Snowboarder Magazine

September 2015

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About the Mag

Started in 1987, SNOWBOARDER is the most-read magazine in snowboarding, delivering more photos and content than any other shred mag. SNOWBOARDER supercharges your season, taking you from the powder fields to the after-party. Every issue is jam-packed with hundreds of images of the sport's top riders and interviews with the sickest pros. At SNOWBOARDER, all we care about is snowboarding - just like you.

In This Issue

Nothing to Prove: The Jeremy Jones Interview

Words: T. Bird

Jeremy Jones has been at the top of professional snowboarding’s ranks for two decades, and last winter, at 38 years old, he lost his longtime board sponsor. While most riders would see this as a sign to hang the boots up, Jeremy kept going–on his own dime–and filmed one of his best Real Snow video parts to date. In this interview, read Jeremy’s take on his past, present and future in professional snowboarding.

Getting Radler: Vans in Austria

Words: Aaron Blatt

SNOWBOARDER staff photographer, Aaron Blatt ventured across the pond with the Vans team for a week of exploration in the Austrian Alps. Tag along with Zac Marben, Hana Beaman, Darrell Mathes and Wolfgang Nyvelt as they slug steins of Radlers, ride pristine powder and session street spots in one of Europe’s most infamous snowboard destinations.

Livin’ on the Edge in Banff: Carving Comes Full Circle

Words: Pat Bridges

They say that everything that goes around comes around and no adage rings truer when talking about Euro carves. Last winter, SNOWBOARDER Creative Director, Pat Bridges took some of today’s top turners to Alberta, Canada for a trip that focused on low-impact turning rather than high-flying acrobatics.

2016 Hardgoods Buyer’s Guide

Hundreds of the best hardgoods products in the world from some of snowboarding’s most well-known manufacturers. Make sure you check out some of the best boards, boots and bindings before heading into the winter season.

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