A few short years ago, not many people in snowboarding had heard of Dusty Henricksen. That changed in a flash when the rookie edged ahead of multi-medal winning veterans to qualify first into the final at the 2020 Laax Open, where he also put down a double frontflip hand drag off the knuckle that went viral on the net. Keeping his momentum, Dusty stomped the first-ever quad cork at a U.S. Open, weeks after claiming his first World Cup win on local turf at Mammoth. It’s safe to say that Dusty Henricksen has officially arrived. Then again, it was all just a matter of time. Raised on a steady diet of snowboarding since age 2, Dusty cut his teeth in Big Bear before making the move to Mammoth Lakes at age 12 and landing a spot on the U.S. Snowboard Rookie Team. He recently took the gold medal at the 2020 Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland, but is already upping the ante in the big leagues. Style. Speed. Progression. Dusty Henricksen is the full package. And did we mention he kills it on a skateboard? Follow Dusty’s wild ride on Instagram and watch closely, because the snowboard world is about to get dusted!