But today wasn't just about the snowboarding. For all the would-be artists, the best part was the House of Vans Art Workshop with Montreal artist, LeBicar, who was on hand leading a group of creatives on customizing their own pair of Vans. While everyone walked away with their own free custom shoes, it was Luna Napess who took home up the extra prize of the day—the Giant Vans SK8-Hi.
Over the course of its 2017 world tour, the Vans Hi-Standard series hits South Korea, China, France, Switzerland, Argentina, the United States and Canada—and at every stop, registration is free and Vans provides lift tickets and a lunch for all participants, as well as freshly made waffles hot off the irons for spectators and riders alike.
For more info on the Vans Hi-Standard Series, including rules and regulations go to vans.com/histandardseries . The next stop of the Vans Hi-Standard Series is at Carinthia Park, Vermont on Saturday, February 4th, 2016. Online registration is available for 45 of the 90 spots.