SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s September 2010 issue is on newsstands now. Go to your local snowboard shop, bookstore, or download a copy today from Zinio.
SNOWBOARDER is available in a digital format. If you can’t find a physical copy, you can still see it all online.
Let those Travis Rice comparisons continue for Bode Merrill. The next big thing takes the next big step by landing himself on our cover for the first time with help from this Haines, AK cornice and an innate ability to make everything he does look good. Bode is a boss.
In September 2010 issue you’ll find…
An expedition to Eurasia in search of something inadvertently punctures the façade of a country that goes relatively unnoticed in the snowboard world. There are mountains, there is snow, but there is no scene here.
Fifty of the world’s best minor threats converge on Keystone to send a message to snowboarding’s freestyle frontrunners stating that they better step it up or get the hell out of the way.
JP Walker, Simon Chamberlain, Jeremy Jones, Seth Huot, and Joe Sexton travel to the easternmost part of North America to uncover what Newfoundland holds in store for jibbing’s elite, while The Don gives you the play-by-play.
Mammoth Mountain’s Play Big Productions set out to present their sophomore offering to the public this winter. Aided by record snowfalls, frequent bluebird days, and never-been-done jump spots scoped months in advance, our author (and featured rider in the film) Gabe Taylor narrates their winter spent looking for another day in paradise.
The non-naked truth about outerwear awaits you in the the September issue of SNOWBOARDER Magazine. From waterproof/breathability ratings and recycled polyester ripstop, to critically taped seams and RECCO® rescue systems, SNOWBOARDER’s second Buyer’s Guide of the winter has got you completely covered.