The #PassItOnProject is back for 2014

The #passitonproject is back for another round, this time teaming up with Lib Tech for 3 individually numbered #passiton boards, which have already begun to make their way across the world. The boards are customized versions of Travis Rice’s 2015/16 Goldmember pro model, Rice himself taking the first turns on board #3 in Japan, while Jami Lynn took board #1 up to the Legendary Banked Slalom and Fredi Kalbermatten rode #2 in Switzerland.

What is it?
#passitonproject is an experiment in social art. We’ve set free 3 customized 2015/16 Lib Tech Travis Rice Goldmember boards into the global snowboard community, to see just how many riders they can be passed on to, and just how far around the world each board can travel.

What if I get the board?
Lucky you. You’ve got 3 days to ride the board, then pass it on. Be sure to tag your photos with #passitonproject on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or Google +. Just remember, these are Travis Rice’s personal boards… so do as Travis would do and pass it on.

Check out the #passiton photo gallery

Travis Rice with board #3, beginning its journey in Japan | P: #passitonproject Travis Rice with board #3, beginning its journey in Japan | P: #passitonproject
Jamie Lynn giving board #1 proper initiation at the Mt. Baker LBS | P: #passitonproject Jamie Lynn giving board #1 proper initiation at the Mt. Baker LBS | P: @whateverisclever
Fredi Kalbermatten buttering up board #2 in Switzerland pow | P: @whateverisclever Fredi Kalbermatten buttering up board #2 in Switzerland pow |P: #passitonproject

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