Endeavor Snowboards welcomes international pro riders Rusty Ockenden and Cam Pierce to the pro team. The two riders, hailing from Canada and USA respectively, join European pro Kareem El Rafie.

Since its inception in 2002, Endeavor has built a reputation of producing high quality snowboards, artist collaborated graphics, and pioneering innovation with the Archetype Snowboard Lab. With the addition of Rusty Ockenden and Cam Pierce to the pro team, Endeavor can boast a solid, exciting, and stylish pro team.

“As a photographer, I’ve had my lens on Rusty for a few years now. He has great style, goes big and stomps his tricks” says Endeavor partner and Transworld Magazine Senior Photographer Scott Serfas. “Cam made a name for himself as one of the best up and coming urban riders as a youngblood on the Forum team. He has one of the best styles in the game and I believe he’s a perfect fit for Endeavor. I’m really looking forward to working with both these guys a lot more on and off the snow.”

Rusty Ockenden will be filming for Absinthe Films this season. Based in Whistler, B.C., Rusty’s experience and expertise is big mountain freestyle although he was recently on the cover of Onboard Magazine launching a huge wall ride. Rusty is currently sponsored by Oakley Goggles and Outerwear, Airhole Facemasks, and Circa Footwear.

Connect with Rusty: Instagram: @rustyockenden

PHOTO: Scott Serfas

Cam Pierce has been stacking footy in his hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah although he hails from North Carolina. Known predominately for his urban skills, as showcased on the recent TransWorld SNOWboarding Magazine cover, Cam is an amazing jumper which will be showcased in his upcoming video parts. Cam is currently sponsored by Electric Goggles and Airhole Facemasks.

Connect with Cam: Instagram: @cam_pierce

PHOTO: Ian Matteson