Photo by Jeff Hawe

Did you re-up your subscription to Transworld Snowboading Magazine this season? Sure hope so. Otherwise you’re gonna have to beat a trail down to your local shred shop and fork over the cash for the November and December issues. There’s a feature in both issues that you don’t want to miss.

In the November issue of Transworld, Jeremy Jones is the featured rider for the ‘Pro Spotlight’ interview. The article by TWS editor Ben Gavelda is quite the entertaining read as it offers insight into Jeremy’s shred bum days, his drive to explore and his approach to climbing lines on foot. Photographer Jeff Hawe illustrates the story with stunning images of Jones in action in Alaska. Jeremy also answers several questions from the winners of Transworld’s ‘Ask Jeremy’ contest. Hundreds of worthy questions were posed to Jeremy in the contest but two rose above the rest. Read the Pro Spotlight interview to find out Jeremy’s reply to these contest winning queries:

Tyler Campbell: There’s got to be times when you’re seriously questioning your decision making. When’s the last time you felt like you were totally f-ked?

Ronnie Carrillo: If you could go back to one single moment of that perfect line, that sums up all that you have worked for in snowboarding, where would it be and why?

In the December issue of Transworld, none other than Jackson Hole loc Alex Yoder is featured in the ‘Check Out’ interview. For an up-and-coming freerider, filling this slot is a big deal and Yoder comes through huge with insightful thoughts matched with a rad pillow droppin’ shot by Jeff Hawe. Congrats Alex!

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5 November 2012
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