With a 5 days notice, 24hr of just flight time over and a desire to explore somewhere new and unique Summer Fenton made it to India where she got to ride powder in Gulmarg (western part of the Himalayas), enjoy a Shikara boat ride on Dal Lake and visit the 7th wonder of the world Taj Mahal.
I don’t even know where to begin. Do i start with that in the first 30 minutes of the trip where Grant gets hit by a car and Ryan and I find him motionless in the middle of the main road? Or that after he got hit, we lost our driver and random local men got in our car and quickly drove us to the hospital so G could get 13 stitches on the back of his head from a doctor who looked like he was part of a metal rock band?
Or how the mountains of Gulmarg (western part of the Himalayas) are huge and beautiful and that we were one of the 6 people riding untouched lines and epic pow all day?
Or that on our walk to the hotel we pass through a forest of monkeys? Or that kah wah tea is now one of my favorites? Or that the local people treat us as their own and promote world peace? Or that we ate curry for almost every meal? Or that even though there were a ton of obstacles and expired food we still had an amazing time?
After spending all of my time snowboarding in the Himalayas, I couldn’t leave India without seeing the Taj Mahal ✨🇮🇳 Also a bird pooped on me here.
I've never seen a boat like this before so when i asked what type it was they said “Shikara” and i said oh like the singer? But then I realized the singers name is Shakira and that I’ve been rambling for too long on this post about me mixing up the names between the boat and the singer. Anyways shout out to a comfy ride on Dal Lake ✨🛶✌🏽
All in all this trip was unlike anywhere I’ve ever traveled and I’m extremely grateful for the mountains we got to ride and the many kind people we’ve met along the way. Till next time✌🏽💕
We here at NIKITA are excited to announce that our team rider Amelia Brodka is Outiside TV's Campfire featured athlete of the month! Gather up your videos and stories of you and your fellow Outsiders, upload them to the Outside TV Campfire App and your social media you get entered to win tons of gear from Amelia's sponsors.
Excited? So are we- to find out more about the contest details and what's going on during the month, press play on the video below and watch Amelia explain it all.
Words below - Riley Elliott, PG Intern
The Results are in and so is Nikita. We made it on the list of standout women's Gear at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2019. Which made for another successful year in Denver!
Our Nikita Poplar Jacket took a life of its own not only taking the show by storm but showing everyone it can brave any snow storm. I personally love this jacket, the inside is warm and cozy, and don't even get me started on the colors. Be on the lookout it's going to be on the website soon!
Below are words written by Jo Savage directly from the article -
"NIKITA is an iconic girls streetwear and outerwear brand that brings style and rebellious confidence to girls – from the streets to the mountains.
The clothes are designed by women who ride for women who ride – snowboard, ski and skate. The Poplar Jacket incorporates Thermore Ecodown that is 100-percent recycled material. This line is Blue Sign approved, rated at 15k waterproofness, has a luxury comfort lining (see purple fabric), and intuitive pocket placements."
Head over to ASN now to check out the rest of the pieces that made the cut!
Day 3, the day that, this year, is boasting the famous sunrise shoot for Ms. Superpark 2019 at Big Boulder in Pennsylvania. When we say the girls were riding from sun up to sun down, we aren't kidding. Everyone roused themselves from their beds around 5am and shuffled their way to the slowly turning lifts for a first light session on the hill.
If you followed our Marketing Manager Jenna Kuklinski's takeover of the story during the shoot, you know a lot of the major highlights from the morning, but the Snowboarder Mag staff recap the morning shoot and more in their Day 3 photo recap of Ms. Superpark. See excerpts from the write-up below or head to Snowboarder.com for the full piece and more photos.
Photo - Mark Clavin
Words - Snowboarder Magazine Staff
Pardon any grammatical errors, this recap is being written after literally riding from sunup to sundown. That being said… wowo wat A grate dae itwas. Just kidding. We pride ourselves on grammar and punctuation here. That is why the SNOWBOARDER crew arrived on hill at 6:37am this morning after a group text went out promptly telling everyone to be ready by 6:30am. Alas our tardiness for the sunrise shoot and current sleep-deprived state to Google a better adjective, we will sum it up by just saying the morning session was lit. Huge thanks to Stefi Luxton, Nora Beck, Ari Morrone, Madison Blackley, Desiree Melancon, Jill Perkins, Nirvana Ortanez, Taylor Elliot and the rest of the riders for making the first sunrise shoot of Ms Superpark a success! Featuring the mesh wall ride that once resided at the DC Mountain Lab, 20+ ladies planted, slid, and stalled in and out of golden light until it was time for breakfast.
