Posts tagged snowboard girl

Saturday Session – Julia Baumgartner

Saturday Session – Julia Baumgartner

Julia Baumgartner, Austrian pow slayer, K2 and Nikita team rider (among others!) and all ’round butt kicking shred sista! Drop in with the Lipstick Productions crew and their new min-series No Place Like Home, for a little Saturday Session with Julia. Prepare for giggles, down-to-earth loveliness and badass riding…  

Saturday Session – Hana Beaman

Saturday Session – Hana Beaman

It’s getting pretty cold down this end of the world, and my snowboard radar is ramping up each time I reach for a beanie. One lady who has regularly appeared on my radar this past 6 months is the amazing Hana Beaman. Her progression from competition rider, to backcountry babe is reminiscent of the industry’s move […]

Splitboard Mag features Aline Bock

Splitboard Mag features Aline Bock

Happy Valentines my loves! In the spirit of Valentines day, I’m sharing the love for Splitboard Mag…. If you haven’t heard of Splitboard Magazine, a FREE online magazine dedicated entirely – you guessed it – to splitboarding, it’s time to take notice! Their most recent offering Less is More, is the 10th drop of the magazine and […]

K2 Women’s Alliance

K2 Women’s Alliance

K2 Women’s Alliance from K2 Snowboarding on Vimeo.   A little snippet of some of my fave snowboard babes working with the K2 Alliance. Anything with the K2 Alliance stamp of appoval has been ridden and tested by these babes, which is why I constantly come back to their gear year in – year out. […]

Review: Voile Women’s Artisan

Review: Voile Women’s Artisan

I’ve got to admit that it was pretty terrifying dropping  over 2 weeks wages on the necessary gear to begin my splitboarding journey. What if I hated splitboarbing? What if the board was super sucky? What if I couldn’t get the hang of it?! Enter the beautiful Voile Women’s Artisan Split!

Inspiration

Inspiration

Inspiration is a funny thing…at the moment I’m finding it in all sorts of unusual places. A news article about an unfortunate climber’s death on Mt Cook led me to an afternoon of researching the hugely inspiring life of Sir Edmund Hillary, which left a burning desire to conquer my metaphorical and physical mountains.  Watching […]

Progress

Progress

Sitting in my armchair, enjoying the afternoon sun, reflecting on a busy weekend of splitboarding at Temple Basin…and I realise that it’s all worthwhile. The early mornings, cold fingers & toes, car camping, the scream of my poor lungs when I’m slogging it out uphill, the sore muscles, the bruises, the teeny weeny bank balance….yep […]

I Must Be A Pessimist

I Must Be A Pessimist

I ALWAYS complain about the wind. 

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