Keenan Filmer, Whistler, BC. [o] Rob Lemay

“I do a couple of weird things with my setups. My binding angles change every season, right now they’re 12 and -12. I always push the binding forward towards the toe edge and I always shift the highback to run along the heel edge. Then, with my boots, I take the laces out and start lacing them from the ankle.”

Dinosaurs Will Die | Kwon, 159, 161
“I’ve always liked the sound of having a ‘quiver’ of boards but realistically having one board that does it all is way better. The Kwon does it. Mid-high flex, camber between feet and flat after so you get the feel of a flat camber board with the pop of camber. It’s the best of both. It’s also slightly directional and tapered so it’s a grand time in the pow pow. And the graphic, done by Jesse Robinson Williams, is always sick.”

Union | Force

“In my eyes, it’s the only binding. Beginners to pros. Zero things wrong with it. It’s basic, light and it works.”

ThirtyTwo | TM3

“One of the stiffer laces boots in their line. Definitely a boot for a stronger rider. I’ve always struggled with breaking in boots but the last couple seasons I’ve been throwing the liner in the oven for a while then putting on three pairs of socks and wearing them around the house for a bit and that seems to work.”

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