After some coffee, it was straight to the hip up on Boulder Park run. Ty Schnorrbusch set the line and started off the session, with plenty of ladies in tow. Katie Kennedy lofted up some airs, Kailey and Ashley Bogart lapped through, and Stefi Luxton showed everyone exactly what a proper hip hit looks like. Emma Crosby joined in to warm up her legs, but everyone knew she had her eyes set on a different feature—the untouched step-down jump with a cat parked on the deck. It didn’t take long before a small crew hiked to the backside of the hip to start checking speed.
Once again dropping first, Ty Schnorrbusch went HUGE on the feature, stoking out the crowd. Next up, Emma Crosby borrowed Jess Kimura’s helmet and sent a few over the lip. Nelly Steinhoff joined in and in between wind bursts, pulled a solid method for the photogs on the deck. After both Nelly and Ty went down on the landing—sadly taking them out of the session, Emma charged on by herself and spun a few massive front threes, earning the respect of her peers and probably plenty of beers tonight. Crosby received a huge cheers as she walked into the lodge, even getting Jess Kimura to say, "That is the highest my helmet has ever been."
Read the rest, including an exclusive interview with Jess Kimura, on Snowboarder.com!
If you've been following our feed, you'll have been staying up to date with the latest happenings on hill at Big Boulder for Ms. Superpark. What the feed doesn't always give you a beautiful laid-out space where you can appreciated all of the images that are coming out of the long days of riding.
Snowboarder Mag does an amazing job at capturing the moments and the vibes of what it's like to be on hill with nearly 100 ripping female riders. We won't try to out-do the pros here, so check out these excerpts from the Snowboarder Mag photo recaps from Day 1 and Day 2 and if you like this sampling, be sure to go read the full pieces on their site here
Words - Mary Walsh
"True to form of snowboarders in general, female riders especially have always been hell bent on making it happen, whether "it" is a movie project, video part, snow chasing road trip, or grassroots event—and when Ms. emerged as a way to come together for a week of park laps, the stoked was high. Over the past few seasons, women have gathered at only a few events designed specifically for them, Snowboy Productions' IT'S TITS! at Boreal, Kimmy Fasani's Amusement MTN, Nine Queens, and park camps, backcountry clinics, and ride weeks around the world. There was momentum and anticipation to add Ms. Superpark back into the fray as another opportunity for the community to come together, rider together, and push one another to showcase the creativity and talent within the collective group...
Far on rider's left, Boulder's Freedom park is a haven for jibbers. It's loaded with different features and it was the first place that crew of ladies started warming up and throwing down. The Rude Girls arrived all the way from Banff and started getting clips on the rails. Maria Thomsen immediately started putting on a clinic and Jenaya Jenkins, Lexi Rolland, Taylor Elliot, Taylor Davis, Savannah Shinske and more went from 0 to 60 right away. Soon the minipipe was being lapped, as Desiree and Bridges went plant-for-plant in the perfectly-cut pipe. A loaded crew including Savannah Golden, Nelly Steinhoff, Summer Fenton, Alice Gong, Kelsey Boyer, Christine Savage, and were hotlapping side hits and the minipipe...
Over on the rider's right side of Boulder, Madison Blackley was casually charging as soon as the lifts started to turn. The Salt Lake Native is best known for her tenacity in the streets, but she has heavy jumping chops, as well. Just before lunchtime, when the Boulder park crew had put the finishing touches on the Ms. Lane in Boulder Park and the sun had softened the snow just enough, Mads kicked off the first session of Ms. on the hi. Setting the line with her was Desiree Melancon, who was sending methods high over the horizon. Nelly Steinhoff, Emma Crosby, Kailey Bogart, Ty Schnorrbusch, and more were warming up for the week with a serious hip session."
Words - Mary Walsh
"If day one didn’t convince you already, maybe the day 2 recap will—5 years was way too long of a wait for Ms. Superpark to be back on hill! Tricks are being thrown down all over the hill, NBDs are in the air, and lucky for us, the handful of veterans and huge crew of up-and-comers here at Big Boulder are more than up to the task of pushing the limit of what was set a demi-decade ago...
