ThirtyTwo teams up with Bear, Brighton, Loon, Woodward at Copper & Mammoth to create a killer line of custom boots

ThirtyTwo has teamed up with Bear Mountain, Brighton, Loon Mountain, Woodward at Copper & Mammoth Mountain to create a line of badass boots for each mountain’s dedicated park staff. At each resort, ThirtyTwo helped to build out “Training Facilities” (T.F.); essentially a set of 3 rails that progressively get longer and more challenging. The rails will be set up throughout the winter at each of the five resorts, a consistent outlet for riders looking to step up their game. In addition to creating these set ups, ThirtyTwo is showing their appreciation for the resorts’ hard working park crews by designing this exclusive line of TM-Two boots, one for each mountain and its staff.

Take a look — pretty rad, if you ask us…

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Bear Mountain: “The People’s Park” is one of the most innovative parks in the world. With its ever changing and evolving terrain, the Bear Park Crew has had its finger on the pulse of every skill level and ability snowboarding has had to offer for the last decade. Thus the only park suitable for the name, “The People’s Park.”

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Brighton: Known for its amazing powder, Brighton Resort boasts more than 500 inches of snow each winter on its 1,050 rideable acres, incredible natural terrain which features four parks and a pipe.

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Loon Mountain: Loon’s push to create the best parks possible has built its great reputation on the East Coast. With 6 parks and 2 pipes this place is a breeding ground for growing young talent.

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Mammoth Mountain: Comprised of 11 parks and three halfpipes, Mammoth’s Unbound Park sprawls over more than 90 acres of terrain. Mammoth’s terrain parks are known worldwide for perfection.

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Woodward at Copper: Woodward at Copper has a complete progression flow through all their parks and indoor facility. Practice your tricks in the Barn with jumps to foam, trampolines and skate areas… then take them to snow throughout their top 10 rated terrain parks. Woodward at Copper boasts five terrain parks, a superpipe, and a new 13’ halfpipe for the 13/14 season.

Boot descriptions courtesy of the ThirtyTwo crew

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