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Bryan Iguchi

Bryan Iguchi

From: Los Angeles, CA
Age: 40

@bryaniguchi on Instagram!

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 80's!

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

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Veeco: A Volcom Film Making Documentary Available Now

Directed by Jamie Heinrich, Veeco: A Volcom Film Making Documentary the story behind the Volcom filmmaking legacy, Veeco Productions. Veeco… is also available now on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox and Google Play as well as on Blu-ray included in the True To This “Deluxe Blu-ray Box Set” available here. Veeco: A Volcom Film Making Documentary takes a journey through the Volcom film library and 21 years of living a life completely out of the ordinary. Go behind the scenes with the filmmakers and riders as they share their tales of blood, sweat and debacle in such iconic films as Alive We Ride, The Garden, Stoney Baloney, Subjekt Haakonsen, Magna Plasm, Chichagof and more. Featuring interviews with Richard Woolcott, Troy Eckert, Remy Stratton, Terje Haakonsen, Jamie Lynn, Gavin Beschen, Bryan Iguchi, Dustin Dollin, Ozzie Wright, Caswell Berry, Rune Glifberg, Ryan Thomas, Dusty Payne, Curtis Ciszek, Dylan Alito, Scott Blum, Seth Huot, Kai Garcia, Ryan Sheckler, Grant Taylor, Dan Brisse, Colin Provost and Tai Van Dyke.
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Outside Television: LOCALS: Bryan Iguchi

Tonight! Get the locals perspective on Jackson Hole, Wyoming with Volcom Snow's Bryan Iguchi. Click Here and find out how to watch this insiders look into some world class riding with Outside Television that normal visitors would never see!
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Continuing the Legacy - Pat Moore: Blueprint - Ep6

Pat, Guch, Terje and Jamie Lynn visit Baldface, BC for some cat boarding and backcountry powder riding. The guys capture the raw, spur of the moment action that comes along with shredding in the "sanctuary" that is Baldface. Then we get an exclusive first look at Pat's upcoming Volcom Snowboarding film. Catch the full Blueprint Series and watch behind the scenes footage at: http://vol.cm/bluprnt6
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Mastering the Art of Snowboarding - Pat Moore: Blueprint - Ep 5

In episode 5, we follow one of Pat's personal legends and all around snowboard master, Bryan Iguchi. "Guch" explains his path from pipe rider to back country icon and why back country riding inspires him to grow and progress as a rider. Watch The Bonus Footage Here! _ Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and YouTube exclusive series, prepare for your "stoke factor" to be at an all time high.
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#IP3 – Bryan Iguchi

"Bryan Iguchi is a man that needs little introduction. As one of snowboarding's elite benefactors, Iguchi not only displays the kind of riding that we aspire to, but also welcomes the opportunity to share the shred experience, because bottom line, he's just trying to have a good time in the mountains. In his Volcom #IP3 section, Iguchi tears apart the backcountry with a flawless style that can only be attributed to a snowboarder of his talent. Jamie Lynn also makes a cameo; this #Ip3 is an instant classic." - Snowboarder Magazine directed filmed & edited by: seth huot guest snowboarder: jamie lynn additional filming: jake price, bryan iguchi, joe carter, kurt heine, pat barraza - music - artist: hot lunch title: 'she wants more' album: hot lunch label: tee pee records
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Peaks to Point Breaks in Chile!

Chile is a centrifuge that sucks Northern Hemisphere riders down into it’s vortex every summer in search of powder. With spitting lefts thundering into sleepy fishing villages all along the coast, for those inclined to split their summer pleasures in between the white room and under the lip, it is an upside down mecca. Volcom riders Bryan Iguchi, Curtis Cisezk, Seth Huot, photographer Scott Sullivan, and myself spent two weeks testing Volcom’s new 2013/2014 outerwear immersed in the whirlpool, from peaks to pointbreaks. Curtis and Guch hangin' at the point break after a day at the peak Guch shredding in the morning Guch shredding in the evening Blair tossing buckets! Curtis has some kind of traveling beer sickness only curable by mid session napping and more beer. He is liberal with both remedies, though neither work well, and he ends up leaving early to go recover at a wedding in Las Vegas. Curtis sending a backside 180 off this cliff In the mountains Seth’s stoke is nothing less than infectious, but at the beach he grows restless. A man of the desert. Functioning also as the trip’s filmer, he finds Chile’s seaside locals not friendly with the thought of their waves ending up on foreign memory cards. And even from seemingly hidden angles in the cracking shelves that run through the rock walled points he is called out most of the times his camera is drawn. Seth sneaking in front of the camera for this snapper Sullivan doesn’t leave home without his guitar, and in all our numerous travels together I most always end up carrying the damn thing for him through bus stations, train stations, airport terminals, and such because he has too much other shit to carry it himself. I hold it so awkwardly people cannot help but to validate their suspicions of a poser by asking if I play the instrument. When I point them to Scott fumbling with all his bags, he gives a cool cock of the head and I again shrink against my musical inadequacies. As always Scott provides a solid soundtrack to the journey, turning any opportunity to play with local musicians into a private concert. The third time I’d found myself bound for Chile, I had anticipated my normal anxiety over leaving and extended my stay a week longer than planned before even leaving the States, as had Sullivan. With no new snow forecasted, we posted up near the beach and got barreled off our nuts. Thank you to our many friends in Chile who made the experience all the more radical with their presence, especially Nico Saric and Ariel Cifuentes. And to Volcom, for supporting the desire to wander. PARTYWAVE!