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Samar Khan Aug 10
This ride reminds me of Jake, the trailblazer of 🏂 the founder of . A kind soul who's always there 2 support others & I got lucky enough to enjoy my 1st & last ride with him in . U will always be missed, Full video:
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Mike Majlak Nov 21
a sad day for the sport of snowboarding and extreme sports as a whole. rip to a fucking legend.
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Governor Phil Scott Nov 21
My statement on the passing of Jake Burton Carpenter.
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Liam Griffin Nov 22
Heavy morning at Stowe. Jake might be gone, but his passion for snowboarding will live on in the countless numbers of people who he influenced over the years. There was an incredible outpouring of energy this morning. Grief, sorrow, celebration, friendships... 🏂
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Killington Resort Nov 22
Jake lives on in every turn.
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Sen. Patrick Leahy Nov 21
Yes. He was the soul and patron saint of snowboarding, and a beloved Vermonter whose vision has had worldwide reach.
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Shaun White Feb 29
Honored to be a part of this special moment. Thank you for everything Jake.
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Snowbasin Resort Nov 21
We thank you for pioneering the sport we know and love today! 🏂
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Nuzmann Nov 21
I’ve been an avid snowboarder all my life. Some of my best childhood memories are on the mountain. Jake Burton and the entire Burton brand had a huge influence on that portion of my life. So sad to hear about his passing. This man truly shaped and industry , ride on!
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Megz Reynolds Nov 21
Snowboarding lost a piece of its heart.
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Powder Mountain Nov 21
With a heavy heart, we would like to share our condolences with the Carpenter family over the loss of a dear friend and legend, Jake Burton Carpenter. Jake shared his passion for standing sideways with the world and the locals.
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Champlain College Nov 21
Maverick, visionary, . Champlain mourns the passing of Jake Burton Carpenter, the pioneering founder of . Carpenter inspired us all—including our students and alumni his company hired—to stand sideways. Our hearts go out to the Burton family. 💙
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Tobias Sherman Nov 21
Growing up 🏂 was everything to me. It was my living & my passion into my early 20’s. 20 years later I would meet my idol Jake Burton, he didn’t disappoint. Thank you for all you’ve done Jake. I will cherish the all the moments I was lucky enough to spend with you.
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Mark McMorris Nov 29
IDK where to start... This man did wonders for our world and left a forever lasting impact on those he touched. Thank you for a friendship/culture/sport a man could only dream of.
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Lex Mar 13
Give em’ love 🖕🏻
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Mike Bettes Nov 21
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U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team Nov 21
It’s with great sadness as we all mourn the loss of snowboard pioneer, Jake Burton Carpenter. Thank you for all that you’ve done for our athletes and for shaping the sport of snowboarding into what it is today. Your legacy will live on forever!
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Stratton Mountain Mar 14
Thank you Jake. • A rendition of Jake's sign, being handcrafted locally in Vermont and placed at the top of Suntanner this spring.
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Courtney DiFiore Mar 13
Today’s agenda: Throw on my Burton jacket, get on my Burton board and . 💕
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Travis Denning Nov 21
Snowboarding is one of my biggest loves. Thanks for makin’ the best damn boards out there.
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