SPY looks at life through a Happy Lens™.
Good times come standard when you ski with your friends. Take a group of SPY skiers who all live within a stone’s throw of each other, and it doesn’t take much to let the good times roll.
And once they are off the snow, SPY’s Utah boys continue to get after it together—whether barbecuing, fishing, biking, skating or hiking, these dudes know how to have a good time. Check out Steve Stepp, Khai Krepela, John Kutcher, Jake Doan, Ben Moxham, Dylan Ferguson and more See Happy from Mt. Hood to the Wasatch.
How do you #SeeHappy?
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First off, we’re so stoked that Tom Van Steenbergen is alive after taking this slam. He managed to come out of this most wicked of slams with a broken femur and rib, a punctured lung and some pretty bad internal bleeding…but says he’s on the mend. Healing vibes to you, sir. From Tom’s Instagram:
Japan or Jackson? Caite Zeliff sampling the Japow like conditions at JHMR last winter. Nic Alegre photo. Every so often, a storm cycle comes through Jackson Hole that is so marvelous it’s cemented in local lore. They’re the kind of weather events that crusty ski bums will tell you about after one too many shots of whiskey. They’ll get this far-off look in their eyes and exclaim, “Remember the January of 2020?” For those of you who weren’t in Jackson during that magical month last year,
49 years ago, Magazine began its run as one of the most legendary publications to ever grace the industry, inspiring countless numbers of skiers throughout all generations with stunning photography and storytelling. Now, after nearly five decades, TGR photographer Nic Alegre teamed up with skier Karl Fostvedt in the Jackson Hole backcountry to create his third and final cover shot, paying homage to the debut 1972 issue. Powder announced this past October that it would shut down