Although Jamie Anderson is one of the most decorated athletes in all of snowboarding and a veteran within the contest circuit, she's only started to earn her chops in the backcountry. The Full Moon crew took Jamie under their wings in an effort to help translate her slopestyle prowess into the wild, untamed zones off piste. She ventured to Alaska this season for her first time where she unleashed on the steep peaks outside of Haines.

"Jamie has continually impressed me over the last decade, and now she is inspiring me along with a whole generation of shredders with her smooth, steely style and the lighthearted energy she brings to all she does," said Hana Beaman of the youngest member of Full Moon.

Jamie's full part from Full Moon showcases Jamie's undeniable style as she charges massive lines in Alaska, and also includes a few jumps from the Nine Queens contest in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Austria.


Toot-a-loo. Photo: Chad Chomlack

Jamie on filming with Full Moon:

I feel so blessed to film with the Full Moon Film crew. I haven't spent a ton of time in the backcountry, but I love to ride natural terrain! I've always looked up to Victoria Jealous for her free-flowing, effortless steez and shredding big lines. I was excited to go AK for the first time and ride some big mountains this past season. 

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