Windells Camp Session 6: Featuring Flow’s Tim Humphreys & Jon Overson


Check out this Windells Camp Session 6: Featuring Tim Humphreys & Jon Overson book ending the montage with some sick footage from Windells Camp on Mt. Hood, Oregon.

Got Snow? The Pacific Northwest still does. If you are still riding, let us know where. If not, what are doing over the summer as you bide your time until winter? Connect with us at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media and hashtag #FlowSnowboarding.

High Cascade Snowboard Camp: Session 3 Edit

Is summer getting to hot for you? Head up to the Pacific Northwest to Mt. Hood. Our friends at the High Cascade Snowboard Camp are waiting for you. When you get up there, say hey to Flow Snowboarding Athlete Jed Sky. In this HCSC Session 3 Edit, you can catch Sky sending it on a Flow Era on minute 5:17.

Are you jonesing to ride or are you just being patient until the snow flies? Have you checked out High Cascade Snowboard Camp before? We want to know where you are riding and what you are doing over the summer by connecting with us at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media and hashtag #FlowSnowboarding.

Definition: Snowboarding Trailer II


Matt Devino released his second trailer for his upcoming feature length documentary film Definition: Snowboarding. Check out this trailer and you will see some familiar faces from the Flow Snowboarding family.

“Matt Devino is reaching out and making a difference,” said Dale Rehberg of Flow Snowboards. “Gotta love the passion… it’s all about expression!”

DEFINITION: SNOWBOARDING. This is a documentary film project exploring the definition of snowboarding from the perspective of those who live it. They would like to invite the entire industry to be a part of this exploration, and to help show the world just how amazing snowboarding truly is.

“I’m really excited to have the backing of Flow for the project,” said Matt Devino “They have an amazing team and everyone at the company loves snowboarding, which is what this film is really all about. The film is sure to be even better with their support.”

Definition: Snowboarding is two year project to be released in the Fall of 2015. It will include dozens of interviews and document all aspects of riding and the lifestyle that encompasses it. Interviews will be shot over the course of 2014, and exclusive riding footage will be shot during the winter of 2014/2015. Here’s a link to the trailer. So stoked for this film.

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Flow Snowboarding is excited about how this film is coming together. It speaks the common thread within snowboarding that ties us all together. Let us know what you think of the film trailer on Social media.

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Dru Williams: Midwest Grom to Flow Ambassador

“Everyone is in the industry for a reason…because they made it there. If you plan on stepping into the industry, know your side and be nice to everyone. Ride hard and don’t talk about it. Do what people tell you to do and earn their respect; it will all pay off one day. My first few years made me feel like an intern, not a team rider. The most important thing to remember is to have fun! C’mon… it’s snowboarding.” – Dru Williams, Flow Ambassador

We had the opportunity to catch up with Flow Snowboarding Ambassador Dru Williams in Utah, who offers some valuable insight covering the last several years working with Flow and his time in the snow sports industry. We will cover his growth from grom to Flow Snowboarding Ambassador, his productions company 43 Productions LLC, his band Halfway Humble, and even his humbling trip to Thailand.

What would you consider your home mountain to be?

“I grew up snowboarding in Indiana at a local hill called ‘Paoli Peaks.’ It was a great place for me to start this long lasting lifestyle. My friend Kalyn Gibson and I ran the terrain park, which allowed us to build and promote the terrain park and resort as we pleased. It was a great place to learn because it was essentially a big hard sheet of ice. It is essentially 300 vertical feet of bliss and has been providing the Midwest with action packed memories and concussions three months a year for over 40 years. The place reeks of Coors and the Carhart camouflage wearing enthusiast. I am damn proud to call it my home mountain.” (Check out Dru Williams’ Paoli Peaks edit)

Where was the first place you went snowboarding?

“Like most people… my backyard. My brother Alex and I would get old skateboard decks and strap them to our feet while being pulled behind a 4-wheeler. It was a Midwest rednecks dream come true, but obviously didn’t work well. Mind you, we were skidding in two inches of fresh Indiana powder. We earned those damn turns. We smelled like exhaust and gasoline after.”

Did you ever ski first, or straight to riding?

