"I got pretty sidetracked with the pressures of society. I figured, I’d go to school, get my MBA and get into business or something corporate like that. I was lost and thought that was what I was supposed to do."
Jason adds, "My biggest inspiration for trying to jump back into it was—and still is to this day—the realization you need to do what makes you happy, no matter what you think you’re supposed to do or be a part of in this rat race of modern society.”
The call of a so-called "normal life" is what led Jason Robinson to wander away from professional snowboarding the past two years. Now, however, he approaches life in a much different way, by shedding these pressures to build a tiny house to shred from.
With a sub-par winter in Montana, he traveled to Haines, Alaska, riding from the comfort of home, with only the worry of terrain choice to occupy his mind.