Archives for the ‘States of Shred’ Category

State of Shred: Maine»

Get the skinny on the East Coast’s AK.

04/08/13 » 21 Comments
State of Shred: Northern California»

Don’t let this season sway you, Nor Cal rules

04/26/12 » 14 Comments
State of the Shred: Massachusetts»

It’s wicked pissah, guy.

01/05/12 » 41 Comments
State of Shred: Southern Idaho»

Mashed potatoes aren’t the only abundant white fluffy stuff in this state.

12/15/11 » 19 Comments
State of Shred: Southern California»

Sun, fun, babes and boarding!

11/14/11 » 17 Comments
State of Shred: Pennsylvania»

Dinosaurs in Outerspace breakdown the Keystone State.

10/13/11 » 41 Comments
State of Shred: New Hampshire»

Live free or die, bitches!

04/27/11 » 22 Comments
State of Shred: Colorado»

Population: 5,024,748 State since: August 1,1876 Total Resorts: 22 Colorado is home to some of the top resorts in the nation. Even people from that Europe place come over here to stimulate our economy with their vacations and luckily they bring their hot daughters. Colorado has actual mountains: that get a lot of snow, that […]

03/07/11 » 33 Comments
State of Shred: Vermont»

Jay Peak. Photo: For such a tiny state, Vermont certainly packs a punch when it comes to East Coast snowboarding. It’s not just sitcoms based in NY that travel there for the goods, but aspiring pipe jocks, wanna be Burton employees, and just about anyone else in a five hundred mile radius. And for […]

02/18/11 » 30 Comments
State of Shred: Wisconsin»

Dave Matonich at Sunburst, courtesy Wisconsin Shred Project Population: 5,654,774 State since: 1848 Total Resorts: 30 (no, seriously) State of Shred? In the state of Wisconsin? I know the editors expected me to come out and shit all over this state, but really I can’t. The people who eat, sleep and breathe snowboarding in Wisconsin […]

01/28/11 » 37 Comments
State of Shred: Washington»

Population: 6,664,195 State since: 1889 Total Resorts: 15 There is no better place for a snowboarder than Washington. Being an old and bitter man, sometimes I forget this. But it’s true: we’re at least tied for Number One In The Galaxy, when you factor in everything. We get the most snow, and our young mountains […]

01/14/11 » 30 Comments