“Haha! At age 12 I clicked in for a few weeks. My Mom bought me a brand new pair of skis, bindings and boots for Christmas. This was essentially my first piece of hard good snow gear I had ever owned. She was beyond pumped to get them for me and I was excited to receive them. However, once I got to the peaks I knew it wasn’t for me. A few weeks later I told her I wanted to trade them at the Paoli Pro Shop for a snowboard. She was livid. Not that she cared that I was snowboarding… but she had just spent seven-hundred bones on a new ski set up for me, just turn around and trade them in for half the price.

But, I cannot thank my Mom enough for traveling with us and taking us to so many resorts and competitions in the early years. That was truly what helped shape and mold our young futures. Every season my mother would load up the Chrysler mini van and take my friends and I to every competition in the surrounding area. She traveled between states throughout the Midwest with a load of smelly kids in the back. Our young crew had a good record of dominating the competitions we rode in, so the rides back were always nice and loud (with a stronger stench of victory.)”

What are some of your favorite Apres Ski activities?

“Putting your feet up and relaxing is the best thing to do after a long day, but that depends on how heavy of a day it was. If it was a day of shooting or being shot, I will spend the evening sorting and logging footage. If it was a weekend day at Brighton you can normally find the crew and I at Lone Star Taqueria or Spedelli’s after a long day of riding. Best tacos & pizza in the valley!”

What is your current Flow setup? (Boots, Board(s), Bindings)?

“The technology that Flow puts into their product is unreal and it’s best to utilize that tech on specific days and conditions. For park, I prefer something softer. Currently my set up is 2014/2015 155 Era snowboard, size 11 Hylite boots and Fuse SE bindings. On those deep days, I prefer a stiffer set up like my 157 Darwin snowboard, size 11 Solite boots (some might know what these are yet) and NX2-SE bindings.

You have been involved with Flow since you were 17. Can you recap how you started working with Flow and the different responsibilities you’ve held over the years?

“One night after a long night session of park riding, I was walking out to my car (just got my drivers permit) and I stumbled upon the Flow van. Adam Sharp, the Midwest Flow rep at the time was always at the peaks checking on one of his accounts and getting his shaved ice turns in. I had met Adam before and talked to him about Flow and snowboarding. When I walked past the van he stopped me and we chatted for a bit. After our conversation he pulled out a brand new Era snowboard and handed it to me with his card. It was a grom’s dream come true and I was beyond stoked to receive the gear, but I didn’t really know what it meant at the time.

The following winter we linked up in the early season and it all began from there. Countless hours traveling in the Flow van throughout the Midwest hitting shops, on snow demos, competing in contests and in summer rail jams. The first winter I hopped on-board with Flow was the last year that SnowSports Industries America (SIA) was held in Vegas. Imagine little me at 17 years old, hopping on a flight to Vegas all by myself, not knowing what to expect.

The years continued and I became much tighter within the Flow community (this included team members and upper management within the company.) I’ve traveled to countless demos and contests with sales managers and even board designers. I soon started to realize how important it was to meet these people and make them a constant contact. I am now 25 years old and nothing has changed. I have attended SIA with the crew the last seven years (now in Denver) helping show the upcoming product lines, attending meetings, shooting video and being a strong ambassador of Flow like the rest of the team.”

Could you describe what your current responsibilities with Flow are?

“Currently, I am a Flow R&D team rider. The ride and development team is responsible for riding and testing future products. Essentially, I shred as much as I can and log my day on a spreadsheet or make my review into a video. What I like… what I don’t like… How this binding feels with this strap, compared to this other strap… You know, that kind of thing. I also occasionally help Flow with their video needs.”

Any advice to those out there looking to get involved in the snow sports industry?

“Remember names and don’t step on toes. Everyone is in the industry for a reason…because they made it there. If you plan on stepping into the industry, know your side and be nice to everyone. Ride hard and don’t talk about it. Do what people tell you to do and earn their respect; it will all pay off one day. My first few years made me feel like an intern, not a team rider. The most important thing to remember is to have fun! C’mon… it’s snowboarding.”

You recently moved to Salt Lake City. How’s the move going?

