Riders

Rider Bio: Eric Willett

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Sent straight to Youtube fame with his ludicrous line at Breck, Willet was somewhat unknown when he knocked out big leaguers Mikkel and Torstein at last year’s Dew Tour. Seemingly in his prime, Willet’s riding is likely to ripen long before we see it rot. Stance: Goofy Home Mountain: Breckenridge Board: Omatic Celebrity 154 Boot:…

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Rider Bio: Shaun White

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He’s got shocking red hair, stands at 5 feet 8 1/2 inches tall, is a multi-talented master of the boards, an Olympic gold-medalist (twice), has won both summer and winter X Games and Dew Tours, and he has his own video game. He is none other than professional snowboarder and skateboarder, Shaun White. Shaun Roger…

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VIDEO: Jess Kimura Shred to Toe

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Jess Kimura is one bad-ass rider. She’s so bad-ass that she’s got an entire system to keeping her gear legit while living out of her truck during her summer’s training at Mt. Hood. Hang with Jess as she goes through her setup piece by piece in a little series we like to call “Shred to…

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VIDEO: Forest Bailey Shred to Toe

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Take a relaxing stroll through the woods with Forest Bailey as he catches The House Boardshop up on the latest gear he’s rocking when’s he’s out playing professional snowboarder in the latest installment of Shred to Toe, brought to you by Snowboarder Magazine and The House Boardshop.

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VIDEO: Bode Merrill Shred to Toe

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Ever wondered what allows Bode Merrill to double-cork into powder? Maybe it was what their mom fed them for breakfast as a kid, maybe it is natural talent, or it could just be the gear they are riding. That is why SNOWBOARDER Magazine and The House Boardshop are catching up with some of the top…

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Rider Bio: Scotty Arnold

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Whether you call him Scotty or S.C.O Dubbs, Arnie has a fluid style that’s impossible to deny.  Bustin’ moves early on in Robot Food before flaunting his trickery in Mack Dawg productions, Arnold may have mic skills but it’s his technical rail riding and backcountry bangers that keep him in the game. Stance: Regular Home…

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Rider Bio: Moss Halladay

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The most exciting thing out of New Mexico since Taos lifted the ban on boarders, Moss has since left the west side of the tree and gone north. Only moving so far as Colorado, Moss broadened his bag of tricks and began to link up with locals, filming with So-Gnar and a variety of other…

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Rider Bio: Louis Paradis

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Louis is a man of many first names. His most official name, Louis-Félix Paradis, sounds just as classy as he looks, on rails that is. Bringing tech techniques to some of the streets most rugged metal, whether you call him Louie, Louif or Louis the style remains the same. Stance: Regular Home Mountain: Le Massif…

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Rider Bio: Chris Carr

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Another product of the East Coast system, Carr is not only a fun guy to be around, but a fun guy to watch on a snowboard. Using a creative approach when logging footage and choosing features, be on the look out for this up and comer who can stomp bolts off any staircase you throw…

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Rider Bio: Sage Kotsenburg

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Currently calling Utah home, Sage takes full advantage of Park City’s gargantuan jumps for dialing in his double cork 1080s.  An up and comer who began beeping loudly on the radar a few years back, Sage has now hit the podium twice in slopestyle at Winter Dew Tour and looks to have the passion and…

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