VIDEO: Scott Stevens Shred to Toe

Ever wondered what allows Scott Stevens to jib stuff you never imagined jibbable, or 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 pros to see what in their arsenal of product for this video series we like to call, “Shred to Toe”.

VIDEO: Jess Kimura Shred to Toe

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 Toe”, brought to you by Snowboarder Magazine and The House Boardshop.

VIDEO: Forest Bailey Shred to Toe

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.

VIDEO: Bode Merrill Shred to Toe

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 pros to see what in their arsenal of product for this video series we like to call, “Shred to Toe”.

Earn Your Turns. Drop Out Then Drop In. Nike 6.0

Something new from the folks at Snowboarder Magazine. Moving forward you will have the opportunity to view continuations of print articles, extra photos and videos which did not make the final cut and unique one of a kind content on The House blog as with this Nike 6.0 video.
Enjoy and don’t forget that Snowboarder Magazine loves ya’.

From Trevor Jacob’s vantage point, the line he looks down upon seems unending. Features of varying shapes and sizes twist off into the distance. Sweat beads on Jacob’s brow. He checks to make sure his gloves are tight. He must stay focused—there’s no room for error. Just as Trevor was contemplating backing out, he hears a stern voice: “Jacob, you ready?” After a tepid nod, Trevor inches forward, grabs the nearest spatula, and starts taking orders from the hungry masses. Like hundreds of thousands of riders across the country, Trevor Jacob heads to the hill each day looking for a thrill. What makes this day different is that for the first time in his seventeen years on earth, the rush he now experiences is the lunch rush. – Pat Bridges

Read this entire article in the August 2010 issue of Snowboarder Magazine on newsstands now.