Seattle, WA:Leading action sports retailer, evo, is pleased to announce that Lucas Debari has joined the evo Collective, a multitalented group of individuals who represent evo’s brand and core values. Debari joins Austin Smith, Chris Benchetler, Kimmy Fasani, Eric Pollard, Tim McChesney, Brandon Cocard and other talented individuals as part of the evo Collective.
Lucas writes, “It is rad to link up with evo. From the community events they support here in the Northwest, to being the top retailer around, evo is a consistent and solid contributor to the snowboard community.”
Growing up in Glacier, Washington, at the foot of Mount Baker and only a few hours from evo’s Seattle headquarters, Lucas has been well-recognized in the Northwest snowboard scene for over a decade. In recent years, he has gained international recognition as one of today’s most progressive big mountain snowboarders, earning him a spot on the list of esteemed professional riders who have cut their teeth on the terrain that only Mount Baker offers.
Lucas is spending this season working on a video part with Absinthe Films, taking a break from long, snowboard-mountaineering expeditions, and getting back to his freestyle roots.
Debari is sponsored by Dragon, The North Face and K2 Snowboarding. evo is proud to join that list and couldn’t be more excited to have Lucas as part of the Collective.
Read an interview with Lucas about joining the evo Collective and his snowboarding experiences on evo.com.
Read the full Lucas Debari joins the evo Collective article on Snowboarder Magazine.