Marijuana and Snowboarding: A 4/20 Duo

Written by on 23 April, 2020

There’s no doubt that smoking a good joint and snowboarding is a fun and adrenaline-filled experience, but how does it feel to slide on the snow?

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Smoking a little weed in the gondola while climbing the mountain or enjoying a few puffs after a day of fun on the slopes, there has always been a magical connection between smoking weed and snowboarding. Some people think marijuana is involved in the invention of the sport since lovers of both cannabis and snowboarding are always creative people.

Those who enjoy sports and the popular Mary Jane may remember a famous incident involving cannabis and snowboarding: Olympic snowboarder Ross Rebagliati made headlines for testing positive for cannabis use after winning gold at the 1998 Nagano Olympics. He was stripped of his title, but the Olympic Committee eventually returned the medal to him. Rebagliati said he hadn’t smoked pot in almost a year, and that THC must have gotten into his system as a passive smoker. But that didn’t convince the IOC to reconsider its decision; it turns out that THC wasn’t even on the list of banned substances, so he was lucky.

Now, in addition to being a recognized snowboarder in Canada and around the world, he promotes his “Legacy” brand dedicated to the cannabis lifestyle, selling cannabis skin products, growing kits, and Ross Rebagliati brand snowboards.


How does the 4/20 Duo work?

Many snowboarding veterans will confirm, marijuana was a common element of this culture, for many years now, it is still strong. It was so common to make submarines in the cable car (gondola) that it was sometimes nicknamed “ganjadola.

Some snowboarders say that cannabis also allows them to control their boards better. Because marijuana enhances creativity and confidence, it could benefit what professionals call “an unrestricted experience” on the slopes. Novice snowboarders often have difficulty because it is a sport that requires practice. After all, it’s not easy to go down a mountain with your feet attached to a board.

Snowboarders who smoke a joint say it helps them establish a stronger connection between mind and body. We could also speculate on certain varieties of cannabis, which are more suitable for this type of activity. Most snowboarders are very fond of sativas.


We recommend you try these rich sativas

The Dance World: Combines a motivating and stimulating smoke with the smoothness derived from the high content of CBD, so that your body can easily go down the slopes, free from muscle pain and spasms.

The Painkiller XL: Its rich CBD profile will relieve your pain and inflammation, and its stimulating and contemplative high will bring you to a state of mind where you can appreciate all the wonders of the snowboarding experience.

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