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    Volcom Snowboarding - Stone Army

    Words like “raw” are often thrown around hastily to describe edits, clips, and riding style, but few videos really embody the untethered proclivity that draws all of us into ripping turns season after season. Last spring the Volcom crew was busy doing what they do best, on a van trip throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic with stops at Superpark 19, Eastern Boarder’s Last Call and Rhode Island’s Yawgoo Valley, riding away from the impossible in the Midwest, and sending it way past sunset at Mammoth during The Launch. The collective snowboarding by the Stone Army is unfiltered, loose, and stocked with the hard-to-describe quality that anyone who spends most of their time strapped into a snowboard will immediately recognize. This short movie keeps you glued to the screen for the entire ten minutes, so sit back and take it in. Featuring Benny Milam, Jake Selover, Reid Smith, Zach Normandin, Lyon Farrell, Brock Crouch, Chandler Hunt, Cody Warble, Merrick Joyce, Parker Szumowski, Mary Rand, Richie Conklin, Mike Ravelson, Scott Blum, Frank Knab, and Jamie Lynn. Enjoy and for more fun, follow on Snapchat. Filmed by Seth Huot, Pat Barraza, Jeff Kabigting, Jake Price, Derek Combs, and Tim Stanford.     Check out the all-new 2016 Volcom Outerwear HERE. Volcom Snowboarding 2016 Collection, featuring Men's, Women's and Boys' Snowboard Jackets, Snow Pants, & Snowboarding Gear. Outerwear that is built to perform with style and functionality.
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    Exclusive Feature - The Unfound: Bryan Iguchi

    Bryan Iguchi's exclusive digital feature w/ Teton Gravity Research is live HERE. Go behind-the-scenes in this photo and video feature to explore Bryan's first introduction to board sports and snowboarding, valuable lessons he learned over the years, and more. Bryan Iguchi finds airtime during a spring shred mission in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Photo: Wade Dunstan / WRKSHRT
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    Volcom Snowboarding - Mike Ravelson - Snark Attack!

    SNARK ATTACK from Skylar Brent Early season snowboarding with Volcom's Mike Ravelson at Killington Mountain in VT. Video / Artwork: Skylar Brent
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    Volcom Presents 'Standing Ovation' Starring Bryan Iguchi & Jamie Lynn

    Two legendary members of the Volcom team, Bryan Iguchi and Jamie Lynn reunited deep in the wilderness of Alaska last season on a heli mission to drop into massive mountain lines in a way few riders on Earth are able. These two, whose individual styles have shaped the fabric of snowboarding over multiple decades, arc turns alongside one another down some of the most treacherous faces found in North America. While the tracks Jamie and Guch leave behind them will be filled in when the next storm blows through, the lines they weave in Volcom’s Standing Ovation are instantly frozen in time via this Jake Price-made video. Ultimate style in some of the most gnarly mountains. Thanks, Jamie and Guch for the constant inspiration. -Snowboarder Magazine   Featured in the video, the all-new 2016 Volcom Snow Outerwear: Guide GORE-TEX® Jacket - BUY HERE Guide GORE-TEX® Pant- - BUY HERE Air TDS GORE-TEX® Jacket - BUY HERE First Layer Crew - BUY HERE First Layer Bottom - BUY HERE   RELATED STORIES Volcom has teamed up with snowboarding legend Bryan Iguchi to create winter-ready footwear ripe for the season. The "Guch" signature details are available in the OUTLANDER boot and the GRIMM MID 2. Outlander x Bryan Iguchi Boots - Shop Now Grimm Mid 2 Shoe - Shop Now Photo: Tim Peare
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    Volcom x Bryan Iguchi - Signature Footwear

