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Antti Autti

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Antti has won pretty much every contest you can imagine from X-games in Aspen to Toyota Big Air in Sapporo, and now he’s bringing his technical riding to the backcountry. Besides that he is always looking to find new terrain to be ridden in new ways, and draw new lines.

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ANTTI'S QUIVER

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“I was born and raised in a little town up in Arctic Circle called Rovaniemi. There wasn’t a lot to do, so I rode at my small local hill all the time. Everyday, I wanted to ride my snowboard like never before. That passion gave me quite a ride from World Championship victories to being the first European to win at X Games and the Olympics and yet this is where the road just began. I wanted to ride better every day and I felt I wasn’t able to be what I wanted if I kept only competing, so I went to the backcountry. I started to explore mountains and to document freeriding. I started to make the kind of films that got me stoked when I was young. Films that were filled with passionate riding set to amazing soundtracks. Still after 15 years, snowboarding is the thing that inspires me every day. I’m grateful that I’ve found my passion and I get to live it. Keep searching for your own passion, and when you do, never let it go.”

A Q&A With Antti Autti

What about the products are you most psyched on and how do they help you?

I like to wear the Slam Cap Helmet with Amazify and Stupefy goggles together. The fit and look match perfectly.

What's the perfect day of shredding to you?

Great sunny day with safe conditions in the mountain bowl that has lot of different natural features to ride.

Gnarliest or scariest experience riding?

Always a scary one when you trigger an avalanche. It doesn´t matter wether it´s big or small. You gotta be on top of your game in those situations.

Favorite place to ride?

I love Japan. Lately I have been exploring a lot in the Scandinavian mountains as well. Last season I found sick place in Sweden that might be the coolest spot I have ever been up north.