Andrew Burns lofting a cab five. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

Andrew Burns and his snowboard combine, to create this cab five. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

It has been a fantastic El Niño winter for SASS so far. Yep, winter. Cold, dark days and plenty of powder in Argentina right now. It’s the spot to get your board frosty again. SASS is all about building radical kickers, learning snow safety, and it all takes place in the backcountry. So if you find this post intriguing, then keep a look out for more updates coming from SASS soon.—JH

Blue bird day in the Andes. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

Blue bird day in the Andes. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

Brendon Drury grabbing tail and touching sky. PHOTO: Ben GirardiBrendon Drury grabbing tail. PHOTO: Ben Girardi
Zach Schomp doing turns the chutes. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

Zach Schomp shoootin' down the chutes. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

Randall Stacy slashing pow in La Laguna. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

Randall Stacy slaying I mean slashing the mountain. James Haffner is sending it upside down. PHOTOS: Ben Girardi

The next storm rolling in with more snow. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

Another El Niño nimbostratus cloud, keeping the snow coming. PHOTO: Ben Girardi

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