Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Good Morning Eric,
So I got to take my board out with your wax on it and I was graced with 12-14" of fresh powder at Big Bear. There was a transition section that pretty much every snowboarder had to remove their back foot and push themselves across the transition. NOT ME WITH YOUR WAX. I sailed through the transition every single time. I never got stuck in any powder either. I just wanted to say that you have two (GF and I) fans for life and I talked up your product in every lift line. I hope you get some orders from my chats. People also loved the stickers. I take a few photos and send them your way, but I just wanted to once again say thank you.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Monday, February 20, 2012
Sunday, February 19, 2012
The winner of our "who is it ? " contest was Brandon Cacace from Colorado. Nice work buzzard. Sharp eye on knowing the riders style and keen observation of the riders choice GNU board. Ass Industries had a moment in time based out of June Lake. During this time Kyle slapped that ass on his kit. Voila! Kyle's style is timeless.
Oakley and Ass teamed up for the tradeshow in R.I. this past week. If you are a store and would like to become an ass peddler contact your local Oakley representative. Pre-order deadline is the end of this month. Get nassty! Thanks again to all the reps and everybody at Oakley for helping out.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Team Asswipe Chris Carr is running some slippery ass Haul Ass Wax today. Combined with the secret Salomon prototype "Torn Anus". This is a perfect match up for wet fart speed! Using this type of anal propulsion is very danger-ASS! If he falls his ass will literally rip apart. Have you ever fallen at top speed and your two butt cheeks separate? Ass-Rippa!
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Since 1998 check the time brah..
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