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Teen Time: We Interned at Woodward Copper

Teen Time: We Interned at Woodward Copper

Have you ever had so much fun that you just don’t really want to stop doing what it is that is allowing you to have that much fun? Well that’s what its like being at Woodward Copper Summer Camp. Having the opportunity to be a Junior Counselor for 6 six weeks this past summer, was […]

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The Ultimate Solution to Surface Lifts

The Ultimate Solution to Surface Lifts

If a problem can be envisioned then so can a solution. This seems to be the mantra of inventors who feel snowboarding has too many faults. They’ve created poles for pushing across flats, rotational disks so you can skate easier, and a slew of other bad ideas. The new problem that needs to be solved […]

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Mammoth Mountain Jealous of Vail, Buys Bear and Snow Summit

Mammoth Mountain Jealous of Vail, Buys Bear and Snow Summit

It’s true jealousy is not pretty. In fact it’s just downright ugly. Well Mammoth Mountain that once epicenter of snowboarding in the early 2000’s was not pleased that Vail Resorts bought Park City Mountain Resort and further made their cheap season passes more enticing. In a fit of jealous rage and a wish to capitalize […]

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The Reinvention of the Standard Beanie

The Reinvention of the Standard Beanie

Beanies or Toques depending on who you ask are largely un-revolutionary. By and large regardless of make, model, or logo they all do the same thing. You put them on, they cover your head, you go do whatever in them whether snowboarding or running around town. There is no real differentiation behind them. Well that’s […]

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Nike Might Not Be Snowboarding Again

Nike Might Not Be Snowboarding Again

Nike wants you to believe they’re Never Not Snowboarding; but the truth is there was a time they weren’t snowboarding between the last time they went snowboarding. In the late 90’s and early 2000’s they entered the snowboard market and tried to gain some clout and market share. They failed and left. Sure they’ve come […]

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Teen Time – Lets Go To Snowboard On The Block

Teen Time – Lets Go To Snowboard On The Block

Teen Time is a new column featuring Travis and Aidan, two teenagers that clearly have too much time on their hands and a need to release their creative energy. The goal of this column is to get their teenage perspective on various aspects of snowboarding, because evidently old people are jaded and shouldn’t speak. For […]

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Park City Mountain Resort To Remain Open For 2014/15 Season

Park City Mountain Resort To Remain Open For 2014/15 Season

Park City Mountain Resort’s opening for this winter has been up in the air as the season is fast approaching. This has had many people wondering not only about if the resort would be open, but also how this would impact the town. One of our sources was able to obtain an internal memo from […]

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The Million Dollar Kickstarter Idea No One Wants

The Million Dollar Kickstarter Idea No One Wants

There once was a time when crowd funding sites like Kickstarter didn’t allow every person and bad idea the chance to pan handle to the Internet masses, sadly those days are gone. This leaves us with a plethora of bad ideas seeking non traditional funding. Earlier this week we were given the opportunity to fund […]

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Turn Pavement Into Powder, The Worlds Worst Faceshot

Turn Pavement Into Powder, The Worlds Worst Faceshot

With snowboarding being seasonal there always seems to be someone out to invent some new form of off season activity to satiate the thirst for sliding sideways on snow. While most are content to ride a skateboard or cruise around on a longboard, that just doesn’t always work for the non mechanically inclined. Which is […]

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Words With Garrett McKenzie A Self Entitled Low Level Sponsored Rider

Words With Garrett McKenzie A Self Entitled Low Level Sponsored Rider

Sponsorship; the culmination of hard work and exquisite marketing to attain free product so as to not have to pay to do something you love. There used to be a time when sponsorship meant you really worked to get it and to make it out of the relative obscurity of a regional rider to the […]