Style is everything for the 2016 Vans Hi-Standard Snow Series World Tour

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Style is everything for the 2016 Vans Hi-Standard Snow Series World Tour

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Style is everything for the 2016 Vans Hi-Standard Snow Series World Tour

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Vans is kicking off 2016 with the return of the Vans Hi-Standard Series, an international contest series inviting snowboarders to showcase pure style in a thrilling jam format. Touring across the US, Canada, China, Korea and France, the Vans Hi-Standard Series will feature an original big air format where riders are judged by individual style only, with no rotations over 720 allowed.

Starting on January 16th at Mount St-Louis, Ontario Canada, riders will compete in a unique exhibition of style and creativity. The Hi-Standard Series will award over $60K in cash prizes and challenge riders to push their imaginations with innovative tricks.  The “Van Doren Rail Best Trick” offers cash on the spot for the most inventive maneuvers. Vans will also reward and name an MVP, a Most Improved Rider and a Worst Bail for each stop of the tour. With nothing beyond a 720 allowed, only the most creative competitors will be considered for the billing.

Additionally, Vans will present a House of Vans workshop, inviting spectators and family members to customize their own pair of Vans alongside an artist from each city. Fans and competitors can also expect to see familiar faces from the global Vans Snow team throughout the tour. Now is your chance to stand out—style is everything!

Official dates for the 2016 US Vans Hi-Standard Series

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January 16 – Mount St. Louis, Ontario, Canada

January 23 – Le Relais, Quebec, Canada

January 30 – Phoenix Park, GW, Korea

January 30 – Mellow Parks, Beijing, China

February 6 – Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, United States

February 13 – Mountain Creek, New Jersey, United States

February 20 – Chamrousse, 38, France

February 20 – Norquay, Alberta, Canada

February 27 – Park City, Utah, United States

March 12 – Mt. Seymour, British Columbia, Canada

March 19 – Sierra-at-Tahoe, California, United States

June 20 – Mt. Hood, Oregon, United States

July 15 – Whistler, British Columbia, Canada

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