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Forest Bailey Now Rocking Dragons

Dragon is pleased to announce Forest Bailey has joined the family as a member of their pro team of eclectic snowboarders. Currently living in Boulder, Colorado, by way of Vermont, Forest brings an innovative bag of tricks wherever he travels, resulting in a slew of accomplishments in his 20 short years. His biggest result yet was clinching the Gold Medal in Snowboard Street at Winter X Games 2012. Forest continues to showcase his original, free flowing style in contests and video clips across the globe so look for much more from him in the future.
“I’m very excited to be joining the Dragon Alliance,” said Bailey on joining the team. “With the most proper goggles and a team stacked full of homies, it was pretty much a no brainer.”

“We could not be happier to announce the addition of Forest to the team,” says Dragon’s Snow Marketing Manager, Alex Pashley. “I really feel that he compliments the rest of the crew nicely and can’t wait to see what he will bring in the future.”

Look for Forest to bring diversity and skate influenced style to Dragon’s already notable urban team including Zak Hale and Frankie April, along with the rest of the global snow team with backcountry legends Gigi Ruf and Jamie Lynn plus pipe phenoms Danny Davis and Luke Mitrani.

For more Forest, check out his part in Givin’s “One” and on local handrails near you. Also, go to www.dragonalliance.com for the latest on all the snow team and happenings.

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  1. opposite of a zeach

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  2. Good for Forest. His part in Givin was so fucked.

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