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KNOWMAG – FYi x ENDVR

Click on the KNOWMAG ART below and toggle to page 49 to check a short story preview to an ongoing FYi x ENDVR collaboration on board design. Prototype v2.0 is in the works now. Stay tuned for more info. -TR

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Transworld Snowboarding

FYi in Snowstyle

A recent interview in Snowstyle (Japan).

I don’t really remember what I said… and I don’t really know what it says… but I’m sure I said something witty at least once.

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Hypebeast TR interview

A recent discussion with Eugene Kan from Hypebeast.
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Yosuke Aizawa x Tom Routh & Susanna Bergstrom

A recent discussion with Yosuke-san, from White Mountaineering, published in Go Out Magazine in Japan.

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Tom and Susanna Snowboarding Hokkaido in Honeyee.mag

First days riding this year in Hokkaido. TR, Susanna, Hiroshi, Kumi, Detz, Ue and the Japowder Posse.

And this time it’s in both Japanese AND English!
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FYi in Snowboard Canada.

An interview with Susanna Bergstrom on the W’s AK program, featured in the Snowboard Canada annual W’s issue.

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TR in Transworld Snowboarding Japan

FYi with Honeyee.com

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Openers Web Magazine

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Brutus

Meet the Mountain with [ak]

Inside the [ak] line – behind the scenes at FYi

Brutus 633

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Snowboard Canada

“Committed to the Details: Jussi and Tadashi compare notes with the FYi Crew”

Snowboard Canada

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Frequency Issue 5.2

“An original Sims Team rider from back in the day, Tom has seen it and done it. Hailing originally from Bend, OR, Tom followed his inventor-instincts and moved to Montana to design the first functional snowboard pack. From there he took the industry by storm designing for Arc’teryx, Salomon, Burton, along with Apple, Medium and other respected brands. Doing all of this from a cutting-edge design studio deep in the middle of the BC woods. All this and a heli-pad in the dude’s backyard.”

Frequency Issue 5.2 – The Snowboarder’s Journal

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ID Magazine

“After more than 100 years of tweaking and perfecting, today’s designers are pulling the zipper into the 21st century”

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