Pro Setups: Marie-France Roy’s head-to-toe 2015-2016 gear

“Take the time to pick the right board and gear for your style of riding, you'll have that much more fun out there.”—Marie-France Roy
Trading the streets of Quebec for the pow-filled steeps of Haines, Alaska, Marie keeps pushing it. Photo: Ben Girardi / Full Moon

Pro Setups: Marie-France Roy

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Following a fruitful career at Rome, MFR switched it up this year and signed with Arbor Snowboards. From the backcountry to the streets and beyond, MFR depends on quality gear. "I love my boards, the Arbor Swoon and the Cadence, as they are some of the most fun boards I have ever ridden," she says. MFR offers a word of advice when shopping for new gear: "Take the time to pick the right board and gear for your style of riding, you’ll have that much more fun out there."

DOB: 4/17/1984

Height: 5'6"

Home Mountain: Whistler/Blackcomb, BC, Canada

Stance: Regular, 21.5 inches wide, front 15°, back -15°

Sponsors: Oakley, Arbor, Redbull, Whistler/Blackcomb, ClifBar, Axis, BeaverWax, Karakoram

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Board: Arbor Cadence $400

Boots: 32 Lashed $215

Bindings: Now IPO $229

Jacket: Oakley Spotlight Biozone Insulated $210

Hoodie: Oakley Wallflower DWR $75

Pants: Oakley MFR Trapper Biozone Insulated $250

Mitts: Oakley Silver Fir $55

Goggles: Oakley Crowbar with PRIZM Lens $160

Sunglasses: Oakley Drop In $140

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