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Neil Provo - a Utah based professional snowboarder

Check out Neil's website http://neilprovo.com

 

 

Kyle Miler - Washington splitboard extraordinar 

 

 

Zach Clanton - a Utah based photographer

Check out Neil's website http://zachclantonphotography.com

 

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Kyle Miller and crew complete the first ever splitboard traverse of WA's legendary Pickett Range

 

First Ascent athlete and splitboard.com reader Kyle Miller is at again and shares what he did on his summer vacation with the class. 

 

Congrats Kyle and crew! You continue to inspire us!

Kyle Miller First Ever to Shred Washingtons Non-Volcanic Nines

 

First Ascent athlete and splitboard.com reader Kyle Miller completes his quest to shred all of Washington's non-volcanic 9000ft peaks.

 

Congrats Kyle and thanks for continuing to push what can be done on a splitboard!

FreeRider by Crest Pictures debuts in France - Kyle Miller packs his bags and brushes up on his French for the trip

Crest Pictures' Freerider featuring Kyle Miller to have its World Premiere at The 7th International Free Ride Film Festival in St-Lary-Soulan, France. Kyle Miller is heading across the pond to present the film at the contest on behalf of Crest Pictures. Congrats Kyle!

Kyle Miller reviews 7 splitboards

Washington splitter Kyle Miller reviews 7 splitboards so you dont have to.

Thanks for sharing Kyle!

Video: Roadside runs in Alaska

Roadside runs in Alaska by The Provo Bros 

Sidecountry Sessions - Northstar couloir on Sultan Mountain - San Juan range CO

Video and Photos from a nice tour on December 27, 2011 up Sultan Mountain in the San Juans, Colorado. The best holiday gift of all was 4000 ft. of pow down to the little town of Silverton below. Pray for snow!  

 

by Neil Provo

The Provo Bros - Mining powder at Retallack, British Columbia

"During the winter of 2011, my brother Neil and I were presented with a once in a lifetime opportunity. We were to spend two months embedded in the heart of the Kootenays at the legendary Retallack Lodge. The mission was to shred pow with our good friend Tanner, who was on his comeback, and to help film Retallack: The Movie for Inspired Media Concepts." Ian Provo

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