At only 14 years old, Jadyn Chomlack is already becoming a household name in Canadian snowboarding. His 2017 winter highlights included multiple victories and podium finishes in contests at local, provincial and national levels, a trip to Snowboarder Magazine's The Launch and an invite to Superpark. Check out Jadyn's 2017 edit and keep your eyes peeled for him in the future.
The sun only briefly came out this spring at Whistler Blackcomb and the BrainCage Media crew took advantage of every moment. Check out their latest edit featuring Sandbox team rider Brin James Alexander, along with Coulton John Edward Conway, Jack Lawrence, Joel Cantle, Quin Ellul, Braedon G Wheeler, Aiden C. Hryciw, and Bryan Bowler
Filming: Kyler Lang & Andrew Collier
Edit: Kyler Lang
Sandbox is honoured to announce the addition of Devun Walsh to their snow team.
Widely regarded as one of the most influential riders of all time with video parts spanning three decades, Devun needs no introduction. He is the gold standard of style and class and just recently, was the first Canadian to be granted Transworld’s coveted Legend Award. We are truly humbled to have Devun representing not only our helmets, but our goggles as well. As a Canadian pro living between North Vancouver and Whistler, the Sandbox HQ stomping grounds (pun intended), we think the addition of Devun Walsh is a perfect fit on our team.
"When I made the decision to start wearing a helmet full time, Sandbox was the only brand I wanted to wear." —Devun Walsh
You’ll often hear narratives about a floaty switch back 180 transcending any kind of quad cork acrobatics. Devun’s clean and classic style is largely attributed to this statement and one we feel undoubtedly aligns with our brand. We’re not a quad cork. We’re a solid back one.
"I couldn’t be more stoked to have Devun reppin’ Sandbox helmets and goggles. Dev’s a long time friend who I’ve looked up to since the first day I saw him ride. We were both very fortunate to grow up riding the North Shore mountains with Whistler only a stones throw away, it was the ultimate snowboard playground for us growing up. Dev’s riding is so solid yet he makes everything look effortless. We all tried to copy his style but could never pull it off. Welcome to the Sandbox family Dev!" —Kevin Sansalone
Devun’s other sponsors include:
DC / Now Bindings / Beaver Wax / The Source Boardshop / Whistlerblackcomb / Mount Seymour / Wildcats
Cancer took John Leslie's leg when he was 10 years old. The following winter snowboarding changed his life. The Ottawa native is a snowboard Paralympian preparing to represent Canada in the 2018 games. This is his inspirational story, and this is his family.
“You told us we have no idea what we’re about to go face. But we’re going to do it as a family.” - John Leslie
For the final episode of the Out of Service trilogy, Geoff Brown and his friends get back on their sleds and venture into the Whistler backcountry. They are now literally … Out of Service.