Wednesday April 23, 2014

Last update09:23:58 AM PST


08-09 PacSun USASA Snowboard Team Attacks Mt Hood

A week in the life of the PacSun Snowboard Team at Windells Snowboard Camp in Mt. Hood Oregon. Mother nature threw everything she had their way. Wind, Rain, Snow, Sun, Fun and Pain. Check out 6 of the new team recruits and their experience in the great northwest. June can be a challenge up there on the hill, but they survived the test.


USASA Sub-Committees being created now

The USASA is currently creating various sub-committees for the 2008-2009 season and we need your help. If you are interested in being a part of any of the sub-committees please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it as soon as possible.

Some of the sub-committees currently being put together are:

  • Nationals Sub-Committee
  • Adaptive Snowboarding Sub-Committee
and more to follow...


Vote for Nationals as your favorite event!

Pacsun currently has a poll on their website asking what your favorite snow event of the season was. USASA Nationals is now in 2nd place out of 7 events listed, just behind X Games.  We can top X Games if all of you get over there and vote.

PacSun is stoked to be a part of the USASA and you can show them your support, take a moment and go to and vote for USASA Nationals!

What we're made of

The character of USASA kids never ceases to amaze.



The Nationals Blog


News, updates and pics from the 2008 USASA Nationals.

Photo: A rider flies high in Open Class Slopestyle practice Thursday.


Spencer goes to Italy

  Snowboarding has taken me all over the country; Utah, Colorado, Idaho, California, Maine, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Minnesota, and Oregon. Snowboarding has taken me all over the world; Canada, Switzerland, and this week, Valmalenco, Italy. The top riders of the United States born 1988 and after were invited to test their skills amongst the rest of the world this week at the FIS World Junior Championships.


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