Vans welcomed Mary Rand, Cole Navin and Bryan Iguchi to the global Vans snowboarding team.

With his Southern California roots and reputation in snowboarding, Bryan Iguchi has been an inspiration to snowboarders for decades. Often touted as a godfather to the sport,Iguchi has remained passionate and committed to progression and influential style.

“It’s a real honor to be a part of the Vans family,” said Iguchi. “I have so much respect for their heritage and I am inspired by the direction and vision they bring to snowboarding.”

Hailing from Rhode Island, Mary Rand’s fearless riding is a major influence in women’s snowboarding today. Mary’s heavy street parts filmed with the Yawgoons earned her Transworld Snowboarding’s 2015 Women’s Reader’s Choice. Mary isn’t afraid to push the boundaries and her bold style and upbeat personality have helped rise in the ranks to become one of the best rider’s in women’s snowboarding.

Rand said, “It’s a dream come true. I couldn’t be more proud to represent a company that embodies my passionate lifestyle based around riding boards.”

Cole Navin emerged in 2015 when the Massachusetts native appeared inRendered Useless. His innovative and technical riding earned him Transworld Snowboarding Men’s Rookie of the Year title in 2015. Cole’s progressive and signature style continues to dominate the snowboard street scene.