“I am 15 minutes away from six of the US’s best resorts, what more could you ask for? It was crazy moving from a small town in Indiana to a larger city with actual mountains. I have gained much more respect for all of the different styles of snowboarding. It opened up a whole new world in the snow community for me as well. Instead of sneaking into a sorority party at Indiana University for example, you are now welcomed to an Electric Goggle Halloween party instead. It’s exactly where I dreamed I would live as a kid, and I couldn’t be happier with the results.”

Tell us a little bit about 43 Productions.

43 Productions is my production company that was established back in 2006, but became an actual LLC in 2012. I knew if I packed my car up and was moving out West, I better have a back up plan. My main focus with the company was to shoot snowboarding, but we have branched out immensely upon request. 43 Productions was contracted with Powder Mountain resort last season to shoot all of the awesome contests and events they hold every season, which was a great opportunity for us.

We have also dipped our feet into real estate and architecture firms requesting video needs for continuous projects throughout the valley. We couldn’t be more pleased with results. I have vast business plans for 43 Productions, LLC that are currently in the works and things are starting to shape up nicely. Next winter will be huge for us.”

What kind of activities do you do in the summer to maintain your riding shape?

“The house I just moved into is right down the road from In-N-Out, so I am currently on that diet and it’s working out great. Besides that, I picked up mountain biking last summer, which is way too much fun out here. I ended up investing in a bike and couldn’t be more pleased with how fun it is. I also have a dirt bike that I enjoy taking out into the desert and getting lost with. Snogression in Salt Lake is also a great way to keep your riding sharp, but it takes a small mortgage and a few classes to get through that.

I try to keep a normal gym routine throughout the summer, but that schedule normally lacks in persistence. Recently, our band Halfway Humble has been practicing non-stop for a few upcoming shows we have. I have noticed that the best work out for me is just drumming for 3 hours straight, it keeps your arms tone and you get to bang on shit. Why wouldn’t anyone want to work out this way?”

What was your favorite moment from last winter?

“My first road trip of the season to Colorado was great. I left late on a Thursday night and stopped at a few shops on the way for Flow. These stops consisted of dropping sample product off and chatting (or just saying hey) and making sure the shop has everything they need. I arrived in Aspen late Thursday night and stayed the entire weekend for X-games. Our cabin was unreal and the experience I had with the crew is something I will remember for forever.

On that Sunday, I packed my car up and headed to Denver for a full week of SIA, where I was reacquainted with the Flow crew & team. It was a full week of cranking business, partying hard and good music. We then loaded up the Flow van and headed to Copper Mountain for the on-snow demo and a few good days of solid riding. The weather was perfect and the vibes were high, it was the perfect way to end a two-week trip with the Flow team & crew.

Once I arrived back in Salt Lake, the ground was covered with over 3 feet of snow. Which meant my backyard park that my friends and I built was ready to be tested. Some of my other favorite moments from last season come directly from my backyard. Check it out here on my Vimeo channel… Outback The Movie.”

What are some of your passions in life other than snowboarding? Activities, hobbies, studies… etc?

“I have a strong passion for music that will never go away. I’ve played the drums longer than I have done anything else, and I seem to still learn something new after every practice. Music is something that is always changing, making it hard to keep up with. When a band tries to “keep up,” a new sound will normally develop and the crowd will become pleased…and then you repeat.

I wouldn’t say that studying is a passion of mine, but I did plenty of it in College. I will say that studying subjects that are obsolete to your major will cause major headaches and unwanted stress. If you are an art student, go to an art institute. If you are a filmmaker, go to ‘Full Sail’ University. The big Universities with multiple schools and majors are for the kids who are unsure of what they want to do; I found this out the hard way. I also really enjoy woodworking. My buddy Corbett and I built the entire backyard park out of scrap and recycled wood. These are things you don’t appreciate until you get older I suppose.”

Any places you love travelling to, not related to snowboarding?

“I went to Thailand over a year ago and fell in love with the culture. It also made me realize how lucky most of us are. I saw some things that made me both sick and happy. One memory that sticks out the most was at the black market in Bangkok, where knock off Vans are about four US dollars and you can leave the place with any cheap female you pick if you desire. I remember seeing a small family sitting on the corner begging for change. The kids were basically naked and you could tell that help was needed.

