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    The Best of Benny Milam

    Chisago Lakes' Benny Milam takes the whole fire emoji expression to the next level in this House of 1817 Monday Minute season mash-up which showcases the best of his 2016/17 season. With a barrage of tech, creative, and mind-melting gap tricks, this 18-year old leaves you wanting more and fiending for some hot laps in 1817’s-own signature rope tow park in Buck Hill, Minnesota. The snowboard season definitely isn’t over yet, so keep your eyes peeled for more spring shred action from the entire @volcomsnow squad on Instagram! A post shared by Benny Milam (@mennybilam) on Mar 30, 2017 at 5:40pm PDT A post shared by Benny Milam (@mennybilam) on Feb 21, 2017 at 5:28pm PST Always on the hunt for spots, Benny pictured in our Stone Zip Hoodie scoping out some street spots in Duluth, MN. (photo: Tbird) Frontside boardslide at Snowboarder Mag's 2017 'The Launch' in Snow Summit, CA. (photo: Tbird) Sending it! (photo: Mary Walsh) Benny said, "it was a Goodyear" at his home resort in Dresser, Wisconsin. (photo: Stephan Jende) Casual as can be through the Tumpline at Trollhaugen. (photo: Mary Walsh)
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    Volcomgratulations To Our Team

    The Volcom Family is a wildly diverse group of talented human beings: surfers, skaters, riders, musicians, artists, and committed creative individuals who simply refuse to settle. They are more than just dreamers. They are doers. The diehards. Pushing it further. Sweating every detail, unwilling to relent. They are uniquely driven souls whose actions speak much louder than words. Charging forward in all environments and fueled by an unyielding dedication to craft. This crew—our crew—is the raw embodiment of Volcom’s TRUE TO THIS ideology. Channeling their energy, their potential, and their passion. They are collectively shaping tomorrow, today. Volcomgratulations to our team. photo: Daniel Cabral
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    Marcus Kleveland wins 2017 Rookie of the Year

    A huge congratulations goes out to 17 year old Marcus Kleveland for winning the Men's Snowboarder Magazine Rookie of the Year! Our young Norwegian rider has been on quite the tear this past season by landing on top of a couple key contest podiums and stirring up the daily social feed with mind-melting and innovative NBD video clips. Being one of, if not the, youngest rider to land a quadruple cork (as seen in above video), it comes as no surprise that Snowboarder Magazine awarded him Rookie of the Year for 2017. With heavy momentum going into the thick of the 2016/17 winter season, we look forward to what is to come for young Marcus! "So fresh and fun, from quad corks to backside 7 rewinds to double corks off knuckles, all with style." - Peter Line Click to see full feature       More Marcus Kleveland Snow Marcus Kleveland Weekend Essentials If you were to come to my hometown during the middle of winter, in the southern mountain regions of Norway, you would... Snow 2017 Volcom Snowboarding Outerwear Jump in the van… the Volcom van! Last season the Volcom fleet roamed around North America, making stops from Alaska to Lake Tahoe, re...
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    Early Season at Brighton Resort with Mike Ravelson and Parker Szumowski

    Just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah, and up Big Cottonwood Canyon, lays Brighton Resort, one of snowboarding’s most traveled and sought-after shred meccas. With consistently good weather and snow, Brighton holds down a wide range of terrain consisting of “as good as it gets” backcountry access, tree runs, pristine groomers, multiple terrain parks, and the buzzing media hype DIY spot, The Bone Zone. If you ever get a chance to ride Brighton, you will easily see why a healthy chunk of snowboarding’s professionals call this place one of their favorite resorts to visit. A year ago, East Coast native and Volcom team rider Mike Ravelson posted up in SLC with a fun group of friends that have been welcomed into the community with open arms. This season, Rav’s close friend and Volcom new blood, Parker Szumowski, followed his lead by making the commitment to spend the shred season in SLC and ride Brighton as much as humanly possible. This year, with heavy anticipation of the first decent snowfall, the Brighton locals took it upon themselves to fire up the mountain with energy by creating the early season DIY jib park, The Bone Zone. Consisting of hand built and existing park features, shredders can get an early fix and jump on tuning up tricks they have been dreaming about all summer before the lifts officially open. The edit features Rav and Parker, along with a couple bros, for a few laps and some energy-filled sessions at Brighton during opening weekend a few short weeks ago.
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    Scott Blum's Weekend Essentials | Volcom Outerwear 2017

