Windells snowboarding session 4 goes off with Louie Vito and friends

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Words: Erik Hoffman

As the parabola of summer reaches its vertex the likes of Halldor Helgason, Ethan Morgan, Gigi Ruff, Louie Vito, Denis Leontyev, Johnnie Paxson, and Toby Miller visited for Windells snowboarding session 4 with loads of stoke and even more Nike product for their very own takeover session. Over a five day span the team spread the wealth among campers with activities such as dodgeball and Ping-Pong. Louie’s Olympic spirit was on display as he managed to become immersed in intense rallies with a couple of Windells international campers. Eventually he was defeated and the lucky camper left with a pair of next years Nike boots as well as some serious bragging rights; Louie may have been able to dance with the stars but he wasn’t able to shake the campers in Ping-Pong.

For the fourth consecutive session the diggers schemed up a completely different park with even more transition and room for creativity that lent its hand to any style of rider. Head coach Nick Visconti and coach Tucker Speer took to their skate background and engaged their edges into powerful and creative lines all around the park as Jesse Paul carved out his own tranny weaving over, on and in between rails with grace similar to his sponsorship status… flow. But I digress, as summer moves into its ladder weeks make sure to be on the look out for the session edits from the likes of button wizards Ian Macy, Sam Trefaller, and Brian Nero as they whip all the fun into a three minute video for your summer snowboarding fix.

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