Last season, the Arbor team stacked some insane photos with Snowboarder Magazine Staff Photographer, Ryan Hughes aka HUGGY.
Unless you’re Japanese, you probably won’t be able to understand this interview, so let us summarize for you. Last year, Atsushi Hasegawa was brought onto the Arbor Snowboards team. Once on board (and on boards) he went CHO YABAI on the streets of Japan, hitting some of the gnarliest and most consequential spots ever recorded on film (or a memory card).
Yeah, so we’re pretty sure Atsushi Hasegawa just broke the internet with his full part. No stranger to consequence, Atsushi pushes the limits over the course of four minutes of smooth trickery on some of the biggest rails and heaviest drops we’ve seen in a while.
Stance: Regular | 23" | 12°, -12°
HOME MOUNTAIN: Japan
The Japanese contingency grows with the addition of Atsushi to the Arbor Snowboards Am team. Some of the gnarliest rails imaginable have fallen victim to Atsushi’s rail prowess. Atsushi is consistently going bigger than anyone else in the streets with unmatched style and ease. We suggest that you go check out his full part asap at https://vimeo.com/137509261