    The weather forecasts are firing, your crew is blowing you up, and the weekend shred getaway is dialed in! Now the serious question: what are you going to pack?! Some of the biggest things that can make or break that perfect day of shredding is how you prepare for the conditions and a little knowledge into what to expect. As we all know, you aren’t going to last long nuking pow day showing up to the chairlift in just a hoodie, or getting stuck sweating it out in that heavy down jacket during warm spring conditions. Making good outerwear decisions is crucial! So, to help you out, we had a few of the Volcom Snow Team riders breakdown their favorite gear to wear during their hometown weekend shred sessions! .bquote {margin:0;font-size:24px !important;} @media only screen and (max-width: 960px){ .bquote {font-size:16px !important;} } @media only screen and (max-width: 768px){ .bquote {margin:0;} } "When planning a trip to Mammoth, CA in November, you can expect conditions to range from sunny and perfect to puking powder. My go-to outerwear set up is a hooded sweatshirt with a flannel or windbreaker, but I always keep a good warm / waterproof jacket close by for the cold mornings and surprise powder days."- Scott Blum Shop Blum's Winter Weekend Essentials Simons Insulated Flannel Jacket JLA Stone Zip Fleece Alternate Jacket Freakin Snow Chino Base RPET Crew Base Layer Pant Sweep Beanie Stay Dry Mitt More Winter Weekend Essentials Scott Blum Bryan Iguchi Pat Moore Arthur Longo Elena Hight Marcus Kleveland Shop All Snow Outerwear
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    2017 Volcom Snowboarding Outerwear

    Jump in the van… the Volcom van! Last season the Volcom fleet roamed around North America, making stops from Alaska to Lake Tahoe, re-fueling in the Midwest, making excuses for some rope-tow high jinx, and escaping into the B.C. abyss at Baldface Lodge. No plans, just shred! 2017 Volcom Outerwear       Recent Snow News Snow Volcom Outerwear With GORE-TEX® Provides Maximum Protection From Weather Found throughout the Guide Proven Technology (GPT) collection from Volcom Outerwear, GORE-TEX®'s fabric provides... Product New This Season, The Volcom TDS® GORE-TEX® Jacket Goes Infrared New for this season Volcom introduces far-infrared (FIR) fabric technology to their flagship outerwear jacket, the TDS®...

