversary offering, Refresh. Keeping true to their humble roots while exploring every arena that skiing has to offer the Level 1 crew serves up the most diverse ski entertainment to date. New things will never get old- fresh images of the biggest jumps, the deepest powder, the most technical urban exploits, the steepest lines, and the most memorable terrain park action with a collection of the sport’s best and brightest talent. Featuring: Tom Wallisch, Wiley Miller, Tanner Rainville, Duncan Adams, Phil Casabon, Henrik Harlaut, Mike Riddle, Josh Bibby, Liam Downey, Corey Vanular, Mike Hornbeck, Stefan Thomas, Will Wesson, Adam Delorme, Ahmet Dadali, JF Houle, Arnaud Rougier, Niklas Eriksson, and others.
The Regiment is a two year film project from professional freestyle skier Henrik Harlaut. Today, Henrik is one of the only skiers to compete at the highest level while also filming some of the most influential video parts of the past decade. We see Henrik go from filming urban three hours before a flight to X Games to skiing spines in Alaska and for the first time we get an insight to what makes Henrik tick, as he shares the motivations and inspirations that allow him to be one of the best freeskiers today. Supported by: Armada skis, Monster Energy, Oakley, Blue Tomato and Fulltilt
Just Another Day
In May of 2014 I was lucky enough to join Henrik Harlaut and Phil Casabon on a trip to Northern Sweden. It was a very beautiful place and around that time of year the it never gets dark. With a good crew we set out everyday to explore the land and build features. This is what I got from a very fun trip. Enjoy!
Be Inspired | One
One from 'BE Inspired' Produced by: Inspired Media Concepts Directed by: Eric Iberg, Henrik Harlaut and Phil Casabon Skiing by: Phil Casabon aka B-Dog and Henrik Harlaut aka eDollo Filmed by: Brady Perron, Emil Granoo, Marco Gilbert and Vincent RC Original Soundtrack produced by: Walshy Fire Vocals featuring: Raekwon, Kabaka Pyramid, Dillon Cooper, Assassin aka Agent Sasco, Kardinal Offishall, Masicka, Cormega, Sizzla, Cali P, Kirk Knight, Randy Valentine, CJ Fly, Machet, Addis Pablo soundtrack available at : https://itunes.apple.com/album/be-ins... 'BE Inspired' is a 2 year project by professional skiers Phil Casabon, Henrik Harlaut and movie director Eric Iberg. Follow Phil and Henrik as the bring you through many elements of freestyle skiing accompanied with an exclusive soundtrack mixing hip hop and reggae.
B&E Show Episode 24 - Nada Thing
Inspired by life and following it’s outcomes willingly, the B&E show continues to evolve their vision and recipe. With great complicité and animal instinct, we welcome new member and old friend Brady Perron to the crew- adding a doug e. fresh scope on Mammoth and future projects
Henrik Harlaut - Day In Life / X Games Oslo 2019
This is August 31st 2019, atleast if you're Henrik Harlaut. See what goes on during a full day of the hecticness that is X Games Norway. In this web-series you will get a behind the scenes look in to what a day is like for professional freeskier Henrik Harlaut during the 19/20 winter season. Filmed & Edited by Emil Granöö Thumbnail Photos by Josh Bishop What do you want to see next? Comment below