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Posts Tagged ‘snowboard history’
A blast from the past
Sticky paper backed memories
A double feature: Peter and JP
Get learned kids.
Living legend shit.
A 12-year revisionist history
Russell Winfield gets the story
Bleed for it.
Test your knowledge!
It was around then that Chuck met a Canadian snowboarder named Ken Achenbach. Ken was an early believer in Chuck, and because Chuck rarely left the beaches of SoCal, Ken took it upon himself to spread the gospel of Barfoot Snowboards. Back in the day, Chuck Barfoot was anything but a shrewd businessman, but he [...]
If you haven’t seen a shot by Andy…chances are, you could be blind.
Before the camber and rocker debate, before step ins or baseless bindings, hell, before edges, there was Terry Kidwell. On this Third Thursday, Dave Lee and the Signal Crew set out to replicate Terry’s old snowboards with the help of o.g. skateboard maker Paul Schmidt and a little bit of modern technology. If you like [...]
If you’ve never seen the Garden, you need to drop everything, find it, and watch it. In Part 2 of Bryan Iguchi’s powder and Rails Series, learn how it came to be. We were so intimidated by Bryan Iguchi’s mountaineering man-skills in Part One that we made him do the sit-down interview in a fluffy [...]