Brian Iguchi x Asybol x RCC

bryan iguchi legendary snowboarder and red clouds collective team up to make a leather field day case handmade in america veg tan leather
Photo of Bryan Iguchi by Wade Dunstan

Bryan Iguchi
has immersed himself in the mountains since he turned pro in 1992. During the winter, he spends his days exploring the backcountry of Jackson Hole. His time there has come to define his career as a professional snowboarder, a career that spans over two decades. Born and raised in Southern California, surfing and skateboarding was his earliest influences fueling his progression in park/ pipe riding. After traveling the world and competing in countless contests, he moved to Jackson stepping out of the spotlight to pursue a backcountry vision for snowboarding based around seeking the ability and knowledge to read and ride natural terrain.

This commitment to the mountains started to shape not only his snowboarding but also his art. Using mix mediums, he began capturing familiar landscapes and imagining new ones. For Bryan, his art is an extension of his passion for our natural world. Inspired by vast landscapes, mountain topography; the fluid movement of precipitation, rivers, erosion, and breaking waves.  

Bryan’s work has been featured throughout the snowboarding industry. The lines he lays down can also be found in the Tetons and surrounding mountain ranges of Wyoming.

Bryan lives in Wilson Wyoming with his wife and two sons.

We collaborated with Asymbol and Brian to create a Leather Field Day Art Tool Case embellished with Brain's artwork. 

bryan iguchi legendary snowboarder and red clouds collective team up to make a leather field day case handmade in america veg tan leather

bryan iguchi legendary snowboarder and red clouds collective team up to make a leather field day case handmade in america veg tan leather

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