I walked over and gave them three or four custom printed band t-shirts that I had just bought for myself. I also gave the kids Flow stickers and they were ecstatic. (Yes, I was tagging Bangkok left and right with Flow stickers). The mother of the family was so happy she started crying. She then grabbed my wrist and whispered something in Thai into my ear. To this day I still think about that family. I’m also still wondering what the hell she whispered to me. Self-Kudos was earned on that trip.”

Anything else you’d love to say to the Flow Snowboarding supporters and family?

Please don’t break up with me… Seriously though, I can’t thank the Flow family enough. Flow has provided me with opportunities and experiences that I only dreamed of as a kid. It’s cool to look back on the last seven years of my life and see how involved Flow was and still is. This brand has pushed me in such a positive direction and has helped drive me into entrepreneurship. Don’t get me wrong, snowboarding would still be insanely fun without Flow, but I can’t thank you all enough for the support and love and I hope that feeling is mutual. Thank you again, cheers to many more.”

Dru Williams has been riding Flow Snowboarding gear ever since he was a grom. When did you start riding Flow gear? We would love to hear about it. Please connect with us at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media and hashtag #FlowSnowboarding.

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Flow Rush Snowboard & NX2 Bindings – Gadgets & Gear (SIA 2014)

In the video above, Greg Elliot from Vail’s TV8 show Gadgets & Gear spoke with Flow Snowboarding’s Dale Rehberg about the NX2 bindings and Rush snowboard. This was shot at the 2014 SnowSports Industries America (SIA) tradeshow in Denver, CO.

Have you tried out the yet NX2 bindings or the Rush snowboard? We would love to hear your feedback on both the NX2′s and the Rush. Reach out to us at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media and hashtag #FlowSnowboarding.

Tim Humphreys & Jed Sky Featured in Windells Commercial

Check out Flow Snowboarding Athletes Jed Sky and Tim Humphreys featured in the latest Windells Edit from Mt. Hood, Oregon.

Have you hit the snow this summer? Park riding is alive and well in the Pacific Northwest. Please share with us where you’re riding and what you are doing over the summer by connecting with us at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media and hashtag #FlowSnowboarding.

 

Getting to Know Your Flow Fusion PowerStrap

The Fusion PowerStrap foot-strap is 3D-shaped so it can fuse the ankle & toe zones over the mid-foot and is padded for a super comfortable form fit. In this quick video we show you how to properly set up your Fusion foot-straps with your Flow Bindings. Make sure you set your bindings up before you go riding, put your boots on, strap in and jump around on the carpet to make sure it feels good!

The FusionStrap is featured on Flow NX2, Fuse, ISIS, Five and Minx bindings.

Have you tried Flow’s FusionStrap yet? Let us know what you think about the FusionStrap technology at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media and hashtag #FlowSnowboarding to let us know.

The Flow of the American Ninja Warrior

Tonight on NBC’s American Ninja Warrior, Former Flow Team Rider Tim Dauenhauer will hit the unique obstacle course and compete to be the next American contestant after Kacy Catanzaro to complete the course. Come cheer on a fellow knuckle dragger and part of our Flow Snowboarding family tonight at 8PM-10PM ET/PT. We all agree that to be a professional snowboarder, it takes a lot of core strength, mental toughness and an overall mastery of physical conditioning in order to reach ones optimal limits. Take the drive it takes to be a professional athlete and mix with one of Tokyo Broadcasting System Television’s 30 year old programs “Sasuke” and you have why we are watching NBC’s American Ninja Warrior this evening. We took a moment to sit down with Dauenhauer about his experience on the hit television show.

Since you’ve been a rider with Flow, what have you been up to (other than American Ninja Warrior, of course)?

I can’t snowboard everyday anymore (a shared moment of silence). Even though I refuse to grow up, I somehow acquired a grown up job where I get to play with explosive natural gas. I repair, maintain and install underground natural gas pipelines and facilities. If I can’t drop cliffs and ride backcountry then I need to get my danger fix somewhere. Haha…

They know you on American Ninja Warrior as the big mountain snowboarding ninja. Awesome. What mountains do you typically ride in the winter?

Haha yeah… When I’m home in Syracuse I ride a few of the local areas with the occasional trips to Vermont. But, I most look forward to riding the Arlberg in Austria. In years past I’ve spent a lot of time riding the North Island in New Zealand. It’s just difficult now-a-days to pull me away from these beautiful upstate New York summers.