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Arthur Longo Weekend Essentials | Volcom Outerwear 2017
The weather forecasts are firing, your crew is blowing you up, and the weekend shred getaway is dialed in! Now the serious question: what are you going to pack?! Some of the biggest things that can make or break that perfect day of shredding is how you prepare for the conditions and a little knowledge into what to expect. As we all know, you aren’t going to last long nuking pow day showing up to the chairlift in just a hoodie, or getting stuck sweating it out in that heavy down jacket during warm spring conditions. Making good outerwear decisions is crucial! So, to help you out, we had a few of the Volcom Snow team riders breakdown their favorite gear to wear during their hometown weekend shred sessions! .bquote {margin:0;font-size:20px !important;} @media only screen and (max-width: 960px){ .bquote {font-size:14px !important;} } @media only screen and (max-width: 768px){ .bquote {margin:0;} } "If you were to take a trip to Les 2 Alpes in December, you know you could encounter some of the coldest days of the winter and hopefully big snow falls. The bottom of the resort is at 1600 meters and rises up to 3200 meters where some of the best off-post runs are already in good conditions. To make sure I spend a long day out, I usually pick a combo of Gore-Tex Overall and Jacket. Also, the best option if you want to go straight from the snow to the après ski is dry underwear!" - Arthur Longo Shop Arthur's Winter Weekend Essentials Stone GORE-TEX® Jacket Rain GORE-TEX® Overall Base Layer Crew Base Layer Pant SFD Powder Mitt Sweep Lined Beanie More Winter Weekend Essentials Scott Blum Bryan Iguchi Pat Moore Arthur Longo Elena Hight Marcus Kleveland Shop All Snow Outerwear
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Elena Hight Weekend Essentials | Volcom Outerwear 2017
The weather forecasts are firing, your crew is blowing you up, and the weekend shred getaway is dialed in! Now the serious question: what are you going to pack?! Some of the biggest things that can make or break that perfect day of shredding is how you prepare for the conditions and a little knowledge into what to expect. As we all know, you aren’t going to last long nuking pow day showing up to the chairlift in just a hoodie, or getting stuck sweating it out in that heavy down jacket during warm spring conditions. Making good outerwear decisions is crucial! So, to help you out, we had a few of the Volcom Snow team riders breakdown their favorite gear to wear during their hometown weekend shred sessions! .bquote {margin:0;font-size:20px !important;} @media only screen and (max-width: 960px){ .bquote {font-size:14px !important;} } @media only screen and (max-width: 768px){ .bquote {margin:0;} } "Tahoe is almost always epic conditions during the holidays! You want to make sure that you are more than prepared so you aren’t missing the pow because you are unprepared. I always start with a super comfortable first layer, and always wear my insulated jacket to keep me super warm. Zip-Tech is the KEY to staying dry in the pow, so make sure you zip in and go out and enjoy those unbeatable Tahoe days this year!"- Elena Hight Shop Elena's Winter Weekend Essentials Shadow Insulated Jacket Stave Jacket Hexie Pant Peep GORE-TEX® Mitt Logan Beanie More Winter Weekend Essentials Scott Blum Bryan Iguchi Pat Moore Arthur Longo Elena Hight Marcus Kleveland Shop All Snow Outerwear
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Marcus Kleveland Weekend Essentials | Volcom Outerwear 2017
The weather forecasts are firing, your crew is blowing you up, and the weekend shred getaway is dialed in! Now the serious question: what are you going to pack?! Some of the biggest things that can make or break that perfect day of shredding is how you prepare for the conditions and a little knowledge into what to expect. As we all know, you aren’t going to last long nuking pow day showing up to the chairlift in just a hoodie, or getting stuck sweating it out in that heavy down jacket during warm spring conditions. Making good outerwear decisions is crucial! So, to help you out, we had a few of the Volcom Snow team riders breakdown their favorite gear to wear during their hometown weekend shred sessions! "If you were to come to my hometown during the middle of winter, in the southern mountain regions of Norway, you would definitely need some good outerwear! We have very cold and windy weather. I love the Brighton Pullover in sepia colorway in particular. It is more comfy to has the zipper on the side. It is warm and fits great around your body. And it looks just awesome! Then there is the Stretch Gore-Tex pant, you will keep dry in almost any condition, and it is very light and comfy to wear! You will need the Zip-Tech to keep the snow and wind outside! Outside of that, just go out there and have fun!"- Marcus Kleveland Shop Marcus's Winter Weekend Essentials Brighton Pullover Stretch GORE-TEX® Pant Bridge Fleece Let It Storm Glove Ryder Sock More Winter Weekend Essentials Scott Blum Bryan Iguchi Pat Moore Arthur Longo Elena Hight Marcus Kleveland Shop All Snow Outerwear
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Pat Moore Weekend Essentials | Volcom Outerwear 2017
