Mountainwatch | Video
This new series from Arbor Snowboards gives the viewer an insight into the lives of the athletes and individuals who helped create the Arbor Brand. This is the second of three episodes that feature team riders Brian Iguchi and Mark Carter, both of whom call Jackson Hole and the Teton Mountains home. In this episode Mark Carter reflects on growing up and working on his family’s cattle ranch, his first time in the Tetons as a 21-year-old and why he never left. Mark and Brian also ride some epic powder in Jackson’s spectacular backcountry.
The concept of “home” is at once cross-cultural and personal, universal and specific. The places, relationships, events, feelings, and memories that constitute “home” for each of us differ, but the concept itself is intrinsically human and globally collective in its understanding. In this new series, we delve deeper into the lives and homes of the individuals that have come together to build the Arbor brand. In our first offering, we visit the Tetons, a land of expansive backcountry, jack-knifed ridge lines, and the homes of Arbor team riders Bryan Iguchi and Mark Carter.