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Jeremy Jones goes on Denali vacation

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Jeremy Jones goes on Denali vacation

Recently Jeremy Jones went on a vacation that, for most us, seems unattainable and exotic, the kind of adventure that epics are written about. Where did Jeremy go? To snowboard […]

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Shin Biyajima in Alaska

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Shin Biyajima in Alaska

Flow Snowboarding's Shin Biyajima headed up to the Chugach Mountains in Alaska to drop into some incredibly gnarly lines. Take a break from the summer temps to enjoy some very cold-looking AK shredding.

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Gear of the Day: Burton AK Flare Down Jacket

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Gear of the Day: Burton AK Flare Down Jacket

MSRP: $519.95 Product Features: • GORE-TEX® Fabric [Brushed Plain Weave 2-Layer] • Fully Taped Seams with GORE-SEAM® Tape • Ultra Warm/Ultralight Engineered 650 Down Fill and Buttery Soft Heathered Lining • [ak]™ Fit • YKK® Matte Water-Resistant Zippers • Removable Waist Gaiter with Jacket-to-Pant Interface • Includes Women’s [ak] Jacket Features Package

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Flow Tailgate Alaska 2013

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Flow Tailgate Alaska 2013

In the beginning of April, the Flow crew headed to the Chugach Mountain Range in the great white north for Flow Tailgate Alaska. As most of North America was shifting focus to spring, Alaska was still in the cold of winter, with plenty of powder to be had. There's not much better than camping out, partaking in Flow Tailgate AK festivities like snow science classes, man games, parties, snowmobiling, and of course, shredding epic lines. The experience of Flow Tailgate AK is exemplified by Tim Humphreys, Iris Lazzareschi, Mike Basich, Jason Gretzinger, and Shin Biyajima, as they take on the ridges of AK in this edit of enormous proportions.

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Tailgate Alaska Returns To Thompson Pass

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Tailgate Alaska Returns To Thompson Pass

Tailgate Alaska will return to Thompson Pass next season, bringing together dedicated recreational riders, professional athletes and the industry to ride the world’s best mountains and deepest snow.

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