Jack Wiley, the young ripper out of Jackson Hole, just released a very comprehensive 2017 season edit. Wiley covers all the bases from riding creative urban spots, cliff drops, backcountry booters and more. Not to mention Wiley sent a couple of pristine doubles, and the epic sunset backdrop didn't hurt the eyes either. Unfortunately, Jack ended his season with a pretty rough knee injury. Hoping the best, and we'll surely be seeing more quality snowboarding out of this youngster!
Named by Transworld Skateboarding as the "Most Influential Skateboarder of All Time," the inventor of modern street skateboarding–and your favorite skater's favorite skater–Mark Gonzales is a larger than life figure. Now in his late 40s Mark balances life as an artist, running Kooked Skateboards, and still getting out and stacking clips in NYC. A legend in his own right of skateboarding's winter cousin, snowboarder Danny Davis hit up the Gonz to collaborate for his latest Burton signature
John Jackson saved the best for last in the final episode of the second season of his web series, "The Book Of John J." Ending the sophomore season with an Andean adventure, Jackson and Jake Blauvelt headed south of the equator for a trip that started out with 100-degree temps in the desert and ended in the gnarly windblown steeps of the Andes. After the two got their fix of blower champagne powder in Chile, it was time for the crew to seek refuge in a plush backcountry hut right smack in the
For French Snowboarder Marion Haerty, being a woman in action sports isn't just about filling a void–rather, it's about taking pride in showing emotion, and being a role model for the next generation. Haerty has made the natural progression from riding slopestyle to freeriding and has now found herself in her element more than ever. Following her 2017 Freeride World Tour season, she was crowned World Champion. Now living in Chamonix, and seeing what a technical line really looks like, Haerty