8.4 ISSUE PREVIEW
WE STILL PHOTOGRAPH.
Our 4th and final issue of the season has arrived. And it’s a doozy. We’re now working on our 9th volume and snowboarding a little more, staring at computer screens a little less. Enjoy this issue until the hills are dry. 'Till the next one, happy snowboarding.
Cover | NICOLAS MÜLLER, Haines, Alaska. Photo | Oli Gagnon
“The mountains and elements have 100 per cent control over everything, and it’s something you need to accept and respect. Shooting and riding with Nicolas makes me realize he understands that concept. He has taken it to the next level and has made one with the mountains. He’s always com- fortable, always flowing, always happy.” - Oli Gagnon
“When riding a steep face it’s the speed, but you don’t feel it like when you’re on a hard surface. You drop in and you’re getting speed, looking ahead. I don’t want to say its like a video game, but it’s like a real life game. You get to play with gravity. Turning is a real cool way to feel gravity.” - Nicolas Müller
SPY CAM | Our biggest and best photo feature of the year
WE STILL PHOTOGRAPH | By Crispin Cannon
Four Canadian snowboard photographers (Scott Serfas, Oli Gagnon, Russell Dalby and Eric Lamothe) paint a bitter sweet picture pursuing their craft personally and professionally in a social media dominated world where print magazines are disappearing at an alarming rate.
HEAVY ROTATIONS & THE GREAT CHILI COOKOFF OF 1967 | By Jesse Fox
Real talk about the current state of competing and the stigma around contest boarding with: Seb Toutant, Max Parrot, Darcy Sharpe, Mikey Ciccerelli and Tyler Nicholson.
A SLICE OF LIFE WITH DILLON OJO | By Evan Rissi
Street king, Dillion Ojo, speaks of pizza and cargo pant obsession and the almighty Sriracha sponsorship.
JOEL LOVERIN, MAN OF LEISURE | By Rob Lemay
The underground big mountain boss, Joel Loverin gets his first interview. Talks about the come up and what it take to get after monster terrain.
There’s plenty more. Pick up your copy at shops and newsstand soon…