Scott Stevens lands on the ThirtyTwo outerwear team

32scottstevens.jpgThirtyTwo added TM-Two wearin’ regular footer, Scott Stevens to its outerwear team for 2012!  After growing up in Westfield, Massachusetts, Scott is a full-fledged masshole and he has collected a lot of nicknames over the years including Atcha Boii, Doug Floutie, Steamy and Sleepy.

Scott is reppin’ his new signature ThirtyTwo gear: the khaki colorway of the ThirtyTwo Venice jacket, black Wooderson pant and black/yellow TM-Two colorway.  

On top of his parts in Think Thank’s Left Brain Right Brain and Capita’s Defenders of Awesome, his frequent web video clips show that Scott is one of the hardest working pro snowboarders in the game.  If you haven’t seen his X Games Real Snow part yet, check it out here: Real Snow.

Scott is a staple at High Cascade Snowboard Camp (HCSC) where he has worked for more than seven years.  He is consistently one of HCSC’s most requested coaches and heaviest hitters in session video edits.  Of course he also has the best full-time job in the world, and rides for ThirtyTwo, etnies, Capita, Union, Dakine, Smith, Magical Go-Go, Coal, Theory Skate Shop and Skull Candy.

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