Lucas Debari Joins the evoCollective

Lucas Debari



Leading action sports retailer, evo, is pleased to announce that Lucas Debari has joined the evoCollective, a multitalented group of individuals who represent evo’s brand and core values. Debari joins Austin Smith, Chris Benchetler, Kimmy Fasani, Eric Pollard, Tim McChesney, Brandon Cocard and other talented individuals as part of the evo Collective.

Lucas writes: “It is rad to link up with evo. From the community events here in the Northwest, to being the top retailer around, evo is a consistent and solid contributor to the snowboard community.”

Growing up in Glacier, Washingtion, at the foot of Mount Baker and only a few hours from evo’s Seattle headquarters, Lucas has been well-recognized in the Northwest snowboard scene for over a decade. In recent years, he has gained international recognition as one of today’s most progressive big mountain snowboarders, earning him a spot on the list of esteemed professional riders who have cut their teeth on the terrain that only Baker offers.

Lucas is spending this season working on a video part with Absinthe Films, taking a break from long, snowboard-mountaineering expeditions, and getting back to his freestyle roots.

Debari is sponsored by Dragon, The North Face and K2 Snowboarding. evo is proud to join that list and couldn’t be more excited to have Lucas as part of the Collective.

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Tim Eddy’s Full Part From Pathology

It’s no secret now, Tim Eddy is absolutely one of a kind and he provides some pretty epic words of wisdom in this Shreddy episode. Make it a point to do something different this year whatever that means to you, let Tim inspire.

DeJa Vu Two Year Project Releases latest Teaser

The “Freshman” release last year from DeJa Vu was anything but novice. Winning Movie of the year from both Transworld and Snowboarder magazine polls, this crew of French Canadian heavies consisting of Nic Sauve, Frank April, Ben Bilocq, LNP, Will Lavigne, Alex Cantin and Louif Pradis took no time basking in the glory of such an award.

Back to work they went plotting the next attack and one that’ll surely drop jaws… again. Embarking on a two year project historically left to big budget productions such as Brain Farm, the DeJa Vu dudes are set on one upping their previous success and now with the addition of our boy Jake Kuzyk, that next level of precision and technical detail will fully be noticed. Keep an eye out for this one and follow along on instagram @dejavumovie or on the official website.


The Manboys: Photobalm

The Manboys: Photobalm from TheManBoys on Vimeo.

From the Manboys:

Several main characters are, spoiler alert, killed off in this episode.  It’s a lot like the Game of Thrones but without any nudity or dragons or careful planning.  Maybe that’s a problem.  There should be more nudity?  Next time.  Between now and then, please feel free to watch us, fully clothed, trying really hard to snowboard correctly off of jumps that are either handmade or just the result of plate-tectonics doing their thing.  Also, this one has a bit of an intro at the beginning that really focuses on group photography and bad acting, so if that doesn’t interest you, then go ahead and close your eyes for the first forty seconds or so.  Either way, it’s that time of year, so Happy Christmas one and all!

Starring: Mark Sollors, Rusty Ockenden, Chris Rasman, Matt Belzile, Robjn Taylor, Jody Wachniak

Leanne Pelosi’s Early Bird Social Kicks Off Season In Whistler

Written by Jack Antal – Transworld Snowboarding

Snowboarding needs culture, community, passion, and creativity. It is so important that professionals give back to the sport by creating events that make people feel like they are part of something bigger than just snowboarding. Leanne gave back to women’s snowboarding in a big way, by throwing one of the best women’s events I have ever been to. The Early Bird Social sold out in just two days and had over 100 women participate in morning yoga, a group ride, avalanche awareness refresher, and an après fundraiser party.

The morning started with some much needed yoga at Lululemon’s Forlise. The instructor, Sarah Harvison, had everyone warmed up quickly with a series of chaturangas and downward dogs, ending with some much-needed shavasana (7am comes early!). After yoga, they surprised us with complimentary yoga mats, custom Early Bird Social Coleman flasks, and a yummy breakfast of Jules Fuel. After breakfast, there was an opportunity to demo K2 2015 boards and BCA backcountry gear. After everyone from yoga was geared up, more women continued to arrive for the event, quickly filling the room with countless familiar faces of women’s snowboarding.

Leanne split the large group of women into smaller groups for the morning ride. Leading the groups was: Leanne Pelosi, Annie Boulanger, Marie France Roy, Robin Van Gyn, Taylor Godber and Helen Schettini. Everyone then, headed to the lift and uploaded on the brand new Whistler gondolas. When we reached the top, the girls were eager to take some runs. Red chair laps, hit runs, and secret banked slaloms were attacked as everyone was riding at such a good level and excited to be around such a large group of inspiring women.

At noon, we all hopped on the Peak-To-Peak towards the Rendezvous Lodge on Blackcomb, to indulge in some much-needed lunch. After lunch, we met the Whistler Blackcomb Patrol to break off into our Avalanche Awareness groups. Our guide started out with the basics, learning about snowpack, dangerous slopes, and terrain traps. After we had a better understanding, our guide taught us about the equipment and what to do if ever someone was to be caught in an avalanche. We spent the afternoon practicing our skills and in the final beacon search the first person to save the buried beacon won sweet prizes from the sponsors. We finished the day with some runs through the terrain park and headed home to get ready for the nights fiestas.

