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Max Warbington For BMBW

Bent Metal Binding Works is proud to officially announce Max Warbington to the BMBW team! Hailing from the rolling prairie of Tumalo, OR under the shadow of Mt. Bachelor, Max Warbington is an all terrain snowboard phenom coming in to his own. Max was raised on snow and has been shredding hard and attending High Cascade Snowboard Camp since before he could ride the Zipper at the county fair. Long time exposure to all things rad coupled with a stubborn work ethic, smooth style and constant smile have all culminated to make Max the insane all terrain, all trick ruler he is today. Max’s 15/16 season was a world tour with a lifetime’s worth of mayhem, adventure and constant content culminating with decisive victory on the BMBW SOLUTIONS at the Bode Merrill Invitational.

Max Warbington Globally Linked:

Max’s season started in November in the Netherland snow domes and didn’t end until the plane back from New Zealand landed 10 months later. After an early snow in Bend stacking for Think Thank and “United Slopes” it was off to Japan for a month filming with Halldor and Sage for “Dayumm” then back to North America traversing from Bend to Quebec for Think Thank’s “The Weather Outside is Weather” with a stop in at the Loon Project. March started with a quick trip to Russia for “We Went to Russia LOL”, then straight in to hosting his own event at Mt. Bachelor the “Max Warbington’s Quarter Pipe Camp Out” and right in to “Shorts and Shades 9”. Spring turned in to summer and Max was immediately getting clips for “Return to the Microwave Planet” at High Cascade where he took first place by summarily executing the mini pipe at Bode Merril’s Double Quarter Pipe Invitational topping it off with down unda for Jon Stark’s “Lords of Chicken 8”. Whew. That’s a lot and that’s only the half of it. Max is locked and loaded in to his BMBW SOLUTION bindings with a softer flexing LOGIC drive plate and ready to dive back in. No trick or terrain is too gnarly or too lame for Max to add his unique twist!

Bent Metal Binding Works is proud to officially announce Max Warbington to the BMBW team! Hailing from the rolling prairie of Tumalo, OR under the shadow of Mt. Bachelor, Max Warbington is an all terrain snowboard phenom coming in to his own. Max was raised on snow and has been shredding hard and attending High Cascade Snowboard Camp since before he could ride the Zipper at the county fair. Long time exposure to all things rad coupled with a stubborn work ethic, smooth style and constant smile have all culminated to make Max the insane all terrain, all trick ruler he is today. Max’s 15/16 season was a world tour with a lifetime’s worth of mayhem, adventure and constant content culminating with decisive victory on the BMBW SOLUTIONS at the Bode Merrill Invitational.

Max Warbington Globally Linked:

Max’s season started in November in the Netherland snow domes and didn’t end until the plane back from New Zealand landed 10 months later. After an early snow in Bend stacking for Think Thank and “United Slopes” it was off to Japan for a month filming with Halldor and Sage for “Dayumm” then back to North America traversing from Bend to Quebec for Think Thank’s “The Weather Outside is Weather” with a stop in at the Loon Project. March started with a quick trip to Russia for “We Went to Russia LOL”, then straight in to hosting his own event at Mt. Bachelor the “Max Warbington’s Quarter Pipe Camp Out” and right in to “Shorts and Shades 9”. Spring turned in to summer and Max was immediately getting clips for “Return to the Microwave Planet” at High Cascade where he took first place by summarily executing the mini pipe at Bode Merril’s Double Quarter Pipe Invitational topping it off with down unda for Jon Stark’s “Lords of Chicken 8”. Whew. That’s a lot and that’s only the half of it. Max is locked and loaded in to his BMBW SOLUTION bindings with a softer flexing LOGIC drive plate and ready to dive back in. No trick or terrain is too gnarly or too lame for Max to add his unique twist!

Bent Metal Binding Works is proud to officially announce Max Warbington to the BMBW team! Hailing from the rolling prairie of Tumalo, OR under the shadow of Mt. Bachelor, Max Warbington is an all terrain snowboard phenom coming in to his own. Max was raised on snow and has been shredding hard and attending High Cascade Snowboard Camp since before he could ride the Zipper at the county fair. Long time exposure to all things rad coupled with a stubborn work ethic, smooth style and constant smile have all culminated to make Max the insane all terrain, all trick ruler he is today. Max’s 15/16 season was a world tour with a lifetime’s worth of mayhem, adventure and constant content culminating with decisive victory on the BMBW SOLUTIONS at the Bode Merrill Invitational.

Max Warbington Globally Linked:

Max’s season started in November in the Netherland snow domes and didn’t end until the plane back from New Zealand landed 10 months later. After an early snow in Bend stacking for Think Thank and “United Slopes” it was off to Japan for a month filming with Halldor and Sage for “Dayumm” then back to North America traversing from Bend to Quebec for Think Thank’s “The Weather Outside is Weather” with a stop in at the Loon Project. March started with a quick trip to Russia for “We Went to Russia LOL”, then straight in to hosting his own event at Mt. Bachelor the “Max Warbington’s Quarter Pipe Camp Out” and right in to “Shorts and Shades 9”. Spring turned in to summer and Max was immediately getting clips for “Return to the Microwave Planet” at High Cascade where he took first place by summarily executing the mini pipe at Bode Merril’s Double Quarter Pipe Invitational topping it off with down unda for Jon Stark’s “Lords of Chicken 8”. Whew. That’s a lot and that’s only the half of it. Max is locked and loaded in to his BMBW SOLUTION bindings with a softer flexing LOGIC drive plate and ready to dive back in. No trick or terrain is too gnarly or too lame for Max to add his unique twist!

Bent Metal Binding Works is proud to officially announce Max Warbington to the BMBW team! Hailing from the rolling prairie of Tumalo, OR under the shadow of Mt. Bachelor, Max Warbington is an all terrain snowboard phenom coming in to his own. Max was raised on snow and has been shredding hard and attending High Cascade Snowboard Camp since before he could ride the Zipper at the county fair. Long time exposure to all things rad coupled with a stubborn work ethic, smooth style and constant smile have all culminated to make Max the insane all terrain, all trick ruler he is today. Max’s 15/16 season was a world tour with a lifetime’s worth of mayhem, adventure and constant content culminating with decisive victory on the BMBW SOLUTIONS at the Bode Merrill Invitational.

Max Warbington Globally Linked:

Max’s season started in November in the Netherland snow domes and didn’t end until the plane back from New Zealand landed 10 months later. After an early snow in Bend stacking for Think Thank and “United Slopes” it was off to Japan for a month filming with Halldor and Sage for “Dayumm” then back to North America traversing from Bend to Quebec for Think Thank’s “The Weather Outside is Weather” with a stop in at the Loon Project. March started with a quick trip to Russia for “We Went to Russia LOL”, then straight in to hosting his own event at Mt. Bachelor the “Max Warbington’s Quarter Pipe Camp Out” and right in to “Shorts and Shades 9”. Spring turned in to summer and Max was immediately getting clips for “Return to the Microwave Planet” at High Cascade where he took first place by summarily executing the mini pipe at Bode Merril’s Double Quarter Pipe Invitational topping it off with down unda for Jon Stark’s “Lords of Chicken 8”. Whew. That’s a lot and that’s only the half of it. Max is locked and loaded in to his BMBW SOLUTION bindings with a softer flexing LOGIC drive plate and ready to dive back in. No trick or terrain is too gnarly or too lame for Max to add his unique twist!

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