PORTLAND, OR (January 27, 2014) — For almost 20 years Salomon Snowboards has aimed to bring together a group of people who are not only some of the best riders […]Read More
Every year we receive hundreds of submissions from photographers around the world that shoot all sorts of different styles of snowboarding. Some guys are street heavy, and other guys are […]Read More
Salomon Snowboards aims to create the best products possible for our team and their respective riding styles. Five Ways To Slay is our freestyle arsenal of board and binding setups, […]Read More
Stills from the mountains.Read More
Riders: Taka Nakai Photographer: Oli GagnonRead More
Japan Journals is a snowboarding web series based out of the fluffy depths of Japan's snow covered wilderness.
In Episode 1 we have Gondola access to some jaw-dropping fun terrain and we meet up with Japanese pro rider Taka Nakai and get him to show us why he loves riding his homeland so much. We then venture up to Nakayama Pass and explore some good jump spots with some of the best powder earth has to offer. This is the first of the 4 Japan Journals web episodes. Stay posted throughout the season to see what drags the world’s best snowboarders to this incredible part of the world. - Nick Hyne
Words & Photos: T. Bird
Senior Editor Tom Monterosso (most call him T. Bird) hails from the great state of New Hampshire. He barely snuck through college and somehow weaseled his way onto the staff of SNOWBOARDER about five years ago while living in a tent on his friend Ben Fee’s back porch. He started shooting around the time he got hired on as Associate Editor, and though his job is to craft features, columns, and captions in the print publication, photography is what currently keeps him stoked when he’s on the road. He’s also a redhead, which kinda sucks, and he’s grateful as all hell for every opportunity he’s been given despite his hair color.
Here's the teaser for Absinthe Films' upcoming movie NowHere. Featuring riders such as Dan Brisse, Jake Blauvelt, Gigi Rüf, Lucas Debari, Fredi Kalbermatten, Sylvain Bourbousson, Romain deMarchi, DCP, JP Solberg, Tadashi Fuse, Annie Boulanger, Marie-France Roy, Bjorn Leines, Jules Reymond, Cale Zima, Taka Nakai, Terje Haakonsen, Bode Merrill, Blair Habenicht, Wolfgang Nyvelt, Nicolas Müller, and more. Release date: September 1stRead More