Pro Kits with Hana Beaman

Hana's Pro Kit
Park Board: Ride OMG 150
Backcountry Board: Ride Farah 153
Bindings: Ride Fame
Boots: Vans Hi-Standard – Hana Beaman Signature Colorway
Jacket: Ride Genesee Jacket
Pant: Ride Leschi Pant
Goggles: Von Zipper Feenom Goggle
Gloves: Dakine Sequoia Glove
Bag: Nixon Method Bag, Nixon Weekender Pack, Dakine High Roller
Underlayers: Cilla Missy Top, Cilla Leggings
Beanie: Elm Company Hobo Beanie
Misc: Nixon 42-20 Chrono Watch, Avalon 7 Bandana

Hana Beaman is one accomplished rider who has been in the biz for quite some time now. Competing since 1988, she has taken too many podium places to list, has had many appearances in shred flicks across the board, and has continued to make moves and build a positive image as a snowboarder for herself. What’s more, she always throws down in style.

As a hard representative for Ride, she is a proud user of the Ride OMG and Ride Farah. On her OMG she admits, “I love everything about it, from the hybrid twin shape to the hypercolor graphics.  I love how I can easily take it from park to pow, and it fits all my needs easily.” She pairs her snowboards with her Ride Fame bindings, which have AstroGlyde ratchets for flexibility and release.

Hana is also pumped to be rocking her very own Hi-Standard boots in her signature colorway. When asked how she picked out colors for designing her boots, she replied, “I was inspired by some old hiking boots, so I just kind of took it from there on the colorway, and we made some small changes to some of the other details.” There’s no doubt that they turned out pretty sweet, too.

Hana’s outerwear pieces include her Ride Genesee jacket and Ride Leschi pants, which work very nicely together as both pieces are durable, have 15,000g of breathability, and are extremely waterproof. On her favorite aspects of her outerwear she comments, “The fit is really nice, not too baggy and not too tight. Also, the materials used are stylish, unique and always keep me super warm and dry.” Under her jacket and pants, Hana wears the Cilla Missy top and Cilla leggings which she talks up as well. “They are super comfy, and are made from mostly eco friendly products. I can use them to snowboard, run, or even sleep in.” She completes her apparel with her Avalon 7 bandana, Von Zipper Feenom goggles and Elm Hobo beanie.

For traveling, Hana uses her Nixon Method Travel Bag, Nixon Pack It Up Weekender and Dakine High Roller Snowboard Bag. Judging from the quantity of her luggage, she may or may not overpack, just saying. For a little flair to top it all off, she rocks her Nixon 42-20 Chrono watch which is pretty damn sharp with its custom 200 meter stainless steel crystal case and sexy double locking clasp. Illin!

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