05/01/2012 | by duthie
We’ve put together special mega-prize package to celebrate our 100th Issue! One extraordinarily lucky reader will win all this kit, modelled here by the lovely Olya.
RIDE HIGHLIFE SNOWBOARD
The Highlife is one of the top end Ride boards, built for charging round the mountain and hitting kickers at high speed. It’s packed with their top of the range technology, and goes like a Saturn 5 rocket.
RIDE MAESTRO BINDINGS
These responsive bindings are the perfect compliment to that beast of a board. Lightweight and powerful, they feature canted footbeds and an aluminium heel-cup.
RIDE DEUCE BOOTS
Solid and stylish, the Deuce boots are a mid-stiff model that’ll suit most riding styles. Fully adjustable heat-mouldable inners and a good bit of padding round the soles.
O’NEILL FREEDOM JACKET
Seb Toots’ riding is so consistent that he seems to spend more time on podiums than off ‘em these days. This is the jacket he does it all in.
O’NEILL EXPLORE TORX PANT
Pants that look the business, but don’t compromise on the tech either. The waterproof zips and breathable fabric will keep you warm in the coldest conditions.
DRIFT HD CAMERA
One of the few truly portable cameras with a playback screen so you can watch your footage instantly. It films in 1080p full HD resolution, and can do 60 frames per second, so you can put your epic, Art of Flight style slashes and spins in slo-mo. A seriously lovely little piece of kit.
DAKINE CANYON BOARD BAG
This has easy carry handles, massive stash pockets and tons of padding that’ll keep your board (and the rest of your kit) safe no matter what third world airline you decide to book yourself on.
DEMON FLIGHT TUNE KIT
With a wax scraper, a tuning stone, a polish pad, a screwdriver tool, tape measure and (most brilliantly) spare binding screws, this has everything you need for on-hill repairs in a easy to carry, padded zip-up bag.
Brilliantly named and nicely scented to boot! This’ll keep you well ahead of the pack in your next Chinese downhill.
AMEL HIGHLIFE BASELAYER
Engineered in Sheffield by a pair of die-hard shred-heads, Amel’s baselayers are some of the best in the business.
GRENADE G.A.S. GLOVES
With the bright pop-art graphics on the back of the hand and the Grenade on the palm these pipe gloves are explosive visually, and comfy as hell.
PARK ZIP HOOD
A sick shredding hoodie from the Manchester-based brand that’s comfy as hell and perfect for on or off the hill.
PARK DAY OF THE SHRED T-SHIRT
A skull-pattern made of snowboards – how rad is that?!
STIRLING BEN KILNER SIGNATURE SOCKS
Even without the name, that tartan pattern should be enough to tell you these are designed by the UK’s best halfpipe rider.
SMITH PHENOM GOGGLES
A frame shape that’s fast becoming a classic combined with an impressively technical lens. Goggles don’t come much nicer than this.
COAL LOGO BEANIE
Stamped with the brand’s name, this will keep you snugger than the proverbial bug in its rug on the hill.
FRENDS CLASSIC HEADPHONES
Designed by a crew that contains more talent than the 2012 Penthouse Pet calendar, these not only look great, but sound great too.
TWO-WEEKS ON A NONSTOP DEVELOPMENT CAMP IN CANADA
Nonstop, the people behind the ‘Powder School’ which we featured in last month’s mag, are offering our lucky winner a place on one of their two-week development camps in British Columbia. You’ll be put up their luxury Red Tree Lodge (complete with a hot tub, sauna, bar, a games room and a snowboard tuning workshop), treated to breakfast every day, given a free lift pass and airport transfers and most importantly, eight days of all-mountain coaching. This is all about getting some serious time in pow: Not only are you pretty much guaranteed to improve as a rider, you’ll be doing it in snow so good it would make Robbie Fowler jealous!
So how do you win all this incredible swag? Just answer this ludicrously simple question:
If you need a clue, check out the Ride website here
*Sorry guys, Olya not included