What is your current snowboard setup?

My current setup Is Talon boots, Maverick 169, and NX2-RS bindings. I’m old school, you know? I like stiff, ultra-supportive equipment, complimented by a big fast board.

You made it onto American Ninja Warrior through the St Louis city finals. Is that where you are living now or where is home base for Tim Dauenhauer?

My home is in Syracuse NY although I often find myself drifting back and forth to the Arlberg area in Austria. Ninja Warrior has five regional city competitions where America is broken up geographically. About 125 competitors per region, the top 30 advance to city finals and then the top 15 advance to national championship. I competed in the North East regionals which took place in St. Louis this season.

How did you get involved with Ninja Warrior?

American Ninja Warrior is modeled after the original Ninja Warrior competition from Japan known as “Sasuke.” Many years ago, I always wanted a chance to compete on Sasuke. However, it being an exclusive Japanese event, the closest I ever came was in my living room watching it on some random TV channel at  2AM. I lost touch with show for almost 15 years and re-discovered that their was now an American version. I missed the audition deadline three years ago, then two years ago I rushed my video audition. It wasn’t very creative, so I didn’t make the cut that year. Your video audition is extremely important in determining your odds of being chosen to compete. This previous winter I got my act together and with the help of a good friend we made a great video that showcased my personality as well as my talents.

What kind of training did you do before hand to prep yourself for competing on Ninja Warrior?

Training is intense year round, but the most critical time for me is 3 months leading up to the event. I focus a lot on balancing, along with grip and finger strength exercises. I have a few important training obstacles at my home such as a salmon ladder and a few other goodies. Technique is so important. Raw strength can only take you so far.

What was it like to film the show? Any experiences you’d like to share?

Taking part in American Ninja Warrior was a great experience! The producers, casting and crew are all cool people that love what they do. An interesting aspect of the show is just the positive vibes flowing everywhere. It’s a very unique sort of competition where all the athletes genuinely want to see their opponents do well and succeed on the course. One thing that maybe not many people know is that since filming takes place at night competitors are running the course until 6:00 in the morning.

You plan on taking a trip to Austria soon. What kind of training do you plan on doing out there?

As far as training goes, I’m putting a lot of emphasis on climbing and single arm hanging. I also have an incredibly difficult stunt planned.

Anything else you’d like to say to the Flow Snowboarding supporters or your American Ninja Warrior fans?

The Flow Snowboarding community has been a big part of my life for a long time and I want to say thanks to everyone for helping me over the years climb mountains and summit new opportunities. Snowboarding has influenced my life in so many ways and American Ninja Warrior wouldn’t have been possible without all the support of my friends and family everywhere.

Are you going to be cheering on Flow Snowboarding family Tim Dauenhauer tonight and watch American Ninja Warrior on NBC? Do you think being a snowboarder gives you an advantage in finishing an obstacle course? Let us know at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media and hashtag #FlowSnowboarding to let us know what you think.

Through Shin Biyajima’s Eyes

During the summer months, Flow Snowboarding Team Athlete Shin Biyajima does a lot to keep fit by cross training for the winter season. We had a moment to catch up with Biyajima in Japan to see how his winter went and how his summer is coming along. Pretty much catching a glimpse of the world through Biyajima’s eyes.

What would you consider you home ski resort to be?

The Hakuba area here in Nagano, Japan. But I like to chase the snow.

What kind of music do you ride to on your ipod or phone?

I listen to my friend’s band, rap and DJ mixes from Japan. I am so wide open with my music selection. Bassnectar to Tommy Guerrero. Acoustic, country dubstep, D’n’B, house, hip hop, Japanese, reggae and even techno. Not too much trance, though…

Where was your favorite place to travel to… not related to snowboarding?

I have never traveled without snowboarding… Oh wait… Saipan and Vietnam. I also like the south part of Japan.

What type of cross training do you do over the summer months in order to remain in shape for the upcoming winter?

I love to do a lot of activities like bouldering, mountain biking and skateboarding. I am also on a soccer team called ‘God Hands.’ It is gathering of snowboarder friends. I do a lot of core training and stretching to help my body and protect myself from getting a sore back.

Soccer team of snowboarders? Nice… Did you catch any of the FIFA World Cup soccer matches this summer?