The weather forecasts are firing, your crew is blowing you up, and the weekend shred getaway is dialed in! Now the serious question: what are you going to pack?! Some of the biggest things that can make or break that perfect day of shredding is how you prepare for the conditions and a little knowledge into what to expect. As we all know, you aren’t going to last long nuking pow day showing up to the chairlift in just a hoodie, or getting stuck sweating it out in that heavy down jacket during warm spring conditions. Making good outerwear decisions is crucial! So, to help you out, we had a few of the Volcom Snow team riders breakdown their favorite gear to wear during their hometown weekend shred sessions! .bquote {margin:0;font-size:24px !important;} @media only screen and (max-width: 960px){ .bquote {font-size:18px !important;} } @media only screen and (max-width: 768px){ .bquote {margin:0;} .break { padding:0 20px 20px; } } "Growing up on the East Coast I’ve learned to pack for changing weather regardless of where I travel. I’ve seen New Hampshire days go from heavy snow, to rain, to perfectly sunny in a matter of hours. If you’re taking a weekend trip this December up to Waterville or Loon, take a few layer options with you so you’re comfortable riding. My signature line has three main pieces to use in any conditions. The INS Jacket and Chino Pant are both warm and durable. And my Sherpa Flannel is perfect to layer up for those super cold days or to use on its own when it warms up. It takes some effort to get up to the mountains, so make sure you’re prepared with equipment that will allow you to enjoy your time there."- Pat Moore   Shop Pat's Winter Weekend Essentials Pat Moore Insulated Jacket Pat Moore Pant Pat Moore Sherpa Jacket TDS® Base Layer Crew Pat Moore Glove More Winter Weekend Essentials Scott Blum Bryan Iguchi Pat Moore Arthur Longo Elena Hight Marcus Kleveland Shop All Snow Outerwear
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Bryan Iguchi Weekend Essentials | Volcom Outerwear 2017
The weather forecasts are firing, your crew is blowing you up, and the weekend shred getaway is dialed in! Now the serious question: what are you going to pack?! Some of the biggest things that can make or break that perfect day of shredding is how you prepare for the conditions and a little knowledge into what to expect. As we all know, you aren’t going to last long nuking pow day showing up to the chairlift in just a hoodie, or getting stuck sweating it out in that heavy down jacket during warm spring conditions. Making good outerwear decisions is crucial! So, to help you out, we had a few of the Volcom Snow team riders breakdown their favorite gear to wear during their hometown weekend shred sessions! .bquote {margin:0;font-size:20px !important;} @media only screen and (max-width: 960px){ .bquote {font-size:16px !important;} } @media only screen and (max-width: 768px){ .bquote {margin:0;} } "I've now lived in Jackson Hole for over 20 years. When packing for Jackson, I'd recommend a well-thought-out layering system. For the days I'm out pushing myself from predawn until after dark, it's important that my gear will work in all types of conditions without getting wet, cold, or overheating. It needs to be waterproof, yet breathable, lightweight, and have stretch, allowing free-flowing movement."- Bryan Iguchi Shop Iguchi's Winter Weekend Essentials TD2 Jacket TD2 Pant Iguchi slack Vest Iguchi Wool 2nd Layer Warner Beanie SFD Powder Mitt More Winter Weekend Essentials Scott Blum Bryan Iguchi Pat Moore Arthur Longo Elena Hight Marcus Kleveland Shop All Snow Outerwear
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New This Season, The Volcom TDS® GORE-TEX® Jacket Goes Infrared
New for this season Volcom is introducing far-infrared (FIR) fabric technology to our flagship outerwear jacket, the TDS® GORE-TEX® jacket, setting a new standard in insulated performance outerwear. Learn More Short for "Thermal Defense System", the TDS® INF GORE-TEX® jacket is built to perform in the most demanding alpine environments. By introducing FIR technology to the strategically placed thermal panels on the inside of the jacket, whose GORE-TEX® fabric shell utilizes GORE® C-KNIT™ backer technology, the TDS® is now warmer and lighter than ever. Constructed using a carbon yarn based far-infrared fabric, the 3-layer lining system allows the body to heat and warm itself using its own far-infrared waves to prevent heat loss. Achieved through use of infrared panels that absorb, store and re-emit the body’s natural heat emissions, while venting excess heat once the fabric's storage capacity is full. With the placement of the infrared panels filled with 80/20 down around the body's core, the most critical parts of the body are continually warmed, while areas prone to overheating and require greater breathability are left unlined with key placement of zippered vents for maximum thermal comfort. By designing the perfect layering and thermal regulating system directly into the jacket, we've eliminated the need for a 2nd layer. Just put on a proper 1st/base layer, like the TDS® Base Layer Crew, and go on your way. Shop TDS® INF GORE-TEX® Jacket