1. The Latest issue of Arkade magazine is out and the guys really brought their A Game this time Great stories NO better way to get stoked for season than this the passion you can feel in the stories got me so stoked i can’t even handle it!

    http://issuu.com/arkademagazine/docs/october2014?e=0/9487490

     



  2. Who doesn’t love sequence shots? 

    Joby Action Tripod

     



  3. Did you know the average runner should be replacing their shoes every 5-6 months? With the kind of stress your snowboard boots take they should be replaced more often than you think. I know I need a pair a season at least. Head to http://www.jibbingwithjerome.com/post/93688097578 to check my review of the boots I rode last season and bought again for this season. 

     



  4. I just saw the new brochure for Wild Mountains D-Team and they used a shot of me from a few years ago! This is a great chance to say that this is the time of year to sign up for D-Team if you’re looking to learn a few new tricks and have fun at some casual contests this season. and if you are looking to really compete and have one of the best coaches in the midwest Vision Elite is going to have a program out of wild mountain this season!

    Photo: Sarah Kuntz

     



  5. Sunday morning skate session with Eric Heggernes

    all snapped with GoPro Hero 3+ Black using Joby Action Tripod

     



  6. ShrEDIT: Skate solo session 9/9 

    Filmed using my Joby Gpod mini magnetic!

     



  7. New Selfie Skate edit coming at ya tomorrow AM!

    Thanks to my Joby Gpod Mini Magnetic !

    I wish i could have had the gopro with the app and all these other cool toys when i was a kid. I could have dropped INSANE edits back in the day it would have been so motivating!

     



  8. You can not beat stickers! Everyone loves stickers!!! Huge thanks to Diecutstickers.com

     



  9. Throwback Thursday: back in the day we had to car tow in to fun little spot like this, then there was the banshee bungee. Now I just hope my bungees never break! 📷 Sarah Kuntz

     



  10. Skate Session with Brandon Bowes last night at Ojibway!

    Filmed with Gopole Reach 

     



  11. Fresh Things Friday: first magazine of the season.

    1) Transworld snowboarding is out: After being bought by grind media last year they still exist and it still makes me smile.

    2) Jake Welch is on Ride! : One of the riders that has been in limbo since forum closed up shop and I can’t wait to see what he’s been up to!

    3) The new Burton ad on the inside cover: It says “we know why we ride… Do you?” This reminds me of the old Burton ads that said “open minds open mountains”. I’m really happy to see this and happy that the first thing I see inside a snowboard mag isn’t an ad for an energy drink, hotdogs, or god knows what it could have been!

     



  12. Throwback Thursday: Slashing Slush at Lutsen!

     



  13. Throwback Thursday: a spring session at afton back lip on the mailbox 📷:Sarah Kuntz

     



  14. Sarah and I had never been on jet ski’s before, so our friends Emily and Dan helped us remedy that yesterday! Such a blast! Living in the land of 10,000 lakes it’s a must!!!

     



  15. Ride Lasso boots  MSRP$ 269.99 The gig is up for traditional lace lovers; Ride’s Lasso boot will hog-tie your heel down with their new Tongue Tied Boa lacing system. With a stellar out of box fit and Intuition liners there is practically no break in. By seasons end you will still be smiling when you hear the click of this boot wrapping around your foot letting you know it will be there through every turn! The Lasso rides just as well on the last day of season as the first. Get to your local shop and try on Ride’s Lasso boots!

    For the last 13 years people have been claiming that laces were going to die because of this BOA dial technology and for 12 years i’ve tried on every boot i could get my foot in and never been impressed in the least with a boot that had a dial on the front of it. This boot changed all that every problem I’ve ever had with lacing this boot has solved The one thing that I think is really worth noting about this boot is that the sizing runs different than a lot of brands I was able to step down a half a size from the Burton’s and 32 boots I’ve ridden in the past & a whole size from the Nike’s / a few others I’ve tried on. 

    Any boot review is only an opinion and everyone’s feet are different. The most important thing in EVERY boot is that it fits your foot and that you have it sized properly.  So as season approaches please remember to bring snowboarding socks with you to try on boots. I always start my season in my spring socks so i have enough room to feel comfortable while still letting my toes brush up agains the front of the boot with out being curled. I also recommend an aftermarket footbed this season i rode and really enjoyed the Superfeet Carbon footbeds.

     


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