Today In Stoke: Icelantic's Bangers and Mash Episode 3

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Rather than saving it all up for one big year-end video, the ski crew at Denver-based Icelantic Boards has been dribbling out the goods all season with its Bangers and Mash One Degree TV series directed by Nick Hickling. Episode 3, nearly a half hour long, features a peek inside the new Icelantic showroom at the Battery 621 space at 621 Kalamath Street (don't miss the big First Friday Art Walk party there this week) and a tour of Summit County, "land of the free Nature Valley bars" (no, seriously: They're giving those granola bars away like crazy up there this season). For good measure, and in the spirit of our ongoing Time-Wasting Video feature, we're posting all three episodes to date after the jump.

Bangers and Mash: Episode 3 from OneDegreeTV on Vimeo.

Bangers and Mash: Episode 2 from OneDegreeTV on Vimeo.

Bangers And Mash: Episode 1 from OneDegreeTV on Vimeo.

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