Brandon Reis kills it. Check out his welcome edit to Lib Tech’s Storm Factory Outerwear program and witness some mind-bending creativity on the boxes and rails of the Northwest.
Formerly a New Hampshire contest kid, Brandon Reis has quickly climbed the ranks as one of snowboarding’s most progressive, out of the box thinkers, scoring the coveted ender part in Think Thank’s newest project ‘Almanac’.
Lib Tech have snapped him up onto their Storm Factory Outerwear program, and in his welcome edit, Brandon joins fellow Lib and Think Thank homies Ted Borland and Jesse Burtner on a tear across the parks of the Northwest.
With these three in an edit you can be sure to expect mad-scientist-esque park snowboarding, and the trio definitely live up to their reputation, puling through creative lines, unthinkable trick combinations and the kind of snowboarding that straight up makes you smile.
From Lib Tech: Lib Tech Storm Factory Outerwear is proud to announce Brandon Reis to it’s global team. Hailing from the woods of New Hampshire Brandon has gone from contest kid to an all street, all mountain, all world destroyer. His resume includes plenty of podiums and a multitude of banging video parts starting with the famed Eastern Boarder video and now capped off with his recent ender part in the Think Thank Almanac. This welcome edit shows Brandon with fellow Storm Factory rippers Ted Borland and Jesse Burtner along with Mikey Swearingen, Gus Warbington and friends on a quick Northwest park tour from Snoqualmie to Mission Ridge’s Lib Tech 100 Laps Park and on to Idaho’s Bogus Basin. Look for more Brandon in Think Thank’s “Methods of Prediction” coming this summer.