    Volcom has teamed up with snowboarding legend Bryan Iguchi to create winter-ready footwear ripe for the season. The "Guch" signature details are available in the OUTLANDER boot and the GRIMM MID 2. Outlander x Bryan Iguchi Boots - Shop Now Grimm Mid 2 Shoe - Shop Now Photo: Tim Peare   Still Stomping Rider, artist & living legend Bryan Iguchi steps into footwear design. Veteran Volcom team rider Bryan Iguchi has been a pro snowboarder for more than 20 years. “I just see it as a way of life,” he says, “once you’re in, you’re in—you’re just going along for the ride.” And with more than two decades of serious shredding under his belt, he’s still nowhere near ready to get off this ride. “I’m having more fun riding now than I ever have … I feel like I say that every season.” And if all his winters were like the one he had in 2015, it’s no wonder why ’Guch has remained ‘true to this’ for so long. From his homebase in Jackson, Wyoming, Bryan spent last winter hunting for powder and good times with the likes of Pat Moore, Jamie Lynn and the rest of his bros on the Volcom snow team. From Canada to Alaska to the Swiss Alps, Bryan just keeps on charging. Born and raised in southern California, his creative outlook naturally drew him to skateboarding, surfing, and later snowboarding. He flowed easily between boards; from the concrete to the waves to the snow, and back, but ultimately it was the mountains that won him over. For a few seasons in the early years, he worked and rode at SoCal’s Bear Mountain, home to the first resort terrain park and a scene that sparked the explosion of skate-inspired freestyle snowboarding. Bear is also where he met Volcom’s founders, “I think it was ’92,” Bryan recalls, “I had a ramp in my garage up at Bear and Tucker and Wooly came by to skate after riding. We just kind of hit it off from there.” Yup, Bryan has been Volcom family ever since. But just a few years into a successful pro career with snowboard parks, videos, and competition vaulting him to the forefront of snowboarding, Bryan dipped out. Abandoning the California scene for the relative isolation of Jackson Hole was a bold move but for ’Guch it was one that made all the difference in his evolution as a rider. The move to “real mountains” was all about personal progression and exploring the possibilities of backcountry freeriding. And more than fifteen years later, Bryan still calls Jackson home and his passion for shredding new terrain remains just as strong. But he’s also an artist. “I’ve been drawing and doing art since I can really remember but once I started traveling I got really into it and started keeping these journals where’d I do drawings and some little watercolor pieces. Then I got into acrylics—it just sort of evolved over the years.” He’s been contributing his artwork to graphics and patterns for Volcom’s snow outerwear program for years and along the way began to contribute his mountain experience and expertise to the product design process, as well. He has been integral in the development of Volcom’s most advanced outerwear, the GPT collection. Now, he’s working with Volcom’s footwear design team, lending detail and styling to special winter-ready editions of the Outlander boot and Grimm Mid 2 shoe. “Guch is passionate about product, says Footwear Director Jason Smith, “He knows what works in the real world, and his input is always on point. The fact that he’s also an artist made this collaboration pretty much seamless.” “I had been wearing the Outlander before I did the art; testing them out with long days here at home,” Bryan explains, “and they’re really good—comfortable for even the coldest days in Jackson. Then I chose the Grimm Mid 2 for the shoe, these were the styles I was wearing the most, that’s why I picked them.” As for the artwork featured, he explains, “I did this other piece for Volcom snow; a graphic for a team sweatshirt, so I just took an element from that—a small detail from a piece of the painting, and handed that off to the footwear design crew. Then, I created this Teepee Stone for a logo. It kinda symbolizes shelter and comfort, protection from the elements … these are things you want out of a shoe when you live in the mountains.” “It’s crazy when I look back—23 years later and I’m still on the Volcom team. It’s been an amazing ride and I’m always so grateful and stoked to get involved in new things like this and continue to contribute to the Volcom program.” Available now, the Bryan Iguchi Outlander boot and Grimm Mid 2 both feature a black, water-resistant Nubuck leather upper and original artwork on the tongue and inside collar.
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    SFD Uncut: Curtis Ciszek

    With every video and video part that drops there are countless shots and endless moments that never see the light of day and The SNOWBOARDER Movie: SFD was no exception. Sometimes, some of the rider's favorite shots or filmer's favorite angles don’t always make the final cut. Whether they didn’t quite fit in the song, another angle was used, or a certain trick was done again, there’s always great stuff that is talked about by the riders and people involved, but other than that, it’s as if it never existed. Volcom's Curtis Ciszek chased snow in Canada, as well as far off places like Europe and Japan, and all of his clips that didn't make the cut can now be consumed. Click HERE to watch SFD Uncut: Curtis Ciszek, presented by Snowboarder.

