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Issue 33.1 out now! Built in collaboration with the most prolific, influential, and compelling Black creators, voices, and talents in the history of snowboarding, the first issue of Volume 33 features the accomplishments and experiences of a cross section of Black riders, including X Games champions, esteemed creators, and industry leaders. Available now at #snowboarderfreepress shops and through the link in our bio! Cover: @misterwinfield : @stanevansphoto. #blacksnowboarder
Snowboarder Magazine's latest issue just helped lead the charge in bringing more representation of BIPOC athletes, artists, and industry leaders in the snowboarding world. The first issue of Volume 33 was created in collaboration with Black voices across the snowboard industry to showcase the talents, creativity, and innovation of people of color in our world. Support the magazine and support the people found in these stories by picking up an issue today at #snowboarderfreepress shops or online here.
While this is a great step forward, it’s just the beginning. This goes far beyond just snowboarding, but across the entire action sports world (and beyond, of course). If you’re looking for more BIPOC athletes and creators the follow and support, here’s an extensive list for your reference.
While we're sad to see Pollard leave Line Skis, we can't wait to see what comes from his new brand Season Eqpt. Evo photo. After 21 years with Line Skis, Eric Pollard is on to the next chapter in his career. According to an announcement on his Instagram, in August of 2019, the collaboration between the two came to an end. For the last two decades, Pollard designed 48 pairs of Line Skis, with hopes of challenging the status quo in skiing. Two of his most famous skis are the Sakana and Sir
'Heroes' is a new fine art book dedicated to the culture, community, and progression of women’s snowboarding. Flipping through most major snowboard publications, you’ll be lucky to find a few pages featuring female riders. Cover shots are even fewer and further between. And even though women's riding has progressed leaps and bounds over the last few decades, media coverage hasn't entirely caught up. The new book wants to fill this void. It's a 288-page large-format volume of stunning
With an incredible snowpack in Northern Norway came the opportunity to ski some of the biggest lines the Lyngen Alps has to offer. Together with Eivind Jacobsen, Krister Furnes Kopala and Emma Sunnefeldt Nyberg, I took the advantage of the great conditions. We skied four big lines including a first descent. Above you'll find a video featuring the most memorable descent from the 2020 season. Lines in order of appearance: 1. North West Face of Tomastind 2. Ukkonen, Lakselvtindane 3.