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Issue 119 – February 2015

 

Is it February already? Ben Ferguson graces the cover of Whitelines Issue 119, saluting the height of winter with one of the finest methods we’ve seen in ages – and there’s plenty of good stuff lurking behind him too…

Svalbard

Who needs Alaska? Ed Leigh joined French mentalist Xavier de le Rue on a trip to the gnarly Norwegian archipelago. Phil Tifo was there to capture some of the craziest first descents of all time.

Jamie Lynn

Two decades since Lib Tech gave Jamie Lynn his first pro model, he’s still one of the biggest names in snowboarding. The notoriously nomadic shredder sits down for long enough to give us an insight into his life, and how it (and the larger world of snowboarding) has changed over the years.

The Estate

Seasonaire life – it’s not for the faint-hearted. Our resident illustrator went behind the scenes in Val Thorens to live amongst the hard-living and (mostly) hard-shredding locals.

Weird Science

Just yesterday we got another eye-opening look into how technology is changing our shredding experience. It’s going to be even more drastic for competitors – but you don’t have to be in Team GB to enjoy Pingu’s latest article.

Plus:

– The state of women’s snowboarding

– Snowboard wax tried and tested

– Gaps on to rails explained

And much more! Pick it up on the news-stands today – or better yet, subscribe to get an unbeatable deal!

Long live print.

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