The December issue is on the shelves now, crammed with more goodies than (insert your own Santa’s sack/Xmas stocking pun here).
This month’s features include:
Out There – Deeper in AK
Freeride legend Jeremy Jones has embarked on an ambitious project to access insane new powder lines without the help of helicopters. Find out what happened when he and a crew of the world’s best snowboarders – including Travis Rice and Johan Olofsson – marched into the heart of Alaska… on foot.
Jack of All Trades – Eero Ettala
Finland has an uncanny knack of churning out snowboarding megastars, and none is more talented or more rounded than Eero Ettala. We caught up with him for a chat about double flips, railslides and playing the career game.
Kickers That Changed Snowboarding
From the Baker gap to Chad’s Gap, Hemsedal to the Air & Style – there are certain jumps that have raised the bar and made their mark on snowboard history. We traced the most important kickers of all time and spoke to the guys who were there.
The Indoor Park Battle
Whitelines challenged all six of the UK’s snowdomes to construct a park feature that would take indoor freestyle to the next level. Find out what crazy ideas they came up with, how big they could build em and most importantly… who won!
Pizza, Pasta & Powder –Absinthe Films In Italy
Gigi Rüf, Romain DeMarchi and Wolle Nyvelt go in search of virgin terrain on the Italian side of the Matterhorn. Cue dam jump silliness, ciabatta lunches and more than one cop chase (without a Mini Cooper in sight).
• We report from the London Freeze event
• David Benedek interviews Big Mtn Jeremy
• Devun Walsh reveals the secret to riding powder
• Gary Greenshields teaches you how to tackle hip jumps
• Whistler’s best spots are uncovered
And if all that doesn’t wet your whistle, there’s a banging snowboard DVD on the cover featuring the international Rip Curl team.
So go on – get thee down the shop pronto.