We’re turning 10! Who would have thunk it? Our first issue of the season is filled with celebrating a decade of snowboard gibberish along with our 2019 Gear Guide. In stores and on newsstands across the country now, get yours, get hyped.
COVER | Finn Westbury [o] Rob Lemay
It’s with heavy hearts we’ve dedicated our back cover and upfront pages to a true legend. A few of those closest to Dillon Ojo bring us insight into his character. dillonojo.org
“He taught us to love life and to enjoy giving and sharing time with the ones we care about.” —Julien Choiniere
WHERE YOU AT, CHRIS DUFFICY? | By William Fraser
We catch up with Chris Dufficy to find the former member of the Forum elite in a great place.
“I’m at the point where I’m done with snowboarding, and I’m on to my next stage of life, and that’s being a father, being a husband.”–Chris Dufficy
SPYCAM | Frank Bourgeois, Method [o] Joseph Roby
Our photo feature with a glimpse from our newest Senior Photographer, Joseph Roby
CRAVING THE CARVE | By Danny Kern
Team K2 cuts deep into Grand Targhee turns. Featuring a few of our favourite Enjoyers.
“You know the days when the snowflakes are as light as pollen but much prettier? And there’s so much it’s like quicksand when it gathers in one place.”
TEN-YEAR REIGN | A Decade of Bullshit
A decade of bullshit, indeed. We riff about where King Snow came from, why we still exist and why we always will.
“Ten years, yippee, #whocares, crack a beer, we’ll nod in respect to our past like two bus drivers passing each other on the highway and put one foot in front of the other and drop into another decade. Thanks for coming along for the ride.”
/19 HARD GOODS GUIDE | Photos by Crispin Cannon, Design by Tyler Quarles
A retro look into the future. “We are nothing but flesh-bound bone and muscle on a spec in time and space. In comparison to the universe, our life serves no purpose.”
RIPPING | By Joseph Roby
Phil Trifiro-Riendeau talks about life snowboarding by bicycle. Phil is the next level approach to snowboarding.
BEST STORY EVER | By Dano Pendygrasse
We learn of Devun Walsh’s discovery and destruction of The Hurley Road Gap.
“legendary spot and a rite of passage for many pros, but few know that it was a product of Devun’s vision and hard work.”