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Volcom x B4BC Collection - Designer || Artist Interview with Carolyn Campos & Vanessa Stark
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Volcom has partnered up with Boarding for Breast Cancer to bring awareness and support once again. This year we’ve teamed up with artist, Vanessa Stark, to create the Act Insulated Jacket where we will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Boarding for Breast Cancer Foundation. Shop the Act Insulated Jacket   Our very own Volcom Snow designer, Carolyn Campos and Vanessa Stark happen to be great friends who inspire one another. We got a chance to catch up with both of them and chat about how it was to work with one another on this years B4BC design!   Carolyn Campos How was it designing the Act Insulated Jacket with your friend and artist, Vanessa Stark? CC: I have always looked up to Vanessa, she is an avid snowboarder, mountain biker and all around outdoor adventure enthusiast as well as an incredible artist! So it was natural working with her. Her art and visions are so inspiring to me and she fit the vibe of the line I was creating perfectly. There is so much color and textures used with in the owl. And if you look into its eyes, it is visioning snow peaked mountain tops! How long have you been designing for Volcom Snow?  CC: I am coming up on 12 years!! Time sure does fly when you are having fun! Designing for Volcom was my dream job as a young outerwear designer and snowboarder. I still pinch myself that this dream came true, so naturally too. I was sitting at my desk, at my previous job, and my phone rang… And it was Volcom with the job proposal. Here I am and the rest is history! Describe to us your creative process. How do you get in the mind set of designing? CC: It’s constant really. I can’t just go to the ski hill and go snowboarding. I am constantly observing and creating in my mind. If you are on the chairlift or gondola with me you can guarantee I have completely picked over every detail of your outerwear by the time the ride is finished!!  In a way its taken some of the feeling of escape being on the mountain which is why I have been getting more backcountry riding in the past few years. Riding in almost complete solitude. I also shop and travel the world. Being inspired from many many different angles. I also love interior design, furniture, buildings, textile design… It goes on.  My mind has always been creative. When I need a break from designing, I knit or cook or sew… Just other forms of creating. I can’t stop really. Who are some of your design heroes?    CC: Oh wow, how do I even pin point them. A couple oldies like Jean Muir and Arne Jacobsen I always find inspiring. In design school I did projects on Betsey Johnson and Todd Oldham so I always like following their colorful craziness. I love Banksy’s element of suburban rebellion. Emily Hoy’s graphic design I keep close to my heart. Alexander Wang, McQueen, Chanel, Christopher Kane… The list goes way on and on!! When did you first hear of B4BC? How long has Volcom Snow been partnered with them? CC:  Volcoms first collaboration with B4BC was in the 2006/07 snow line. We started with a fleece piece. It was the following year that we really made an impact with Jamie Lynn’s “Blue Girl” torso graphic on an outerwear jacket, fleece and tee! We really started to gain awareness with B4BC that season!! It is such an amazing thing B4BC is doing for young women. What are you ‘True To’? CC: I aim to be ‘True’ to everything in life. I like real people. Vanessa Stark What inspired you to first pick up a paint brush? When did you start painting? VS:  All kids paint... I just never stopped. Visual arts has been a big part of my life from the beginning. It was something that was really natural for me. Art has always been a part of who I am. What does a "day in the office" look like to you? VS:  Being self-employed has its pro's and con's. Some days are awesome and others can be intense. Having the flexibility of making your own hours has its advantages, especially when there is pow to shred! There are other days when deadlines are looming and I can't feel my legs because I've been painting non-stop for days on end. Finding balance is key to a perfect "day in the office". How do you stay inspired? What inspires you the most? VS:  I'm inspired by the magic of this life and world. I've recently been intrigued by the rhythms of nature and subconscious connection between all things. Living the life i live, having adventures in the mountains, surrounded by nature and friends gives me an endless amount of inspiration. I have pages and pages of notes and a stack of doodled-up sketchbooks full of ideas I haven't had a chance to release to the world just yet. Does snowboarding have a big effect on your life? VS: Huge! Snowboarding saved my life and has shaped virtually everything about my life since. Snowboarding has been my true passion since I first tried it in 1991. My art style is a reflection of my lifestyle which has been a result of my love of snowboarding. How was it designing the Act Insulated Snow Jacket with Carolyn? VS: Carolyn is an amazing artist and designer. She had the vision for the jacket and approached me for the artwork. The cut and color/artwork combo on the jacket are so sick! I was super stoked to play a part in this jacket especially with proceeds going to B4BC. I wore the jacket last year and was pretty blown away by the positive response the jacket got. What are you true to? VS: I'll always be true to snowboarding, family, friends, being kind with an open mind, enjoying life's moments and its crazy ride. And of course I'm true to art because life is art.
Volcom Releases Snowboard Jacket & Glove in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Volcom is contributing to Boarding For Breast Cancer with proceeds from our all-new Volcom Act Insulated Jacket, equipped with an exclusive snow owl print designed by featured artist Vanessa Stark. Battle the weather while helping the fight against breast cancer. Learn more HERE. But Volcom didn't stop there, we also released the Volcom Laver Glove, a pipe glove which packs a powerful punch with our V-Science 3-Layer bonded water resistant stretch soft-shell palm and silicone print for extra grip. Partial proceeds from each purchase go to Boarding For Breast Cancer efforts. Learn more HERE.
The 2016 Volcom Outerwear Collection Now Available
Introducing the 2016 Volcom Outerwear Collection. View now at The wait for winter is finally over. Volcom is proud to introduce the 2016 Outerwear Collection, available now at your local shop. Whether you are riding The Chutes at legendary Mt. Baker or hiking The Scene at infamous Bear Mountain, the 2016 collection offers a wide range of outerwear, apparel and accessories that work for pow runs to park laps and from the first chair to the first barstool. For the ones who choose to brave the eye of the storm and enjoy the snowiest conditions, Volcom’s GPT Collection for the men and the Proven Collection for women offer our most technical and premium outerwear. From GORE-TEX® jackets and pants to Volcom’s TDS and TD2 technologies, riders can find the gear to keep them shredding longer. For those bluebird, Spring-time park days, Volcom’s HR&S and Alteration collections feature pieces that bridge the gap between outerwear and streetwear, focusing on style and simplicity without having to compromise function.   The Pat Moore Collection.   Click here to find your closest Volcom retailer or view the entire 2016 outerwear collection at @VolcomSnow #VolcomOuterwear
Stoned in Australia - Transworld Snowboarding Feature
(photo: Jeff Brockmeyer) Pat Moore, Gabe Ferguson, and Elena Hight take a trip to Australia to meet up with the Volcom crew. See the full gallery of the trip in Transworld Snowboarding's latest digital feature HERE.
Sea Legs – Brock Crouch and Quinn Bruce
After a recent trip to Perisher with the Volcom international snow team, U.S. snowboarder Brock Crouch wasn't one to waste a trip to Australia. Brock spent a week up on the Gold Coast with Quinn Bruce to tear through some warmer weather. The kids got it on land and water! Video / Edit: Fraser Spratt
Volcom Snow at HCSC Session 1 - Recap Video
Last week the Volcom Snow family kicked off the summer shred season at High Cascade Snowboard Camp for Session 1 antics. Check out the recap video above featuring team riders Pat Moore, Mike Rav, Christy Prior, Mary Rand and Parker Szumowski. R: Pat Moore / P: Danny Kern