Windells session 4 photo recap

Windells Session 4 is over and out. The sun was shining, the park was on point, and everyone at Windells was stoked to make lots and lots of slushy, summery turns. Stevie Bell, Nick Visconti, Jason Robinson, and Curtis Woodman returned to Windells for the Reunion Team Takeover Session. After reaching extremely high levels of epic-ness during their session in 2011, the four descended on camp for a second amazing week, this time adding Brent Oftedal to the roster.

The Reunion crew’s combined, explosive energy took camp by storm. On hill, in between warming up on the jumps and taking laps in the rail section, the group kicked off the fun with a high ollie contest. Mid-session, JRob, Curtis, and Stevie made tracks all over the mountain with a gaggle of excited campers, exemplifying what makes summer snowboarding so amazing.

On campus, Nick, Stevie, Jason, Curtis, and Brent skated, juggled soccer balls, and judged a doughnut-eating contest. They played defense at Stevie Bell’s Bump extreme knockout game (a camper-favorite). Nick and the crew from Sandbox Helmets set up a slip ‘n slide for a snowskate-distance competition. And, any time that the guys weren’t playing games with campers, they were destroying the Concrete Jungle.

“I love every minute of it up here,” said Stevie. “It’s so fun, from on hill snowboarding to the off hill activities, it keeps you real busy and the entertainment is amazing. The Concrete Jungle is so fun, I can’t stop skating. I know I only get to skate it a couple weeks out of the year and I dream about it the rest of the time.”

It was a snow-shredding, dodgeball-playing, concrete-slashing, trick-learning, awesome session and we can’t wait for the next one! Luckily for us, it’s another packed week. Session 5 brings Cam Pierce, Austin Sweetin, Niko Cioffi and some of the Gremlinz to camp! Stay tuned to www.windells.com for more updates.

Brent Oftedal – Stalefish | Photo: ErikHoffman

Derrek Lever – Layback Boardslide | Photo: ErikHoffman

Evan Drage | Photo: ErikHoffman

Justin Fronius – Crippler Tail | Photo: NJ Petersen

Jeremy Estorga – Front Three Sad | Photo: ErikHoffman

JROB | Photo: NJ Petersen

Nick Visconti – BS 180 Melon | Photo: NJ Petersen

Paul Gilbert – Method | Photo: ErikHoffman

Stevie Bell – Indybone | Photo: NJ Petersen

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