I took out my “Grassroots Pow Surf” today and had some really fun runs bringing back my 80′s style “boneless” to the backcountry.
pow surf 20122912 from bryan iguchi on Vimeo.
It’s raining hard outside right now and the anticipation for winter is high. A couple new boards showed up today and I can’t wait to ride them. These boards are hand made in Utah by Jeremy Jensen and ride like skateboards in deep snow. It feels really good to be able to ride a board without bindings in the mountains. Having the ability to shuffle your feet and adjust your stance feels amazing as well as trying kickflips and shove it’s. It’s a new obsession for me and I’ll be posting some pow surf action in the months to come.
check them out at: http://powsurf.com/Home.html
Stoked to see this post from JP Walker’s blog. He’s one of the most revolutionary skate influenced style riders of all time. Thanks for the props JP!
click the photo below to check it.
When I got back from Chile I had a nice surprise on my desk among the stacks of junk mail and bills. Wooly sent me this original copy of Beach Happy. This was our So Cal “scene zine” back in the day… brings back some fun memories for sure.
Volcom Ad 1993
"America's first Boarding Company"
The vast pacific breaking on arid land. Burning skies, hot concrete and saltwater. Home for next few months visiting family and friends where I grew up.
A sharp contrast from the shade of the Tetons.