Behind the Scenes: Reset Japan

Last year, RESET took riders Alex “Littlest” Sherman & Doran Laybourne on the trip of a life time, shredding their way from Sapporo to Asahidake to Neisko, Japan. Get a behind the scenes look at the glorious shredding that went down, from backcountry carving to urban jibbing, through the eyes of Laybourne. Snowboard Mag’s own Tim Peare joined the crew to explore Japan’s famous powder fields, and snap a few jaw dropping photos along the way; see the trip through his lens in the Snowboard Mag’s latest issue, Vol 10 Issue 4, on shelves now.

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