Midway down the Boulder Park trail, side-by-side quarters were the site of a big day two session. Handplants, airs, liptricks and tranny finders were all fair game as the new arrivals (Stefi, Nirvana, Jill, and Jess) pointed it into the rider's right wall alongside Kelsey Boyer, Emma Crosby, Cori Stevenson, Summer Fenton, and more. Laura Rogoski and Christine Savage were dropping in for doubles. Savannah Golden was initiating surfy tranny finders. Stefi and Jess opened up the rider's right wall with proper handplants. The quick-dropping, consistent-stomping session not only offered plenty of fodder for the upcoming day 2 video, but also catalyzed trick-learning. Madison Blackley was dialing in McTwists. Jill Perkins and Maria Thomsen were learning handplants for the first time. Luminaries, veterans, and up-and-comers rode alongside one another and each trick that was landed launched a subsequent idea or variation.
[Jess Kimura], you have been a part of seminal projects that are devoted to women's snowboarding, most recently The Uninvited. Why do you feel that women's-specific projects, whether movies, events, etc. are important in snowboarding?
I think it's important just to get to know the whole community of all the girls. These events are super essential for supporting and feeding off each other. Today I was at the quarterpipe and I was learning handplants just from looking at all the other girls and getting so much inspiration. I think it's just super important that we all get together, inspire each other, and support each other because I think that's when we evolve the best. It's just dope to see all the girls kill it and that makes you want to step it up."
To read the rest of the articles and catch up on everything else Ms. Superpark, head over to Snowboarder.com now. Thanks again to Big Boulder Park for building the parks and hosting and to Monster Energy for coming in on supporting the girls and women out there riding all week.
Over 40 years ago, October 1975 to be exact, 90% of Icelandic women went on strike. They took to the streets and marched for equal rights. Factories, banks, and business were forced to shut down. School and nurseries also closed – leaving men to take care of everything.
While life seemingly went back to normal the next day, the “Women’s Day Off” movement set the stage for change that would reverberate across Iceland – let alone the world.
Five years later, Vigdis Finnbogadottir, won Iceland’s presidency. Making her the first woman in the world to be democratically elected as a head of state. As Europe’s first female president, President Vigdis inspired women across Iceland and Europe to run for office. Today, the Nordic country is top-ranked for gender equality, according to the World Economic Forum, a position that it has held for the past nine years. In 2018, Iceland fully enacted the world’s first equal pay law, which requires companies with 25 or more employees to certify equal pay regardless of gender.
And, its reputation for being on the forefront of gender equality is what inspired world champion snowboarders Anne-Flore Marxer and Aline Bock to embark on a two-month Icelandic adventure and capture their journey in the documentary film “A Land Shaped By Women.”
Raised in a competitive Swiss-French alpine skiing family, first-time director Marxer chose snowboarding for its relaxed environment. But as the sport gained popularity, she soon found that equal opportunities for women would not come naturally. So, Marxer used her platform to highlight disparities between men and women, including inadequate competition conditions, lack of sponsorships, and unequal prize money.
“I understood if I kept competing and winning, I could say something about it and make a change,” said Marxer, 2011 Freeride World Champion. “To know that I could contribute to the way they were treating women was the reason why I did those competitions.”
As opportunities for women slowly changed, Marxer grew weary of the struggles associated with being a woman in board and action sports. Finding herself in desperate need of strength and inspiration, Marxer traveled to Iceland.
“I was tired of having to fight all the time. I was tired of having to justify myself as being a woman,” said Marxer. “I wanted to leave the fighting energy behind me, and I wanted to experience what I love in a different surrounding and see how it would be to snowboard in a place where it is supposed to be so much better for gender equality.”
Surrounded by Iceland’s mountain backdrops, Marxer found exactly what she was looking for: women shaping the country’s political landscape by bringing women’s issues to the forefront.
“It was discovering this positive feminist culture, in Iceland that is understood as being positive that we don’t really have elsewhere. If I talk about Europe, for example, if you are someone who wants to bring changes in your surroundings or society, everyone is looking at you as someone who is disturbing,” said Marxer.
“But in Iceland, I felt like everyone is participating in bringing changes within the country, and it is seen as positive. That was refreshing to me.”
Along the journey, Marxer interviewed women who are paving the way for gender equality, civil rights and human rights, including Katrin Oddsdottir (human rights attorney who took part in writing Iceland's new constitution), Heida Birgisdóttir (Nikita clothing founder, documented as one of Iceland's first female snowboarders and first female surfer), and Vilborg Arna Gissurardóttir (explorer, the first Icelander to reach the summit of Mount Everest).
While highlighting Iceland’s progressive policies, Marxer hopes the film shifts how women in sports are portrayed in the media.
