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Bryan Iguchi

Bryan Iguchi

From: Los Angeles, CA

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Name: Bryan Iguchi
Date of Birth: 9/10/73
Place of Origin: Los Angeles CA
Current Residence: Jackson, Wyoming
Stance: Goofy
Other Sponsors: Electric, Bluebird, and Jackson Hole Mt. Resort

 

Bryan Iguchi was born and raised in Southern California. He grew up riding Snow Summit in the heat of snowboarding’s up rise, and was a key element to the progression of man made snowboard parks. Soon after, he packed up shop and escaped for the mountains, landing in Wyoming. Two decades later, Guch is now the Godfather of the Jackson Hole snowboard community. He’s 38 years old, but snowboards twice as much as your average 18-year-old, and continues to push the level of his riding every time he straps in. In 2012, Bryan shared a video part with long time friend and team member, Jamie Lynn, in Volcom’s film, IP2. This winter Guch will be staring in the newest Veeco Production, True To This, a feature film celebrating America's first boarding company. Bryan was one of the first snowboarders added to the Volcom Stone team roster in 1991, and has become the foundation of what Volcom Snowboarding is today. Bryan Iguchi is Volcom Snowboarding…

 

What was your first snowboard? Avalanche

What was your first snowboard movie that got you hooked? All is Quiet on the Western front, A Pre-Mack Dawg and standard collaboration circa late 80s!

Scariest moment of the season? Watching Curtis pop off a 4 ft deep slab on a large steep face over exposure

Best trip? Baldface with the Volcom crew

One item you always have in your snowboard pants: Benchmade pocket knife

Besides snowboarding? My wife and son, my skateboard... surf trips?

Future plans? Keeping the dream alive

RELATED NEWS + VIDEO

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Jamie Lynn, Pat Moore, Bryan Iguchi w/ a Trip of a Lifetime in Alaska
Jamie Lynn, Pat Moore and Bryan Iguchi have the trip of their lives when they venture to Valdez, Alaska. Perfect conditions, amazing lines, and a great crew made their experience one they will never forget. Check out this video from Alaska Snowboard Guides to see why these dudes say there is nothing better than riding Valdez and why Pat said, "every run that we took was the best run of our lives."
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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 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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Pat Moore’s Blueprint 2, Ep. 7: "Onward to Italy"
On the never-ending hunt for fresh, film-worthy snow, the Blueprint crew went deep, traveling to a freeride paradise in the Alps of northern Italy to explore Alagna & the Aosta Valley. Here Pat Moore, Darrell Mathes, and Danimals, are joined by all-terrain French badass Arthur Longo to sample the regions' big mountain lines that are accessible by chairlift. Bryan Iguchi flies in from Jackson Hole to join the group; tuning in instantly to the crew vibe and the sweet terrain of the Italian sidecountry. Arthur shares his thoughts on balancing competition and filming while ’Guch & Pat talk crew dynamics and the simple pleasure of a session with friends as the group rides everything from lines to legit jumps to mini-shred side-hit. Social Handles: @arthur_longo @darrell_mathes @bryaniguchi @littleyogurtbottle @patmoore Watch previous episodes of Pat Moore's Blueprint 2 below! New Perspective - Pat Moore: Blueprint - Season 2 Ep 6 We Shall Overcome - Pat Moore: Blueprint - Season 2 Ep 5 Riding Shotgun in Jamestown - Pat Moore: Blueprint - Season 2 Ep 4 Salt Lake Sessions - Pat Moore: Blueprint - Season 2 Ep 3 Without A Doubt - Pat Moore: Blueprint - Season 2 Ep 2 To All My Friends - Pat Moore: Blueprint - Season 2 Ep 1 Pat Moore: Blueprint - Season 2 TEASER ABOUT BLUEPRINT Pat Moore is well known for being a snowboarding beast when it comes to back-country and urban terrain. We get an inside look at Pat's life as he travels in search of new terrain for his latest film and is joined by some of his biggest snowboarding influences and closest friends along the way.
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Mr. Plant World Premier - Plymouth, NH
On the first day of October, Volcom Snowboarding was set to premier its newest Veeco Production, Mr. Plant. With the film being based around the travels of New Hampshire born, Pat Moore, it was only natural for the residents of Pat's home town to be the first to lay eyes on the masterpiece. The team arrived in Plymouth a day early to get a look at the best the town had to offer and were lucky enough to have the home town hero himself show us around town. Amongst the crew to make the journey to the North East was Terje Haakonsen, Jamie Lynn, Bryan Iguchi, Curtis Ciszek, Seth Huot, Mike Rav and Zach Normandin. Volcom Snowboarding team arrives at Pat's house in Plymouth, NH. Jamie never travels without a few markers in his pocket. This is what he calls "doodling". Pat showing the team the best of NH. The team approves! Turns out Plymouth has a rad little skatepark too. Rav shows em how it's done in the NE. Jamie got down.   Once the sun dropped, excitement grew. People began arriving from all over the map to see the films debut. There were influential members of the snowboard media, snowboard industry, shredders from all over the North East, and local fans a like. The theater filled up almost immediately as the anticipation was running at an all time high, Terje and Jamie might have even been the last two seats filled in the 450 seat venue. Pat and Jake were plenty nervous, but excited to show off all their hard work. Snowboarder Magazine's Tom Monteroso traveled across the country to check out the film. He figured he might as well catch a quick conversation with Jamie while he was at it.   True snowboard fans were not hard to find! All the Eastern Boarder shreds were there. Curtis and Jake were excited Billy Anderson showed up. Pat Moore was highly desired that night, and for good reason! As everyone pilled in and seats were filled, the mad scientist behind the film's creation, Jake Price, stood proud aside Pat Moore as they introduced their finished product. Pat offered gratitude to his home town for making him the person he is today, and Plymouth offered it back with a standing ovation. The theater carried that energy straight through to the first ever showing of Mr. Plant. There was absolutely no shortage of hoots and hollers throughout the film, as the soundtrack rattled skulls and the riding blew minds. Volcom's Ryan Immegart and Mike Aho accompany Volcom Snowboarding's main man Oren Tanzer in introducing Pat and Jake to the stage. Pat brought up his fellow snow team members and introduced each one to the croud. (Left to Right) Pat Moore, Bryan Iguchi, Jamie Lynn, Terje Haakonsen, Mike Rav, Zach Normandin, Curtis Ciszek, Jake Welch, Seth Huot. Jake and Pat give their final thank you before rolling the film. New Hampshire gives their thanks back to Pat for all his hard work and loyalty! Zach was down! So was Mike! Finally, the film finished up and the lights went on. Pat's home town was off their heads' with excitement, and poored out into the streets of Plymouth to carry on the celebration. Pat, Jake and the rest of the Volcom Snowboarding crew followed close behind, and had one hell of a night! Mr. Plant left the audience buzzing. Pat was a hot commodity after the film's debut! The streets of Plymouth went off!