Tag Archives: Mark Carter

Travis Rice Testimonial on Remind Insoles

28 Jun

Travis Rice Snowboarding extraordinaire, talks about his experience with Remind Insoles and how they are they only insoles that work for him after ten years of testing all sorts of other products. with his trusted kinesiologist Doctor body testing abilities, Travis explains that the reason that makes Remind Insoles Superior, the amount of support is perfect to where all the nerves and functions of the foot can still fire and allow for better balance control stability and comfort. When your body is being pushed to the limits as someone like Travis is on the daily, it is good to know that your Insole is working for you and not against you.

Mark Carter And Adam Dowell Prospecting Idaho

24 Nov

Remind Insoles Team Riders Mark Carter and Adam Dowell Have a nice little sggy in Smith’s Prospecting Idaho Series which features in Snowboarder Magazine.

http://fresh.snowboardermag.com/video/prospecting-idaho-episode-2/

The Stash

30 Sep

This winter, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming will have some new features to offer riders with the completion of the first Stash in the Rockies.

Burton Snowboards, Jackson Hole, pro riders, Snow Park Technologies, and the local Stash park crew have been working on the terrain park that features only natural elements. The Stash is only located at five other resorts worldwide: Northstar-at-Tahoe, USA; Avoriaz, France; The Remarkables, New Zealand; Flachauwinkl Resort, Austria; and Killington Resort, USA.

“The Stash concept is to use whatever indigenous materials and features the mountain has to offer – like rock walls, trees and drops – then enhance them a bit to create the ultimate natural park so riders can take their freestyle riding to the next level,” says Jeff Boliba, Global Resort Director at Burton Snowboards. “Riders like Jussi Oksanen have been helping with the Jackson Hole Stash, scoping the best lines and creating new features that will be super fun to ride.”

The Stash is scheduled to open this winter with four different runs and over 50 different features. Chain saw artist Bob King created 20 carvings that will be located around the Stash, one of which is a moose that riders can use like an up-rail. Burton team rider Jussi Oksanen came up with several features, as well as Jackson locals Bryan Iguchi, Rob Kingwill, and Travis Rice.

READ MORE: Business.Transworld.net

Kyle Clancy Interview on Snowboard Mag

30 Sep

This season Kyle Clancy is more than ready to build some huge kickers and slash the powdery mountains of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. What you may or may not know is that this well-respected snowboarder grew up on the East Coast. After seeing the success of pro riders he idolized in Vermont, Kyle was in search of better terrain and bigger parks.

Predictably, after high school he decided to move to Cali with his buddy, Zach Leach. It wasn’t long until Kyle ran into Bobby George and Jeff Anderson, who helped pave the way for Kyle’s success. The rest was history. Kyle went on to travel with The Grenade Army, produce his own film company, and star in countless shred flicks (That’s It, That’s All, The Community Project and The Boned Age to name a few).

More recently, his Smokin Snowboards pro model just came out. Kyle’s busy life perseveres with the happenings of his snowboarding career and maintaining a family. The success he has gained from living on the West Coast the past eleven years is renowned. His habitual positive attitude continues to make headway.

Is there anything you can say about filming with Travis Rice for his new movie Flight?
Unfortunately, last year we didn’t really have snow in Wyoming. When we finally tried to get together and film, we had a lot of avalanche danger and the snow wasn’t that deep. It put things on hold for the Wyoming crew. I’m looking forward to getting out there this year and building some kickers ‘cause it’s a two year project.

Who are all your sponsors?
Under Armour outerwear, Gordini goggles, Smokin Snowboards, Bluebird Wax, Liberty Board Shop, Remind Insoles and Masa accessories.

Under Armour
Gordini
Smokin Snowboards
Bluebird Wax
Liberty Board Shop
Remind Insoles
Brain Farm

READ MORE HERE Snowboard-Mag

Kyle Clancy is Pro For Smokin Snowboards

21 Jul

Thats Right, You read it correctly. Smokin Snowboards is very proud to announce the signing of Kyle Clancy to the Smokin Snowboards team. After years of slaying it in the backcountry and urban settings all over the world, Kyle has finally landed with us to create something amazing and fresh in the industry. He has had numerous video parts over the years, from 4 minute enders in Grenade movies to significant parts in “The Community Project” and “That’s It, That’s All”. Most notably for this upcoming season, Kyle will continue with his tradition of filming with Brain Farm’s Curt Morgan and Travis Rice for their new project . You can see Clancy all over the place in the magazines so check him out in print as well as at http://www.SmokinSnowboards.com. His new pro model will be available this fall and features a Noah Salasnek tribute throwback graphic.

Blue Bird “Dobre Hombres” Teaser

22 Jun

Remind Insoles Product Review on The Angry Snowboarder

28 May

In the daily war we wage on our knees and back on the slopes we have an ally in Remind Insoles. A company that specializes in aftermarket insoles for those of us that need it. Here’s what I thought of the product after 6 months of trying it out.

Product: Remind Cush Aftermarket Insole

Purpose: Provide you better arch support than what is given in your footwear whether it’s your skate shoes or snowboard boots. I used these in my daily shoes for 6 months to see how they would hold up over time and how well they worked. Plus I have blown customs in my snowboard boots and refuse to use anything else.

Fit: The big thing with any insole is if it fits in your shoe, your foots arch, and your foot shape. I initially found these to be a bit too much arch right away for my lack of an arch, but as they’re self forming after a week they molded to my arch. I was told to speed up this process you could hit them with a hair dryer if need be.

Features: Self forming memory foam and gel in the heels.

Conditions: Wore these for 6 plus months in my high tops and did everything from stand around for 12 hours to bar tending during Octoberfest.

Pros: Anything that gives you better arch support is a plus in my books. These things have done what they intended to do and my lower back is thanking me for it now. It’s a snowboarder owned company and designed from a guy that knows first hand how much we need foot support.

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