Transfer - Issue 15 - Preview

5th of May 2014


Clint Allan, Hakuba, Photo by Andrew Fawcett

Transfer Snowboard Magazine | Alex Horvath

We are stoked to announce that Issue #15 hits newsstands today. Packed with the best stories and images, this issue captures the essence of Southern Hemisphere snowboarding with added international flavour, it can't be missed.

Issue #15 includes:

  • Shaun White talks Triple Corks in the pipe, Bad Things and Olympic training, all from the comfort of an East Jindabyne home.
  • Clint Allan, Ryan Tiene and Dustin Craven head to Hakuba in search of two things: pow and Sake.
  • Washington natives Alex Yoder, Forrest Shearer and Colin Wiseman steal a boat and go looking for club vibes in New Zealand's deep south.
  • Jye Kearney, Jake McCarthy and Dan Crean head to Alaska to ride peaks of the steel variety.
  • Scotty James talks about his whirlwind season, including Olympic disappointment.
  • 2014 Gear Guide – a 36 page pull-out packed with product.


Transfer's Alex Horvath sits down for a conversation with Shaun White in Jindabyne Image:: Gabe L'Heureux


Jye Kearney, Jake McCarthy and Dan Crean head to Anchorage while filming for the "There Goes..." project Image:: Jussi Grznar


Clint Allan, Ryan Tiene and Dustin Craven head to Hakuba with Andrew Fawcett on the 'Road to Sake' Image:: Andrew Fawcett

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