Heckler Magazine Issue 2.3 features articles on snowboarder Mikey Marohn, up and coming female rider Kayli Hendricks, a candid interview with big wave surfer Ken “Skin Dog” Collins and the best half pipe designer in the world, Frank Wells. Issue 2.3 will feature the amazing photography of KC Hartsock. Heckler staff visited Jackson Hole, Mt. Shasta, and the SIA Trade Show and demo days at Copper Mountain Colorado.
This digital issue marks our fourth, and coming soon our digital content will be available on our own itunes app. Heckler Magazine staff have also started work on the next physical magazine coming this spring. Keep a lookout, you won’t want to miss this. Subscriptions will be available on our website.
Heckler is offered in digital format on our website for free, 6 digital magazines per year and four physical magazines per year. Heckler Magazine features in depth reporting on current events, artist profiles, professional athletes, action sports, and music interviews and reviews.
Founded in Sacramento in 1993, Heckler is a magazine that has covered the birth of action sports and the action sports lifestyle of California and the West Coast. Not only involved in action sports, but we have covered music, art, and even nightlife. By 2000 the magazine circulated all over the west coast and had 69,000 subscribers. In early 2011 the brand was purchased and became a private company. We strive to become the premier snowboarding, Skateboarding, music and art based lifestyle media company. With many different contributors young and old alike, we will tie our rich history with the new generation of action sports lifestyle. Through our unwavering commitment to bringing new engaging content to the web, mobile, and physical platforms, Heckler is a new fresh face in a sea of action sports media.
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