Stevens makes a moment of art, poking out a melon in the background -- or is it a cultural statement? Either way he placed fifth.
Dylan made the trip up from California to enter the Downtown Throwdown and enjoy a little Seattle time.
You think Chris Grenier qualified to judge the event? If not this guy, no one is.
The regulars of the park provided an interesting contrast of culture.
To The Top
Jason Robinson showed up ready to hike through the wilds of Occidental park. What's up with the Montana kids?
Mervin Manufacturing Fun
Mervin riders came out in force to represent the Northwest brand at their signature event. Powder slayer Andy Bergin-Sperry.
Krush Kulesza (middle) and the Snowboy productions crew. These are the dudes who made this event happen.
Various Northwest pros were here to hang out and sign some autographs for fans. Blair Habenicht decorates his recent cover of Snowboarder mag.
This guy was just a little tuckered out after watching all the action go down.
Stefan Krumm detunes the edges on a fresh board. He took home the Destroyer award with a big bag of assorted technical tricks.
An impromptu skate session on a mini manual pad broke out before the rail jam.
It's possible that the woman in the corner is appalled at the thought of a hot dog made out of snake. She didn't order one.
This lady was on the hunt for cans and valuable recyclables. She could have cared less about the shredding. She was busy just trying to get by.
The setup was small and very well constructed. Carson Schubert cleans the down bar.
Tristan Banks, a park regular, was selling hand-scripted fortunes. His bits of wisdom were out there, but appreciated nonetheless.