Japan did not do too well, but I was really cheering for Costa Rica. I liked their vibe and the way they played soccer.

What was your favorite memory from last winter season?

We had epic powder in Japan. Traveling around United States was such a good time…and of course, so was hanging with the Flow Snowboarding team in Colorado.

Where are you looking forward to riding next year?

Japan, Lake Tahoe, Jackson Hole, Colorado and Washington, Canada, Alaska, Europe, South America… Anywhere it snows!

Describe your Apres Ski activities. What does Shin do to unwind after a day on the mountain?

Onsen… for sure. It is a natural hot spa. I go almost every time after riding when I’m in Japan. I like to chill and sometimes make Sushi. Checking footage from the day and well… CrackBook. Then I stretch, eat and then sleep. I sleep deep.

Do you have ideas or things you would want to try this winter?

I want to create a unique terrain park in the mountains. A little bit like Red Bull’s Ultra Natural, but more jibbing. Easier set ups for everyone and do some kind of riding party where we could all share the happiness of being in the snowy mountains… and I want to build a mountain lodge like Mike Basich has. An Area-241 in Japan.

Anything else you’d like to say to the Flow Snowboarding supporters?

We never know how long winter will be. Let’s go snowboarding before Mother Earth melts. Snow is AMAZING!

Shin Biyajima keeps up his fitness during the summer months. What are you doing this summer to cross train? Biking, hiking, skating, surfing, SUPing? Or better yet… are you still chasing the snow and snowboarding? Please share with us what you are doing over the summer by connecting with us at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media and hashtag #FlowSnowboarding.

Flow Micron Freddy Silber Earning His Turns


Last week, one of our Microns was earning his turns under the summer sun. On June 28th, Flow Micron Team Athlete Freddy Silber and his father Jay Sibler went on a quest for snow by taking a 16 mile round trip bike and hike voyage to ride Byers Peak in Colorado. To get to the snow they had to climb above the treeline to roughly 12,000 feet.

“My favorite memory was seeing all the amazing scenic views from hiking up and down the trail,” said Freddy Sibler.

Freddy and Jay Silber left their house at 5:00AM and hit the trail at 6:00 AM near his home resort in Winter Park, Colorado and into the Byers Peak Wilderness Area in Winter Park, Colorado. Once they were on the snow, Freddy strapped onto his snowboard, a 140 Shifty. His Fuse bindings set at 15° & 15° and he certainly made sure the boas were tight enough on his Rivals. While most of us in the Northern Hemisphere were dreaming of snow, the Silbers hiking and riding it.

“We hiked it most of the morning until the snow heated up and got too sticky,” explained Jay Silber. “There was a ton of snow and there is still a ton of snow on the peaks here in Colorado. A lot of snowboard opportunities to be had this summer if you put in some effort to get there.”

This week, Flow Snowboarding had a chance to dive into the head of Freddy Silber and ask him a few questions about his summer, last winter and what he is looking forward to this coming winter.

What kind of music do you listen to when you ride?
I listen to some electronic music. I mainly listen to hard rock and metal. 

Where was your favorite place to travel to, not related to snowboarding?
My favorite place to travel to is Kansas City, Missouri. I love to hang out with my family.

What was your favorite memory from last winter?
My favorite memory from last winter was a Steamboat USASA competition for slopestyle. It was such a great time with my snowboard team and good times and food. I took 2nd at that comp so it was really rewarding. Very exciting!

Where are you looking forward to riding next year?
I’m looking forward to riding at Breckenridge and Keystone with the Flow Team and for contests. They have amazing rails and jumps.

Any interest in the FIFA World Cup soccer matches this summer?
I don’t like soccer at all! It’s not for me. Not trying to be rude, but I don’t care about it! I’m more into baseball.

Anything else you’d like to say to the Flow Snowboarding supporters?
I would like to say thanks to everyone because they are such an amazing part in this brand. I also have a snowboard crew, which is myself and six of my best friends called Snow Provides. We are a film crew and media page. We post up on Instagram and YouTube all winter.

Are any of you going the extra miles to hike to where the snow still sits in the Northern Hemisphere? Please share with us where you are continuing your snowboarding this summer by connecting with us at Flow Snowboarding via Social Media.

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