Snowboard pioneer Jake Burton explains what it’s like to live within the bubble of pro boarding in this documentary featuring footage of expert riders on and off the slopes, at home and during expeditions to the world’s premier peaks. Some of the sport’s biggest names, including Shaun White, Terje Haakonsen, Dave Downing and Mads Jonsson, are filmed shredding the slopes in Japan, New Zealand, Italy, Russia and the United States.

Comprising of a totally non–traditional cinematography and film–making of snowboarding movies, Vermont Burton’s Snowboarding For Right Or Wrong is an hour long documentary that illustrates the highs and lows of snowboarding on the board and off the board. This documentary is non–traditional in a sense that it does not arrange the snowboarding clips and footages on enthusiastic soundtracks. Rather, it is a compilation of behind–the–scenes of the professional snowboarders accompanied by a few snowboarding clips from the Olympics and other international competitions.

This documentary is a conjunction production with Burton Snowboards – a leader manufacturer of snowboards. For Right Or Wrong can be divided into two parts. The first part of this documentary follows the preparation and practice of Olympic Games in Italy in the year 2006 by the renowned rider Shaun White. It shows the practical techniques of Shaun and his learning from his inspiration souls and also includes his footages on his snowboard while to ride and his off the board routines. Several comments about Shaun’s game are also included by snowboarding experts which makes this documentary an educating piece of information and creativity.

The other large part of documentary comprises of playful tactics of other snowboarders including Jeremy Jones, Mad Jonsson, Dimitri Fesenko, Kier Dillon, Dave Downing, Kelly Clark, Jake Burton and Terje Haakonsen. In this part, the practice of these riders has been shown as they are up to face a competition against other riders.