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The company was founded in 2009 by Swedish professional skier and Red Bull athlete Jon Olsson and Norwegian product designer Truls Brataas, for the seemingly simple purpose of improving travel with skis.
AASI and Burton are hosting a social media contest through Jan. 31, 2017. Use the hashtags #kidscansnowboard and #snowpros over social media, and one winner will win a lesson with a certified AASI instructor at a Burton Riglet Park, a free kid’s specific Burton Riglet Snowboard, and a pair of Burton Mini-Grom Snowboard Boots.
“As snowboarders and people who love the mountains and winter, we take climate change personally,” said Donna Carpenter, CEO of Burton Snowboards.
Beyond retail, the shared space will continue to offer the type of customized services that long-time shoppers value, including bike fitting and tuning, bike demos, custom boot fitting, ski and snowboard tuning, and ski and snowboard demos as well as the Junior Trade program for kids’ skis, snowboards, and bikes.
Last week’s colder temperatures and abundant sunshine made it a great time to get on the slopes in Pacific Northwest mountains.
The continued relationship brings Giro together with organizations committed to lowering the instances of injury in their customers with inclusion in Mammoth Mountain’s Safety Month.
Showcasing Danimals’ original artwork, the Vans Implant is equipped with classic snowboard boot construction, finished with a fully-loaded feature package that caters to the needs and wants of every style of rider.
Originating from Sun Valley, Idaho, Smith was founded in 1965 with the invention of the first snow goggle featuring a sealed thermal lens and breathable vent foam.
Black Crows was founded in 2006 in Chamoix, France, by professional freeskiers Camille Jaccoux and Bruno Compagnet. The company introduced its growing line of freeskis to the North American market in 2014 and has since taken off, growing a dedicated following in North America and beyond.