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Brendan Keenan, Whistler B.C., from issue 11.3 Gallery. Photo: Justin L'Heureux

Brendan Keenan, Whistler B.C., from issue 11.3 Gallery. Photo: Justin L’Heureux

It’s summer and some borderline insane people are actually enjoying themselves going to the beach or chillin’ on the patio with an ice cold beer in hand. For those of us that would rather be riding, now is the time to get a ridiculously good deal when you subscribe to Snowboard Magazine. Last year the mag went through some exciting changes and once again solidified its status as the world’s highest quality snowboarding magazine. Volume 11 is going to be even better, printed on the same high quality paper you’ve come to love and expect.

Here’s the deal with our summer rates:

You can subscribe to Snowboard Magazine for one year (four issues) for only $5.00. Odds are, that’s cheaper than the double latte you got at Starbucks this morning.

$8.00 gets you two years and eight issues. That’s a dollar a pop! We’re basically giving you the mag for free.

If you want to dig deep into your pockets and scrounge up two more greenbacks, we’ll give you three YEARS, meaning 12 issues of Snowboard Magazine. $10.00 — that’s 10 bones, 10 bucks, 10 smackaroos — now that’s just a fucking steal.

But you need to get on it before July 24, 2014 to receive your Buyer’s Guide hot off the press in September. If you procrastinate by watching all the latest snowboard videos on our site, you’re going to miss out on the top snowboard gear for the upcoming season. Don’t be that guy – or girl.

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With utmost appreciation,

Susie Floros, Editor-in-Chief
Tim Peare, Photo Editor
Nate Deschenes, Senior Editor
John Alvino, Art Director
Jens Heig, Online Editor
Shane Dowaliby, Video Editor
Jon Glass, Digital Media Manager
Kyle Kennedy, Publisher