Halloween is one of our favorite holidays. Not only does it mean winter is right around the corner, but it also gives us a chance to dress up in incredibly stupid costumes, consume massive amounts of sugar, and scare our friends and family.
From Snowboard Mag:
Sometimes you’ll see a kid wearing little more than a cape and a pair of boots. This is because they know what’s important. At Snowboard Magazine we also value the importance of good boots — and capes for that matter.
There is so much more to be told in the story of a season. Forty-five minute snowboard movies and monthly publications certainly do justice but often times many of the photos, video clips, early wake ups, sled blowups, injuries and rag dolls are lost in the mere glimpse of A-grade content released to the public every Fall.
We’re officially in a transition period between summer shred and the snowy winter months we call “Home.” To help pass the time we reached out to fellow Minnesota snowboarder Dylan Cook for support in passing the time.
By Dylan Cook:
After an amazing few months of summer riding, warm weather snowboarding has come to an end.
On September 25th K2 Snowboarding is hosting a photo art show featuring images from our own Justin L’Heureux. These photos will portray images of K2 athletes from years past that we feel stand out from the rest and thus need some extra love.
Ready, set, search! Open up your Instagram account and follow the hashtag #SeekFindandEnjoy for a chance to win a plethora of FREE product. Throughout the month of September we’ll be giving away everything from snowboards to swag! How do you win?
The opportunity to take runs with your favorite professional snowboarder is a highlight for the campers that flock to summer snowboard camp.
The countdown is coming to a close, it wont be long before K2 Snowboarding and Ride Snowboards descend on HCSC for the much anticipated Team Sports event. Team Sports was conceptualized from the idea of really bringing kids together with pros during a contest.
Jake Kuzyk not only films epic snowboard video parts but he also produces, films and edits raw skate videos. Call it the best independent skate film of the year if you will, there’s no question Jake’s a talented kid and if this project is any indication we can bet his snowboard part in Video Grass’s new Mayday flick will be just as sick.
Leanne Pelosi has spent the last ten years paving the way for female snowboarders not just in the streets but the backcountry as well. It’s no wonder ESPN has named her among the top 50 women of action sports.