When it comes to a snowboarding competition you can never be too safe. Luckily these ladies saw the GNAR movie already and were all trained up on how to increase visibility during last weeks North Face Masters event at Crystal Mountain, WA. I am of course talking about pole whacking. As stated in the movie it is really important for a guy to know how to whack his pole if he lives in a ski town. Well Laura Dewey, Shannan Yates-Cochrane and Casey Lucas are showing all the ladies out there how important it is for the female shredders as well. This photo was sent to me by Laura and was take by Mary Boddington. Nice work ladies!
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