Hunting for the most technical terrain parks and the fluffiest backcountry pillows, Dragon’s global snowboard roster consists of an assortment of storied and rising talent. Accented with a grouping of inspiring influence and sunny personalities, our family of snowboarders continues to write their own journeys that pays homage to the sport.
With arguably the best method ever. Jaime started shaping the landscape of snowboarding in the early 90’s and his influence on the sport is seen across the globe. Jaime was proudly Dragon’s first snow athlete and continues to be a part of our global team.
Known for pushing the limits in women’s snowboarding, Leanne dashed onto the scene in the early 2000s – winning contests at the Vans Triple Crown and the Burton U.S. Open. Winning Rookie of the Year in 2004 and Rider of the Year a year later, Leanne has graduated beyond her legacy in the park and has channelled her namesake into pioneering the vast backcountry.
Fellow snowboarders have been trying to match Gigi’s style and creativity for the last decade with no success. Throughout his career Gigi has had several standout film segments that are timeless and shaped snowboarding into what it is today.
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Better known as Guch, he is the godfather of backcountry snowboarding in Jackson Hole. There are not many mountains or lines Guch has not touched on his snowboard. He continues to inspire and influence a wide genre of snowboarders.
Wise beyond his years in the Backcountry, Blake is leading a new generation of snowboarders who are going straight into the backcountry. With his effortless style and wizarding bag of tricks that he brings to snowboarding, its no wonder he has become a fan favorite.
Two-time – X Games Gold Medalist in Men’s Halfpipe. Creator of the Peace Park. Danny is all about bring his own creativity to snowboarding, allowing his riding abilities and style to stand out.
Kings of their home. These riders have stamped their mark and inspire the world around them.
A smile that lights up a room and a snow game that lights up a mountain. During the Australian winter, you’ll find Georgia dominating every feature in the Perisher park and then gallivanting around the globe during the off-season looking to sharpen her game.
Don’t let the cute smile and small stature of Chelsee Kelley fool you, this girl goes BIG and won’t let anyone hold her back. Let Chelsee anywhere near a halfpipe or park and it’ll be all eyes on her as she styles her way through her massive bag of tricks.
Nick Brown has been chasing the unbeaten path since most can remember and never disappoints in the finding the biggest, gnarliest line imaginable. Nick continues to create some of the best content coming out of NZ to this day.
If you’ve ridden any of the best parks in the world, chances are you’ve ridden the work of Charles Beckinsale. Like any true artist, Charles gives his parks a thourough test run and just happens to ride them better than almost anyone!
A style smoother than most in the world and an ability to stomp some of the biggest tricks in the game. Tiarn Collins is the next big thing, mark our words. Watch out for this guy coming to a park near you (if he does, just sit back and watch the show).
With one of the biggest smiles in the business and a bag of tricks that the worlds best would be jelous of, Perishers Josh Vagne has been laying it down since he was a young pup and is still yet to get through his teenage years. Some massive years ahead for this kid as he continues to go large on everything he sets his sights on.