Snowboarding

May Flowers

Snowboarding isn’t always about blue bird days with waist deep powder, 70 foot competition-sized jumps, or the gnarliest street features. We all started out riding the local hill with frineds or family and sometimes it’s the simple things in life that bring the greatest pleasure. After Beaver Valley closed for the season last spring, they […]

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Tuesday TwoSix: Ian MacArthur & Hayden Mactavish

By David MacKinnon Snowboarders often overlook the Maritimes, but Atlantic Canada has a scene. With rad hills like Martock, Marble, and Crabbe, there are plenty of places to crack into that feeling for boarding. Shreds like Ian MacArthur and Hayden Mactavish put in work to fuel the fire– with their crew, The Delinquents, they organize […]

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Out of Service: Ryan Paterson Full Part

Our friend Ryan Paterson is asserting himself in the backcountry, bringing calculated style to cheese wedges and big mountain lines alike. Last season he stepped to some massive features in the Coast Mountains, both manmade and natural, and put together one of the more well-rounded parts you’ll see from a pow boarder. Keep your foot […]

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Rusty Ockenden’s “Selective Memory”: Interview

by David MacKinnon, photos courtesy The Manboys If anyone deserves an elaborate introduction, it’s Rusty Ockenden. His riding is progressive, his style is right, and his work ethic backs up his talent. And yes, it’s tempting to fan accolades on his multi-hyphenate status– dude did direct and edit Selective Memory, after all. But that wouldn’t […]

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Expectation

by David MacKinnon As expectation sets in, boarding changes. This will be the best season ever, I’m gonna light up the park. That TM is feeling me, my rep’s getting me a deck. With this new glass I’m getting a shot published for sure. I’m getting trained on the cat, this year I’ll be pushing […]

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Tuesday TwoSix: Joel Loverin & Seb Grondin

By David MacKinnon Canadian freeriding is as much a part of snowboarding’s resurgence as anything. Developments in gear, avalanche education, and information sharing platforms have made backcountry riding more accessible than ever, and the riders at the forefront of the big mountain scene are operating at an unprecedented level of sophistication. Joel Loverin and Seb […]

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Arbor Snowboards:: HOME – Jackson Ep 1/3

Arbor Snowboards presents Home featuring Byran Iguchi and Mark Carter, a 3 part video series focusing around their lives and shredding at Jackson Hole. Arbor Snowboards: The concept of “home” is at once cross-cultural and personal, universal and specific. The places, relationships, events, feelings, and memories that constitute “home” for each of us differ, but […]

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