See what Mikkel Bang and Kazuhiro Kokubo have to say when we surprise them with their cover photos in the first video installment of "Inside The Cover"Read More
Anything that Kazu is behind, we're backing, and his latest project is "Stonp or Die," a full-length feature film spawned by Kokubo and the infamous Seven Samurai clan. This movie is the follow-up to last year's Stonp release, "'S'Trippers & Powder Junkies," and it's sure to not disappoint. Check out Kazu, Teddy Koo, Takaharu Nakai, Kataro Kamimura, and many more of the best snowboarders that The Land of the Rising Sun has to offer.Read More
Takaharu Nakai, Fumiyuki Murakami, Kazuhiro Kokubo, Yuta Kiyohara, Masaomi Harada, Daisuke Murakami and Shuhei Sato are the infamous Japanese crew known in shred circles as the Seven Samurai. This "Backyard Session" video affirms our belief that when it comes to riding pow there is no place better than the North Island of Japan. This is some soulful and fun looking riding. Just be warned that the soundtrack isn't what we would call good.Read More
The Stonp crew of Kazu, Kotaro, Teddy, and Kohei session the shit out of the Breck skate bowls for the camera of Nori Watanabe.Read More
Travis Rice and Red Bull's Supernatural contest was one for the history books. Get the whole story here.Read More
ARMOURDILLO LAUNCHES KAZU KOKUBO SIGNATURE COLLECTION. Kazu’s first collection needed to be a reflection of his origins; we started by developing a logo inspired by Japanese family crest’s just for […]Read More
Park City Mountain Resort announces the addition of Kazu Kokubo to the Park City All Star team. As part of the partnership, Kazu will call Park City Mountain Resort his home mountain and will primarily train in the world renowned Eagle Superpipe, as well as with a Monster Energy branded airbag, in order to perfect his halfpipe run for the upcoming contest season.
“Kazu spent a lot of time training in Park City last winter and decided it is the ideal training ground to continue to push him, and the sport, to the next level,” said Jeremy Cooper, terrain park manager at Park City Mountain Resort. “Kazu has amazing style, which is why he is one of my favorite riders to watch whether he is boosting the pipe or dropping big lines in the backcountry. Straight up: Kazu is sick! He is the perfect addition to the Park City All Star team.”
Since entering the international snowboard scene in 2003, Kazu’s career exploded in 2010 by taking podium at nearly every event he entered including X Games, European Open and the US Open. His solid riding style has also landed him amazing parts in several videos including six Standard films, two Burton movies and three guest appearances in Seven Samurai’s films.
“I’ve snowboarded all over the world and felt most at home at Park City last winter. I’m excited to be able to spend more time in Park City this winter and am really looking forward to being a part of the Park City All Star team,” said Kazu.
Kazu joins the well-rounded Park City All Star team that includes snowboarders Scotty Arnold, Stevie Bell, Aaron Bittner, Torah Bright, Dan Brisse, Erin Comstock, and Sage Kotsenburg & Bode Merril. Park City All Star skiers include Alex Schlopy, Ashley Battersby, Tom Wallisch, Tanner Hall and Joss Christensen.
For this month’s Up For Grabs, SNOWBOARDER is giving you the chance to win the Kazuhiro Kokubo’s full kit. Don't miss out.Read More
Our double-sided September 2011 issue is on the the newsstand. Pick up a copy or download it today to get your fix.Read More
Kazuhiro Kokubo and his Stonp crew recently went on summer vacation to France. See what went down.Read More