“For the past 30 years, videos of snowboarding always have the same narrative, which I call a very male narrative. It is always a guy in front of the camera who is the big hero,” said Marxer.
“Which is a bit surprising because in snowboarding and skiing combined, 40% of the participants are women. When you always see the sport for the extreme, you push away most women telling them that it is too dangerous.”
“A Land Shaped by Women” has been recognized 13 times by film festivals around the globe for its powerful yet positive message about gender equality. The film is now available via iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, FandangoNow, Playstation, Vimeo on Demand and VUDU. Click here to watch it on demand.
“#MsSuperpark is like a magnifying glass, terrarium and bullhorn all combined into one event centered around female snowboarders.”
Check out the interview that Snowboarder Mag's Mary Walsh did with our Marketing Manager Jenna Kuklinski. The interview centers around the state of women's snowboarding, why we are so excited to be a part of Ms. Superpark in its returning year and what inspires Jenna most in other riders and industry leaders.
Repost from Snowboarder Mag; Words Mary Walsh
MS. SUPERPARK 2019: INTERVIEW WITH NIKITA CLOTHING’S JENNA KUKLINSKI
Five years ago, Ms. Superpark touched down at Mammoth Mountain for a week of springtime sending. Nearly 100 women lapped the Unbound Express as they launched, tweaked, floated, pressed, buttered, and blunted everything in their path. Jenna Kuklinski was on site experiencing the event for the first time and covering the daily proceedings with the SNOWBOARDER crew–you can read her take on the riding and riders to watch out for here and here. Flash forward five years and Jenna has continually deepened her connection and contribution to the women’s snowboarding scene. Now, as the Marketing Manager for Nikita Clothing, an infamously inventive brand, she is at the helm of creating and collaborating on projects, events, and activations that help to push women’s snowboarding, and snowboarding in general, forward. For the return of Ms. Superpark, Nikita is supporting the event, the latest in the brand, and Jenna’s efforts to strengthen the community. – Mary Walsh
First off, what is your role at Nikita and can you tell us a little bit about Nikita’s involvement in snowboarding the past few seasons/currently?
Of course. My roll at Nikita Clothing is Marketing Manager. I work with the team riders, on our events, content, the product development and design team as well as spend a lot of time on basic things like shipping tasks and storage unit Jenga. It's a small team that works with Nikita, but it's a cool one. Right now, Nikita is excited to be to creating more welcoming and progressive events that grow the community for females in snow and skate.
Nikita is and always has been by women for women and that's the driving force behind all that we do. A year ago, we kicked off our very own G.W.R. (Girls Who Ride) event series which combines a coached progression session with an afternoon jam that's open to any and every girl or woman who wants to join. We also promote both snowboarders and skiers in the industry, working with amazing athletes in both areas; talk to riders and shop employees for product feedback; and generally work to hold a deep connection to the community that we create for. We want to bring women up, together, and help contribute positively towards growing the awareness and community in women's snowboarding.
What’s your view on the current state of women’s snowboarding right now?
Women's snowboarding right now is getting to be a really cool landscape. Over the past few years I've had the chance to see and be involved in so much that has helped bring women up in snowboarding. From being something that had to shout for attention–literally working to grab people's eyes and focus them on female riding, a lot of inspired work and snowboarding has come out of it. It's not strange anymore to hear about women's crews of female-driven projects or have a female Olympic snowboarder be a household name or, more importantly, that the rosters of main movie projects now prominently feature both male and female names. I think that's the end goal, really. Women, girls, and riders in general are realizing it's about bringing your friends up with you, joining together and making a place for ourselves instead of talking about how there's nothing out there for us. It's about supporting your friends, riding together and having fun.
What projects, ideas, riders, events, etc. get you excited?
Oh man, I get so excited about anything that comes from a person or place that is passion-driven. This could be a lot of things: a snowboard movie, an individual rider, whatever. They don't have to be perfect and most likely they'll be something outside of the norm, but when a person or project is propelled forward by their personal drive to do something for the love of it or because they vehemently believe it needs to be out in the world, that's what gets me excited. The energy is electrifying and infectious. You can't ignore it.
Your first Snowboarder Mag event was Ms. Superpark at Mammoth Mountain five years ago, correct? How was being a part of Ms. that year?
