Nothing feels better then being home in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. After being on the road and around the midwest for nearly 3 months, taking cruisers at Copper feels like a remedy. The endless tiers of features kept the creativity flowing during these hot spring slush days. The crew just couldn't seem to get enough with back to back skate sessions in the Woodward Barn, as well as lunch skate sessions in The Cage. With the help of the Ford Transit Vans we were able to keep the boards gliding quick using the wax station. The goggle tans have never been darker and the weekends have never been brighter, what more can we ask for.
Tahoe showed us its best with high temperatures all week and pow on the weekend for slaying. The Creative and skate like park set up here flow's like water through rails, kickers, and unique features. The amazing pillow lines kept the crews legs bouncing. 25 minutes from the resort was Lake Tahoe, a nice spot to watch the sunset and chill out after a day of shredding. The people here in Tahoe were more welcoming then any other community yet and this stop was off the chain. The experience was like non other and a huge thanks goes out to Boreal for letting us enjoy the ride.
Tahoe is starting to feel a lot like home. The crew has been doing some soul searching for sun sets recentley around Tahoe's notorious lakes. Here we got to know the locals around town and were immediately welcomed into the shred society. The dudes cruised over to Reno this week to check out the Smokin snowboards factory with So-gnar/Smokin team rider Cody Potter. The sun has been shining up to 70 degrees this past week and the boys are getting it at Boreal mountain and with so many beaches, babes, and mountains it's hard not to picture a life possible in Tahoe.