Mountain GOAT: Louif Paradis, No Filler Needed

Louis-Felix Paradis comes from a long lineage of snowboarding street savants who have emerged from the cold cities of Eastern Canada.

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Mountain GOAT: Jed Anderson, Bonafide Street Savant

Never doing it any way but his own, Jed has earned himself SNOWBOARDER’s Jibber of the Year three separate times.

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Mountain GOAT: Jesse Burtner, A Think Thank Movement

Jesse Burtner has been a professional snowboarder for a very long time, influencing through multiple decades.

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Mountain GOAT: Kazuhiro Kokubo, Flipping Into History

From Stratton to Stronger, Kazu Kokubo might never stop.

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Mountain GOAT: Danny Davis, A Savior of Style

Danny Davis (bio) is a ramblin’ man with one hell of a switch method, currently setting his sights on the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.

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Mountain GOAT: Jess Kimura, Danger Pony

With countless accolades including Rider of the Year and X Games medals, there can only be one Danger Pony.

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Mountain GOAT: Travis Rice, Unquantifiable Achievements

“Travis Rice is to snowboarding what Michael Jordan is to basketball.”

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Mountain GOAT: Halldor Helgason For President

You heard it here first, Halldor Helgason for President in 2020!

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Mountain GOAT: Mark McMorris, The Young Canadian Phenom

McMorris has topped the ranks of contest snowboarding in what is arguably one of the most intense times to be a slopestyle snowboarder—the multi-cork era.

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Mountain GOAT: Lucas Magoon, No Title Necessary

Tattoo-clad, inhibition-free, and utterly charismatic, Lucas Magoon separated himself long ago from the rest of the snowboard world.

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Mountain GOAT: John Jackson, Striking Gold in the Mountains

From Standard, to Forum, to teaming up with Travis Rice, John J is responsible for some of the gnarliest sessions ever put down on a snowboard.

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Mountain GOAT: Marie-France Roy, The Backcountry Benchmark

With over 70 men and women riding into the ranks of the Mountain GOATS, Marie-France Roy has a well-deserved spot.

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Mountain GOAT: Tom Burt, From Teacher to Rider of the Year

Usually, it’s the student who drops out of school to become a professional snowboarder, not the teacher.

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Mountain GOAT: Barrett Christy, The Name Behind 20+ Pro Model Boards

Barrett Christy is the second most decorated female athlete in X Games history, and first when it comes to signature boards.

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Mountain GOAT: Ingemar Backman, The Method of the Millennium

The air seen round the world, Ingemar Backman cemented his legacy in Riksgränsen, Sweden and only added to it every stylish method pulled thereafter.

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Mountain GOAT: Shawn Farmer, Shirtless Over The Baker Road Gap

The archetype for the modern day video part, Shawn Farmer lands high up on the Mountain Goat list.

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Mountain GOAT: Jeff Brushie, Hip-Hop in Snowboarding

“And up on the mountain, there was snow, caught big air like nobody know, went back to the bottom, hopped in my 6-4, got leather seats and a whole lot mo’.” – Jeff Brushie

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Mountain GOAT: Damian Sanders, SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s First Cover Shot

From hardboots and spandex to Super Bowl glory, learn a bit about Damian Sanders, who graced the first ever cover of SNOWBOARDER Magazine.

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Mountain GOAT: Mike Ranquet, The Butter Spread Round the World

Snowboarding’s first true provocateur, Ranquet rode at 52 miles an hour, switch, and kept snowboarding more skate and less ski.

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Mountain GOAT: Jamie Lynn, Style Incarnate

From one of the most recognizable methods in snowboarding, to the frontside 900 off the toes, Jamie Lynn is and will forever be style incarnate.

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