SNOWBOARDER Magazine Presents “Pepper”—Nils Mindnich Full Part

Nils Mindnich’s part from “Pepper” is online for 48 hours only!

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Ted Borland Full Part—SNOWBOARDER Magazine Presents “Pepper”

Ted Borland’s part from “Pepper” is online for 48 hours only!

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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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Garrett “Worm” Warnick Full Part—SNOWBOARDER Magazine Presents “Pepper”

Worm’s part from “Pepper” is online for 48 hours only!

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Fakie News: Sneak Peek Inside SNOWBOARDER’s Latest Issue—In Shops Now

Inside the newest issue, Volume 30 Issue 2, available for free at your local shop now!

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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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Mountain GOAT: All Hail John Cardiel

From Rippey flips to shifty late 180s, the demigod of concrete and Thrasher 1992 Skater Of The Year, John Cardiel, left an irreplaceable mark on snowboarding after his first day strapped in.

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Mountain GOAT: Chris Roach and the Triple-Pump Grasser

SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s Mountain GOATS celebrates the most influential snowboarders of the last thirty years.

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Mountain GOAT: Peter Bauer & Jean Nerva, Euro Carving Extraordinaires

Speedsuits, gate-bashing and accents turning on a snowboard like never before. Originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue of SNOWBOARDER Magazine.

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Mountain GOAT: Shaun Palmer, Snowboarding’s First Prodigy and One-Foot Pioneer

One-footers and riding down the pipe with middle fingers raised, now you know who did it first. Shaun Palmer joins the Greatest of All Time list originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue of SNOWBOARDER Magazine.

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Mountain GOAT: Terry Kidwell, The Most Printed Picture in Snowboard History

Four-time World Halfpipe Champion Terry Kidwell may not have been the first to do an air on a snowboard, but he was the first to do it right.

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Mountain GOAT: Craig Kelly, A Legacy Like No Other

Craig Kelly didn’t just help snowboarding grow, he helped it grow up. Originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue of SNOWBOARDER Magazine.

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Letters From The Editors: T. Bird, Snowboarding For as Long as Socially Allowable

Current editor of SNOWBOARDER Magazine, Tom Monterosso, just wants to ride for as long as possible. Originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue available now.

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Letters From The Editors: Pat Bridges, All For Free Lift Tickets

Creative Director Pat Bridges sticks around SNOWBOARDER Magazine for the lift tickets, originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue available now.

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Letters From The Editors: Mark Sullivan, Still Pointing It

Past Editor Mark Sullivan talks about the salad days and his creative team at SNOWBOARDER Magazine, originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue available now.

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Letters From The Editors: The Evolution of Snowboarding, Rob Campbell

Past Editor Rob Campbell talks SNOWBOARDER Magazine in the ’90s, originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue available now.

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Letters From The Editors: Jeff Galbraith, Former Editor of SNOWBOARDER Magazine

Past Editor Jeff Galbraith talks SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s wild beginnings, originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue available now.

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Letters From The Editors: Snowboarder’s First Employee, Doug Palladini

Past Editor Doug Palladini talks SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s start and formative years, originally published in the 30th Anniversary Issue available now.

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