Massive congrats to a well known SBC favourite snowboarder, Jesse Millen! This long time Whistler pro is now officially signed by Prior Snowboards with some big things in the works. How better to learn the nitty-gritty than with a podcast by the one and only Ryan Proctor. ABOUT THE SNOWBOARD Right now, you can snag […]
🚨 CONTEST ALERT 🚨 In honour of Avalanche Canada‘s annual Canuck Splitfest being held virtually this year, we’re hosting a Nationwide splitboarding photo contest. Tag us (@snowboardcanada) in your favourite splitboarding photo + our editor @abbydells and a winner will be chosen on January 10th! What does the winner get?! Some serious splitboarding SWAG + […]
There’s a lot of boards on the market this season, probably more than ever before – which is awesome. It means there’s a board for everyone – finally. But how the heck do you navigate all the options? We’re old school. Your local boardshop will know everything about their line up – they’re experts in […]
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You’re probably (hopefully) familiar with the section in each mag called “Rituals” – it’s a chance to decode the sacred parts of snowboarding and appreciate them just a little bit more. The all-mighty lace-up, binding mount, gore-wash, board wax, ect.. We’re going digital with it because we hear the people love it. First on the […]
Another day, another heater from KORUA Shapes. Arriving in the Northwest last spring to subpar conditions just before the pandemic swept us off our feet, the boys from KORUA worked with what they had (aka a fair bit of rain), and we’re pretty impressed with the final product. Watch and enjoy another gem from those […]
So, we heard Adam Zok was cool, like really cool. So our editor Abby emailed him to inquire and Adam wrote back a novel about his life as a snowboarder, splitboader, guide, and a few things inbetween. It was too good to edit down, so buckle up for a bit of a read, it’s a […]
Burton did a thing. Like a really cool thing. It’s called a movie. But it’s not just “another snowboard movie” – nope. It’s about connection. It’s about what snowboarding is as a feeling, a community, and its place in our world. Yes, it features pros and rad riding – duh. But it’s more than that. […]
Arc’teryx and SheJumps have something to offer those looking to go further in the backcountry. Knocked off your AST1, have some experience under your belt, and wondering, how do you get further? What do you need to know to progress past simple terrain? AKA how do you to those BIG gnar lines safely? What gear […]
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K, but seriously. This is hilarious, well shot, and a solid storyline. Can we have more snowboard flicks like this? ABOUT THE HERMIT In the 1950’s resident cats began disappearing in Sandpoint, Idaho. A local hermit was suspected, and his house searched. Inside, authorities found the bodies and hides of numerous local cats that had […]
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Same snowboarder we love, Elena Hight, in a new element. ABOUT BLANK CANVAS Blank Canvas is a film for anyone who just appreciates snowboarding. We aimed to capture the essence of snowboarding and the excitement and that comes along with it. “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a […]
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