Yea, the most recent Ms. Superpark was my first SNOWBOARDER Mag event! That was such a cool experience for me. I knew about Ms. Superpark and followed it for years and then to actually be there and see it all go down, I was high for weeks after getting to go to that. It was new, overwhelming, inspiring and just so fun. Seeing the riders and hearing the names of people I looked up to riding around me in a park built just for them and highlighting what they can do was surreal. At the end of it I vowed I had to get to the next one, and here I am, five years later, getting to make that happen.
Any moments/tricks/stories stick out from that year of Ms?
Simply being at Ms. Superpark was exciting enough for me, but I also had been given the opportunity form you and Pat to interview the riders around me that I thought were pushing the envelope. That was beyond anything I'd first thought I'd get to do. I also remember everyone in the JetPack crew riding around and filming at the time bringing pool floaties up to the top of the mountain so they could float in the spring slush pond that was forming below the lift at the top, and then getting to follow all of the photo and video recaps as they came out every evening or morning and that was something they put in their edit–that was them doing what they wanted to do creatively and they had the freedom to do it in that space.. That was so impressive to me, to see the riders throwing down for their tricks and lines and then the SNOWBOARDER staff turning around after capturing all of the content all day and putting it out within twenty-four hours. I think this was where I started to pick up on and experience the vibe of what a serious work ethic was.
How do you feel Ms. Superpark fits into the greater snowboarding landscape?
Ms. Superpark is like a magnifying glass, terrarium and bullhorn all combined into one event centered around female snowboarders. Throughout the year, everyone rides separately, works on their own projects and will come together in small instances, but most of the time it's on a per-project basis and won't involve a ton of people.
What do you think makes this season a fitting time for Ms. Superpark to return?
The desire for more representation of women in action sports has grown significantly and Ms. Superpark coming back this year just adds more fuel to the fire. The riders are hungry for it, the public wants to see it–it's the perfect storm for the reintroduction of this amazing event!
Why is supporting Ms. Superpark a good fit for Nikita?
It's a no brainer for Nikita to support Ms. Superpark. The event represents everything that Nikita stands for and more, and is serving the girls and women who are out here pushing themselves to always be improving in their riding, while at the same time helping to further highlight and forward the female representation in snow. The ladies are out here and they want to be riding and we want to help make that happen as much as possible.
When you were growing up, prior to joining the industry ranks, who were the riders that inspired you and made you want to be in the position you are now in?
I have to say, Jess Kimura and Desiree Melancon have been and were always riders that have inspired me. They've been the ones who went hard and pushed themselves relentlessly and they were the female names that I saw when I opened a mag or saw an ad that featured a female.
Who and what inspires you now?
I hope this doesn't get old, but it's really the riders and people in the industry that are here doing what they do because they love it that always inspire me. I could start naming names, but (and this isn't a bad thing) that would take me a while and I'm afraid at the end of it I still wouldn't be able to get everyone the recognition that they deserve. There are new individuals coming into the industry all the time that add more fuel to the fire and I hope it continues to evolve and grow in the way that it is now. The only constant is change and it's a continuously exciting, challenging and invigorating thing to be a part of. It's tiring and it wears on you, but it attracts some of the most amazing people.
What are you looking forward to most about Ms. Superpark 2019?
I'm looking forward to seeing all of the female riders out together in one place. The creativity and innovation in the riding and how each rider individually interprets the features is what I can't wait to see.
SNOWBOARDER MAGAZINE'S MS. SUPERPARK RETURNS AT BIG BOULDER, PA
Press Release reposted from Snowboarder Magazine
Carlsbad, CA (February 28, 2019) — SNOWBOARDER Magazine is excited to announce the return of the most esteemed women's freestyle event in snowboarding, Ms. Superpark. With the generous support of Monster Energy and Nikita Clothing, Ms. Superpark 2019 is set to begin on Monday, March 11th at Big Boulder, PA as nearly 100 of the top female snowboarders from around the world descend on Big Boulder Park to showcase the electric state of their collective progression. For four straight days, Jess Kimura, Desiree Melancon, Maria Thomsen, Hana Beaman, Elena Hight, Jill Perkins, and more will spin, stall, tweak, slash, slide, flip and stomp never-before-seen trickery on terrain designed to cater to their skillsets in Boulder's celebrated park.
The excitement for Ms. Superpark 2019 is evident among the ranks for professional riders. "It's been a long absence of this greatly anticipated yearly gathering of the best snowboarders," said multi-time Rider of the Year, Desiree Melancon. "I've missed this event. It's when I make friends, see what women are capable of, and have a sense of community among my peers. Not to mention, it's different to actually snowboard with the people you find yourself fanning out on over Instagram…."
