BKPRO

BKPRO Camp Checklist

  • 25% non-refundable deposit made to reserve spot at camp
  • Full-payment due (21 days in advance of camp arrival)
  • Liability/Insurance forms completed, signed, and returned with full payment
  • Pre-camp questionnaire due (21 days in advance of camp arrival)

What to bring

On-snow

  • Long johns
  • Warm socks
  • Shell pants
  • Shell jacket
  • Warm underlayers
  • Neck gaiter
  • Hat
  • Goggles with both bright, and low light lenses in good condition
  • Gloves (with extra pair)

Off-snow

  • Shorts
  • Jeans
  • Socks
  • Swimsuit
  • Underwear
  • Shell jacket
  • Sneakers or skate shoes
  • Light hiking boots or shoes

Equipment

Properly tuned and waxed snowboards and skis will be very important. Good base grinds and well-waxed skis and snowboards will allow an athlete to get the most out of camp. Edges should be sharp and smooth for the halfpipe, and should be properly de-tuned for slopestyle. Do yourself a favor and show up with your equipment in good shape.

If training both pipe and jumps, separate equipment is recommended for each. If doing just one discipline, a backup board or skis should be brought to camp. Skiers and snowboarders alike should bring a pair of backup bindings, as well as spare parts that may become necessary.

Helmets are mandatory for all activities. Waxing and tuning facilities and supplies will be available, but a small personal kit is recommended as well.

Download the Camp Checklist (.pdf)

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“When I first started working with Bud was when I realized that I could make snowboarding my profession.”

Kaitlyn Farrington, 2014 Women's Snowboard Halfpipe Olympic Gold Medalist

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