Duthie's first taste of snowboarding was on a stormbound Cairngorm Mountain in 1999. Years of punishment at the hands of Bellahouston's Dendix dry slope followed, with seasons in France and New Zealand not far behind. He retains a misplaced affection for drymat, and considers the invention of Snowflex to be right up there with penicillin and the lightbulb. Duthie eventually joined Whitelines full-time in 2013 following a few years' freelance work, and is now the mag's Deputy Editor. As both a shaky snowboarder and cack-handed homebrewer, he spends most of his time worrying about gravity.
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