• Marie-France Roy in “Conflicted Obsessions” Documentary

    Is our thirst for adventure threatening our environment? As global weather systems continue to shift, skiers, snowboarders and ski areas acknowledge their impact on the environment that they are trying to preserve. What steps can we take to ensure the same opportunities are there for the next generation of mountain lovers? Marie-France Roy expresses her


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  • Video Log – Nowhere

    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.


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  • Marie-France Roy: Quality of Life Documentary

    Snowboard Magazine has just released an artful and compelling documentary on the life of Marie-France Roy. From her self-built cob house in the forest of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Marie speaks on her spiritual and humanistic approach to life, snowboarding, and sustainability.


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  • Marie France Roy Documentary Premiere and Snowboard Magazine Release Party at Arbor HQ

    It was a fine November night in Venice Beach, California. As the sun set, a few casual waves casually crashed upon the casual California sand and a casual group of snowboarding enthusiasts casually descended upon the overwhelmingly casual atmosphere of the Immersion Issue Release Party hosted by none other than the causal connoisseurs of ceremony, Arbor Snowboards.


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  • MTN Life Design: Marie-France Roy

    Marie-France Roy has it made. Right now she’s holed up in a little cabin just outside the fishing village of Ucluelet on the western edge of Vancouver Island. It’s a fantasy forest. Sasquatch country.


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  • Marie-France Roy – Sidetracked

    Snowboarding has the potential to give us access to the natural world in ways that many other activities can’t. A backcountry expedition is the pinnacle of this, but you don’t have to climb a remote mountain to realize how special the environment is that we ride in. It is something worth preserving.


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  • Marie-France Roy: Start With The Little Things To Tackle Climate Change This Earth Day

    As snowboarders we’re on the front lines of climate change, witnessing the affects on winter and the environment first-hand.


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  • Welcome To Arbor – Marie-France Roy

    Marie-France Roy has been pushing the limits of women’s backcountry freeriding and freestyle for years.


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