Home Mountain: Mt. Hood
Stance: Regular 22 and 3/4 inches front 18°, back °-6
Board: Capita Scott Stevens 155 Pro Model $
Boots: ThirtyTwo Stevens TM2 $
Bindings: Union Stevens Contact Sketchy Tank Collab
Jacket: ThirtyTwo White Blythe Jacket
Pants: ThirtyTwo Woodersons Khaki
Mitts/Gloves: Crab Grab
Goggles: Smith Squad Stevens BLK and pink
Accessories: Tite belts, magical gogo wax, bear Mtn resort, pom Pom lip balm, coal headwear , theory skate shop!
Capita, ThirtyTwo Boots and Outerwear, Etnies, Smith, Union, Coal, Dakine, Magical GoGo, Theory Skateshop, Mica watches, Crab Grab, Bear Mountain
Words: Gerhard Gross
Dos Equis may have the most interesting man in the world, but Scott Stevens’ is likely the most innovative man in the world when it comes to snowboarding. “What the hell did I just watch?” is a standard reaction to seeing one of his parts. Many of his tricks have no commonly accepted names yet.
The strange thing is, his riding makes you feel like you could go out and do it too, simply because a good portion of his spots include stumps, trees, rocks and barriers found in any street. At the same time, his imagination and fluidity while executing the most technical tricks on these spots make his riding something that’s uniquely his own, nearly impossible to copy.
Because of that, and maybe because of his trio of dogs that roll with him, and perhaps because he’s one of most likable people to ever stand sideways, TransWorld SNOWboarding’s audience gave Stevens’ the Men’s Readers’ Choice award for the second year in a row.