The New York Times interviews Jeremy Jones about “Blazing Icy Trails”


It’s not often the main stream media features the likes of us “rebels” in the snowboard world. They probably can’t get over the fact that we do what we love and aren’t stuck behind some shitty desk with an endless view of skyscrapers through a window on the other side of the office.

But when they do, we appreciate it. It opens up our world to the masses. It gives the rat race a small taste of what it’s like to love what you do (Yes, some may love the race). And that’s exactly what the latest New York Times article achieves as Max Klinger tells the story of Jeremy Jones, and how his adventures into the unknown are beyond belief.

Read the full story “A Soft-Spoken Snowboarder Blazes Icy Trails” at


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