Hometown: West Bolton, VT
Home Mountain: Colorado
Sponsors: Volkl, Marker, Dalbello, Wells Lamont
Tanner Rainville Turbo Segment: 2008
The more things change, the more they stay the same. This segment, shot over the winter of 2007 is no less banger now than it was 5 years ago... massive cork 5s in the backcounty, blower pow, massive pillows, butters, and the illest and smoothest park jumps out. Good style NEVER goes out of style! Enjoy. Check the full movie, now available on iTunes in 1080p! https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/turbo-by-level-1/id603080918
121 - Japan Segment
When the collaborative opportunity that was "121" came about, we knew Japan had to be on the list of locations. Setting out with some of Völkl's finest athletes, we toured Hokkaido searching for the goods. Japan is the land of deep snow and tasty ramen. Of dreamy pillows and steamy onsens. 12/10 would recommend. 121 is a ski movie by Legs Of Steel in association with Absolute Cine. The full version can be seen here! www.voelkl.com/watchtogether Skiing in: Arlberg – Austria, Kiroro – Japan, Shimamaki Snowcats – Japan, Davos – Switzerland. Directed by: David Peacock & Andre Nutini Principle cinematography by: David Peacock, Andre Nutini & Christoph Thoresen Produced by: Legs Of Steel for Völkl Skis Additional sponsors: Dalbello Ski Boots & Marker Bindings and Protection.
Wells Lamont® Team Edit 2019
We're proud to present the second annual installment of the Wells Lamont® team edit! One of the heaviest and most well rounded teams of any brand in snow sports now includes Tanner Rainville, Will Berman, Keegan Kilbride, Duncan Adams, Sean Jordan, Alex Hall, Chris Logan and Phil Casabon. The 111-year-old brand has been producing the toughest work gloves in the business, and the transition into a winter sports line was natural- they’ve taken a century of design, manufacturing, technology and materials knowledge and translated it into the best and most affordable ski and snow gloves and mitts you’ll find anywhere. Shop for the new line of Wells Lamont® snow gloves and mitts exclusively at www.wellslamont.level1.ski
Turbo (Level 20 - Episode 9)
Directed By Josh Berman Produced By Josh Berman Principal Cinematography By Josh Berman, Freedle Coty, and Kyle Decker Edited By Josh Berman, Kyle Decker, and Freedle Coty About Turbo: Turbo will not give your car an extra power boost or shave seconds off your quarter mile- but it might, just might, change the way you think about skiing. Turning it up a notch once again Level 1 followed their crew of dedicated skiers throughout North America in the unforgettable season of 2008. Tom Wallisch, Ahmet Dadali, Mike Hornbeck, and JF Houle get down to business with urban adventures across the Midwest and Quebec, redefining technical jibbing, and setting a new bar on what’s possible. Tanner Rainville, Stefan Thomas, Wiley Miller, and Steele Spence shred neck deep pow and bring their brand of freestyle to technical terrain – from minigolf in Wyoming to the real big mountain arena of Alaska, and everything in between. Justin Dorey, Mike Riddle, Duncan Adams, and Adam Delorme steal the show at Level 1′s trademark parkshoot progression sessions, boosting the biggest features this side of the Atlantic. Also featuring the jumping and jibbing talents of Corey Vanular, Josh Bibby, Will Wesson, Travis Redd, Liam Downey, and Mike Clarke. All shot in HD with the mind-blowing and award-winning cinematography you’ve come to expect from Level 1. This is Turbo. Locations: Denver, CO, Minnesota, Ohio, Salt Lake City, UT, Grand Targhee, WY, Copper Mtn, CO, Alta, UT, Eclipse Snow Park, CO, Squaw Valley, CA, Windells- Mt Hood, OR, Montana, Interior Quebec, Winter Park, CO, Keystone, CO, Monashee and Mustang Cat Ops, Interior BC, H20- Valdez, AK
Realtime (Level 20 - Episode 8)
Produced By Josh Berman Principal Cinematography By Josh Berman and Freedle Coty Edited By Josh Berman and Kyle Decker About Realtime: Six months of skiing action. Lots of snow. Weeks of rain. Sun. Clouds. Fog. Blue Skies. Unforgiving concrete. Untracked landings. Low Pressure. High fives. Triple kinks. Double grabs. Too much speed. Not enough gas. Underrotated. Overtweaked. A chronological portrayal of the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of the ’06-’07 exactly as it happened. Level 1 brings you, ‘REALTIME.’ Directed by award-winning filmmaker Josh Berman and shot in HD across the globe, Realtime captures the season as it unfolds for a crew of the biggest names and best up and coming talent in skiing. In a winter quite unlike any other to date, Level 1 throws down a fresh new format with their trademark style, and nothing short of the best cinematography in action sports filmmaking. Featuring: Tanner Rainville, Wiley Miller, Corey Vanular, Travis Redd, Ahmet Dadali, Stefan Thomas, Steele Spence, Liam Downey, Mike Hornbeck, Sean Decker, Dan Marion, Tom Wallisch, Adam Delorme, Michael Clarke, Richard Permin, Matt Philippi, & Friends Locations: Denver, CO, Hokkaido, Japan, Sledneck, MT, Wasatch, Utah, Hitormiss, Norway, Lake Tahoe, CA, Whistler, BC, Summit County, CO, Island Lake Lodge, BC
121 - Full Movie
A ski movie by Legs Of Steel in association with Absolute Cine It’s often easy to overthink a ski movie and at times the reasoning behind it. The plan was simple. Focus on skiing, go where we want and do what we want. Jumps, lines and deep powder. This is an old school flick, plain and simple. It’s about friendship and freeskiing, one to one with some of the best powder hounds around... Featuring the riding of: Ahmet Dadali, Markus Eder, Paddy Graham, Colter Hinchliffe, Bene Mayr, Hidemitsu Okada, Tanner Rainville, Tom Ritsch, Fabio Studer Skiing in: Arlberg – Austria, Kiroro – Japan, Shimamaki Snowcats – Japan, Davos – Switzerland. Directed by: David Peacock & Andre Nutini Principle cinematography by: David Peacock, Andre Nutini & Christoph Thoresen Produced by: Legs Of Steel Additional sponsors: Dalbello ski boots & Marker bindings and protection.
Tanner Rainville RUIN AND ROSE Athlete Edit - 4K
Tanner Rainville is one of our favorite skiers to bring on any trip involving deep powder or big mountain. Unfortunately he was injured before he could put some lines down some steep faces, but he lit it up at Golden Alpine Holidays for some early season pow. So sit back and enjoy his RUIN AND ROSE athlete edit, chalk full of powdery pillow goodness. Ruin And Rose available here, skimovie.com/portfolio-item/ruin-rose-2016/. More info at skimovie.com/ Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/MSPFilms Instagram: instagram.com/mspfilms Twitter: twitter.com/mspfilms
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.