As larger snowsports magazines fall by the wayside, it’s great to see passionate editors and writers continue to publish relevant and artistic content regularly. Bomb Snow, out of Bozeman, MT, is one such publication.
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Printed quarterly, the early winter 21/22 edition is almost upon us. Pre-orders have opened in anticipation of an October 7th, 2021 launch date. This season, they are offering a limited edition (just 250 available) ‘Bomb Snow Box’ with all sorts of extra goodies included.
The “Bomb Snow Box” comes with our latest coffee table book, a signed Limited Edition run 8″x 10″ Silk Screened print from artist John Fellows, a large 8″x10″ sticker pack, a new Bomb Snow/Avalon 7 face mask AND a 10 Barrel Brewing Coozie. One bonus item in every Box.
Plus, all box set purchasers will receive a discount code for 25% off any orders over $100 at: trewgear.com. Thanks for Supporting the Independent Print Revival! PEACE. Only 250 available, please order by Sept. 30th, 2021. Ships on Oct. 7th.
Support the independent print revival! Order your limited edition copy here. If you just want to order the magazine, click here.
Contents in this issue include:
- Greenwashing in the ski industry: 5 brands and 3 ski areas that are starting to understand the power behind our purchasing and how consumers will shape the future of our sport.
- A retrospective with legendary photographer and renegade Lonnie Ball and his wife Mary, a true ski bum love story.
- Cover artist profile with David Rice (@d_j_rice)
- Max Lowe goes deep to recover his deceased father Alex Lowe, while healing old wounds and finding solace in closure.
- A 360 mile bike-trek through Oregon teaches us lessons about pushing your own limits.
- An interview with Liz Clarke who sailed (and surfed) 18,000 miles while continuing to fight for the future of our oceans.
- A photo essay from the biggest (snowiest) February on record for parts of Montana, Washington and Colorado.
- All of the humor, music reviews and inspiration you’ve come to expect from us.
- + Many more short stories and radness* about “Embracing the Challenge”.
Bomb Snow was created as a side project in 2005 and 16-years later is still producing a mountain culture magazine that celebrates the lifestyle, culture, characters, and exciting places. Their mag delivers a product that’s less corporate, more raw, and a lot more artistic than other ski mags with a fusion of skiing and snowboarding, story, art, music, and love for the environment. They stay relevant because they offer real-life stories of people living and playing in the mountains. Real stories about living the dream in the mountains and knowing that being outside doing what you love is more important than wealth.