Lori Wright

Photo by Mary Rofhling

Local lady Lori Wright has been one of the biggest advocates and supporters of local women’s snowboarding for years. Her heart for people and community is astounding and it shows in how she lives life and does business. Her and co-owner Lori Ambur run and operate one of Boise’s premier skate and snowboard shops – […]

One Bad Mamma Jamma

All photos by Snow Bunny Magazine

In a world dominated by competitiveness and comparison, it is easy to look at all the ways we as women do not measure up. Women can be notoriously guilty of these two silent dividers and so often, we look at other women as the problem instead of the solution. Does the phrase “I’d rather hang […]

Let’s Make It Equal

Dylan Sifford

Whenever an issue arises, a problem that exists within that issue is how to effectively expose it without sounding victimized. The issue we want to address is the disparity between men and women’s prizes in local freestyle competition. This is no new problem; in fact, it has been something women in action sports have been […]

Chana Wojahn

Chana Wojahn

Local Lady: Chandelle “Chana” Wojahn Age: 18 Board: 134 Burton Nugget Stance: Goofy Years Riding: 3 years riding freestyle, 13 years altogether Sponsors: US Airbag, Newt & Harolds Our first encounter with Chana was a few years ago when she was just a tiny sophomore in high school and started up in a program called […]

Idaho Women’s Snowboard Culture

Local riders at the Queen Of The Mountain Competition

  Let us be honest, our culture loves to encourage us to divide ourselves against each other. Nothing sells more than controversy or competitiveness against one another. Truth be told, how can anything prosper if it is divided against itself? How can women rise up when in a constant battle of comparison? Community is the […]