We drove sixteen hours to have just one day in Jackson. Our only real plan was to be at Asymbol for The Art of Erosion, Bryan Iguchi’s first solo art exhibition. Everything else, like where we would sleep, we left to hurried texts and hopefully a bit of luck.
Arbor Snowboards :: The Terrapin // C.R. Stecyk III Artist Collab from Arbor Collective on Vimeo.
How is it that this place does not see more snowboarding? The setup is perfect for foot-powered, high-angle riding—hundreds of mountains laced with steep, clean chutes. Once you’re here, access is as simple as picking a line, parking or anchoring below it, and walking straight up the 300- to 1,500-foot faces. With thick sea-level air
Resolution, the eagerly awaited full length film from Snowboarder Magazine is now available for download on iTunes. The film features riding from the our favorite French Canadian crazy person, Frank April and the sensei of snowboarding, Bryan Iguchi. Follow the link below to download the full video, grab some popcorn and get hyped for
To celebrate another successful winter and 20 years of Arbor, we arranged for a team surf trip to a non-disclosed location to surf (and get pummeled by) uncrowded waves, kick back some cold ones, and reminisce over stories from the winter months.
The boundaries of winter don’t expire when chairlifts stop running. This episode of Video Log follows Bryan Iguchi, Cam Fitzpatrick and friends as they venture into Yellowstone National Park in search of the fresh lines and new perspectives.
From WYPY: “A snowboarding documentary following a group of riders as they explore the state that they grew up in, Wyoming. Close to Home is about the people they meet and the hills that surround them.”
Ragdoll snow kills time while they wait for the weather in Jackson. Featuring Arbor riders Bryan Iguchi and Cam Fitzpatrick.
The Bryan Iguchi Pro is a mountain twin, with a slightly tapered tail and longer nose for performance in deep snow. Bryan brought a lifetime of experience to the shaping effort, and his personal hand-painted art to the vibe. His stealthy shape blends power and finesse for backcountry freestyle, big–mountain steeps and speed. Choose the
Stance: Goofy | 22" set back 1" | 15°, -6°
HOME MOUNTAIN: Jackson Hole, WY
If you could extract snowboarding’s soul, and distill it in a protected region of the Teton Mountains, you would end up with a substance of distinction and class. You would end up with Bryan Iguchi. Rising to fame in the early 90’s, Bryan first received accolades for his classic style embodied by shifty backside 180’s and characterized by unmistakably frozen denim. Decades later, Bryan has matured into what is possibly the most well respected and smoothest spirit in snowboarding. Few have stood the test of time with as much commitment and dedication as Guch, and we couldn’t be more stoked to move into the next chapter as partners.
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