As the event host for the 2019 edition of Ms. Superpark, Big Boulder, Pennsylvania is an ideal partner because of the resort's dedication to inventive park building and continued support of women's riding. With 8 parks filled with 113 features, Big Boulder offers a progressive playground in the Poconos that will catalyze creative snowboarding from the assembled riders over the course of the week.
"We are committed to supporting female snowboarders and dedicated to getting more women in the park through our builds, team initiatives, contests, and women's-specific park clinics," said Pat Morgan, Big Boulder Director of Freestyle Terrain. "It's our goal to provide opportunities for all levels of female riders in the park. We couldn't be more stoked to partner with SNOWBOARDER to add Ms. Superpark to this objective, not only through providing a world-class set up for some of the best snowboarders in the world, but also to provide a setting for the current top talent to inspire the next generation."
Ms. Superpark has a history of offering a unique opportunity for snowboarding's up-and-coming riders to shine alongside their peers, idols, and snowboarding legends. This year, the stage is set for this current generation to display their park prowess, showing what truly is possible when the women's snowboarding community is provided a park in which to ride together.
"Jess Kimura, Kjersti Buass, Jamie Anderson, Desiree Melancon, Marie-France Roy, Hana Beaman, Cheryl Maas, Kimmy Fasani and Christy Prior are not just snowboarding icons who have spent their careers shaping our sport, but they also share the acclaim of being recipients of the Ms. Superpark Standout Award," said SNOWBOARDER Creative Director, Patrick Bridges. "I can't wait to see who joins this esteemed set in 2019!"
While Ms. Superpark is an invite-only private park session, all female shreds with the means are encouraged to come out to Big Boulder, PA for public evening ride along sessions with their favorite pro's from 6:00pm to close from Monday-Thursday.
Stay tuned to Snowboarder.com for news, daily updates, videos, photo galleries of all the action from Ms. Superpark 2019. To follow all the happenings from Big Boulder while on the go, follow @snowboardermag, @bigboulderpark, @nikitaclothing, @monsterenergy and #mssuperpark for the latest imagery from this one-of-a-kind session. Ms. Superpark 2019 at Big Boulder, PA is made possible by the sponsorship support of Nikita Clothing and Monster Energy.
SNOWBOARDER Magazine is entering its 32nd year of documenting the sport of snowboarding. Since day one, SNOWBOARDER has been the inspiration for riders to go out and shred, indulge in their passion and progress their skills. The name says it all, if you're a snowboarder, then SNOWBOARDER is for you. The magazine is part of reaches more than two million active sports enthusiasts each month through an integrated network of magazines, online properties, events, movies and social media. For more information about SNOWBOARDER Magazine please visit www.snowboarder.com.
Hello one and all!
Gather around, because we've got some important news here- the final (! 😢 it's ok, don't cry), stop for our North American G.W.R. winter series is coming up quick and it's going to be one you definitely can't miss. We'll be at Ari Morrone's home mountain, Big Boulder park at Jack Frost resort, throwing down with both snowboarders and skiers!
You can expect tons of prizes, giveaways and possibly even some $$$ (👀🔥🍞)! given away to girls and ladies who land their best tricks.
What's more? If you pre-register using the form below and show up as one of the first 40 people to check in, you'll get a FREE, limited edition Nikita Fanny Pack (waht! Yes.). Seriously, you don't want to miss out on this.
Sign up now and we'll see you March 9th at Big Boulder resort for the best day of your winter!
Boardsliding into the G.W.R Rude Girls Recap Like......
On Jan 26th the second annual G.W.R. by Nikita Clothing hosted at Sunshine Village with Rude Girls went down.
Wow, what an amazing turnout. If you were at Sunshine Village the photos are up, please go tag yourself tag your friends. And if you weren't there get inspired by all these lovely ladies and go ride!
When I say Rude Girls y'all say YEAHH. Check out all these boarder babes. Who else wants to do a female shred day every day?
Can't wait to see you all next time coming in live from Nikita Clothing featuring Girls Who Ride.
Words By. Riley Elliott
ATTENTION ALL EASTCOASTERS:
G.W.R. IS HEADED YOUR WAY! (SIGN UP HERE)
This place has everything you could every want or need to finish out the 2019 winter season. Did you notice how good the Cypress Jacket looks in spring conditions? Well you can find this exact jacket at The Source.
Also get to The Source faster than Summer because you need a pair of the Evergreen Denim Bibs.
Words by: Riley Elliott