Name: Crystal legoffe


Where’s your home mountain? 

Mt. Sima, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada 


When did you start snowboarding? 

When I was 17/18 


What’s your favourite trick? 

Nose press or switch back 5 


Seasons can be a crazy time. What’s the wildest thing you’ve seen or done?

Gone to bed at 1 am 


If you were snowed in for a week. What three things couldn’t you live with out?

A shovel to get out, snowboard and some friends 


What keeps you sane in between shredding?

When I’m not shredding I make art, enjoy the time to chill and have a job 


Favourite song to snowboard to? 

Gimme shelter - the Rolling Stones 


If you were a pizza topping, what would you be and why?

Pepperoni because I like pepperoni 


If you were to take a lap with any one in the world who would it be and where?

Tomas Whittaker I hear he has a long neck and I’d like to see it.


Injuries are apart of snowboarding unfortunately, what has been your worse slam? 

From what I remember... I caught my heels riding away from a 40 foot jump (so moving pretty fast) did half a backflip to my head, there was a group of people standing on the next jump knuckle who heard my head hit the ground. I broke my helmet and it felt like a stun grenade went off inside my head, I ended up tearing some ligaments in my neck and having a concussion. 


Why do you ride for Yuki?

I really like that yuki is trying to do their part and make the snowboard industry more sustainable while making rad products! 


Any Advice for up and commers getting after it? 

Take your time learning foundations. Skipping steps will only make you frustrated when trying to learn harder things later. Also manage your risks. It’s not cool to do something that’s out of your ability and get broken off, because then you can’t snowboard.. and some injuries last for life.