The Early Bird Social Après gathering was held at Lululemon’s ForLise. The party featured photo booths and complimentary gluten free Beer from Corsa Beer, tasty Margaritas, Coronas, and super yummy tacos compliments of Lululemon. The room was filled with a collection of photos, outerwear, and art for the silent auction from: Ashley Barker, Phil Tifo, Justin L’Heureux, Erin Hogue, Taylor Godber, Roxy, Vans, Scandinave Spa and Airblaster, with all proceeds going to Protect Our Winters. The night featured so many great people and good times; it was awesome to see the community come together to support the early season stoke. Thanks so much to ABC Photo, Airblaster, The Circle, Coleman, Dakine, Hit Case, K2, Lululemon, Roxy, Scandinave Spa, Stance Socks, Vans, Vega, and Leanne Pelosi for putting on such an awesome event!

Catch up With The Manboys Featuring Matt Belzile

It’s the Christmas season, what better way to celebrate than to sit back, relax and watch snowboard videos to stoke for winter shredding. Enjoy episodes 1-3 from the Manboys out there in Whistler, dudes are having a blast.

Manboys: King of the Elephants Presented by Monster from TheManBoys on Vimeo.

The Manboys: Cooke City & Fatty Yogurts from TheManBoys on Vimeo.

The Manboys: Farewell Horses from TheManBoys on Vimeo.

“Road Rage With Tim Eddy Winner Announced”



…Dewey Ogg from Colorado. Congratulations man and thank you everyone for all the submissions. After two weeks of asking for your favorite road trip images, Tim Eddy has indeed chosen his favorite. As promised we will be flying Tim Eddy out to meet Dewey in his home town for a weekend at his home mountain during the 2015 season. Stoked!

The Chillest of Wildernesses – A trip to the Chillderness with Tim Eddy

THE CHILLDERNESS from Greg weaver on Vimeo.


The Chillderness is the chilliest of wildernesses. It is located with in a forest of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. It consists of Pines, Firs, Manzanita, Juniper, and granite of all shapes and sizes. I live there with my girlfriend Hannah and all of the wildlife abound.  Our closest friends are the deer, chipmunks, nighthawks, and bears. Generally the conversations go one way but from time to time a response is felt.

We moved onto the raw land with dreams of a most excellent life of creative simplicity. We first began by camping in order to make friends and familiarize with the land. The next step was shelter. There’s a west-facing slope with views of the pacific crest, a lake, and sunset, which was the obvious choice for a cabin. The cabin we built is 192 square feet with a shed roof and deck that equally matches the size of the house. We used trees from the property as the post foundation. The windows, door, roofing, and siding were all reclaimed with recycled cotton insulation. The electricity is provided by a solar panel to charge a laptop computer, our cellular telephones, a few LED lights, and a small music speaker. A well on the property produces all the water. During the winter the woodstove heats the house, the water, and is used for all of the cooking. During the summer months we heat our water with the sun through our solar shower and cook primarily on the outdoor grill. We have a five star state of the art deluxe toilet set up consisting of a 5-gallon bucket with a toilet seat. It’s portable so in the summer it can be placed outside in front of your view of choice and during the winter it can be placed right next to the warmth of the woodstove. Its gets emptied in to our compost pile along with our sink grey water and food scraps. No bad days and no utility bills! Just down a path from the house we constructed a concrete creation for skateboarding. With help some from some skilled friends in the art of concrete park building we now have about an 850 square foot, 4ft tall with a 6ft extension, concrete wave. It has pool coping, steel coping, slappy curbs, hips, love seats, pump bumps, banks, and mind melting lines!

There’s a bright future for the Chillderness. Now that our main priority of shelter and skateable terrain is done we are planning the next projects. Swimming hole, wood fired hot tub, greenhouse, zip line, and farm animals. A section of the land has a radical slope that will be turned into a rhythm section, slalom course, log jamming run of glorious snowboarding action. After all of these projects are finished we will never have to leave the chilliest of wilderness.


K2 Snowboarding Wins Three Good Wood Awards

K2’s Turbo Dream, Fastplant and Raygun have all been awarded TWSnow Good Wood awards for 2014. If you dream of snowboarding hard enough maybe Santa will put one under the tree this winter.





K2 Snowboarding Presents: Road Rage from K2 Snowboarding on Vimeo.


SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (November 6, 2014) The snow is flying and Christmas is right around the corner. In the spirit of the
season, K2 Snowboarding is sending Tim Eddy on one lucky Grand Prize winner’s next snowboarding road trip during the 2015 season while hooking up three others with pieces of Tim’s Road Rage K2 gear.

We’re requesting photos of your most memorable road trip and we’re leaving Tim Eddy in charge of choosing the photo he likes best, essentially the photo that displays the raddest vibe in Tim’s eyes. After all, he will be joining for a weekend…

Here’s how it works:

Email your photo to between November 6 – November 20th, 2014. We’ll load all of the entries to K2’s Facebook page and on Friday, November 21st Tim Eddy will choose his favorite photo. The winner will be notified via email and announced on K2’s Facebook and Instagram page.

But we’re not stopping there; in an effort to include all those stuck in school or a 9-5 job we are also hooking up the first, fifteenth and twenty-fifth entries with pieces of Tim’s Road Rage setup from K2.

Prize breakdowns look like this:

Grand Prize (Tim’s favorite photo) – Surprise pack from K2 and Tim Eddy in your car for a weekend of shredding during winter 2015.

1st Overall Entry –  Happy Hour board from K2.

15th Overall EntryMaysis boots from K2.

25th Overall EntryLien FS bindings from K2.

View official contest rules and regulations