Perfect Moments of Shred: Prints now available to support Aaron Robinson’s Plant a Seed Foundation

This past winter pro rider Aaron Robinson passed away in a tragic snowboard accident at El Colorado in Chile. Since his passing there has been a huge movement to support Aaron Robinson Plant a Seed Foundation, a foundation that will help carry out Aaron's dream of providing financially disadvantaged children with opportunity to experience and develop their own passion and love for snowboarding.

With this in mind, friends and family of Aaron put on a photo fundraiser to kick off the Plant a Seed Foundation in his name. Perfect Moments of Shred was born and featured photographers from around the world including Jeff Curtes, Tim Zimmerman, Scott Serfas, and Snowboard Mag's editor-in-chief Chris Owen to name a few. With the proceeds from the event going to Aaron's recently launched foundation the event was a huge success.

Now, a month after the event, you can get your very own limited edition prints from the photo show. Check out the gallery above to see all the available prints with direct links to purchase. With the proceeds benefiting A-Rob you know it's for a good cause and with a limited edition run of 5 canvas prints for each photo, you'll be part of history.

Head over to the Perfect Moments of Shred Gallery to get your orders in before it's to late.

Watch the Perfect Moments of Shred video recap

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