The Top 10 Hottest Male Snowboarders of All Time

The world of professional snowboarding has its perks, sure, but if you aspire to be great then you need to put in the work. It’s endless winters, competition stress and injury rehabs. These hot men are not only hot on their boards and hot under pressure, they make us hot under the collar. The hot list in no particular order is…

Sebastien Toutant

  • Nationality: Canadian
  • Born: 9/11/92 (24), Quebec
  • Height: 1.7m (5’7”)
  • Sponsors: Redbull, Oakley

 

Sebastien Toutant
Sebastien Toutant, “Seb Toots” – Credit: shopau.oneill.com
 

At the 2011 Winter X Games, a fresh faced 19yr old ‘Seb Toots’ announced his arrival on the slopestyle scene with a 97 in his elimination round, the highest score ever awarded in the competition. He took gold that year as a rookie and has been a main stay on the podium since, with a slopestyle gold in 2013 and silvers in big air 2011 and slopestyle 2016. In the spring of 2011, he was the third man in history to land the then infamous triple cork, with a backside 1440 at Squaw Valley, Calli (behind Mark McMorris – also on our list of hotties, and Torstein Horgmo – a pretty good looking guy as well).

Stale Sandbech

  • Nationality: Norwegian
  • Born: 3/6/93 (23), Rykkinn.
  • Height: 1.78m (5’10”)
  • Sponsors: Rome SDS, Oakley

 

Stale Sandbech
Stale Sandbech looking HOT! – Credit: facebook.com/stalesandbech

 

In my opinion, Stale is the best looking snowboarder in the WORLD! You’ve got to admit, he’s tall, handsome, has perfect features, but it’s his piercing eyes that set him apart. Sandbech stepped onto the scene as a 13yr old when he was invited to The Arctic Challenge by snowboarding legend and host (and D.I.L.F) Terje Haakonsen. He’s won a silver for Norway at the Vancouver Olympics in 2014 and has picked up his second X Games Slopestyle silver in 2017. He’s pretty handy on a board, but who cares, just look at him.

Chris Grenier

  • Nationality: American
  • Born: 6/12/87 (29), Massachusetts
  • Height: 1.8m (5’11”)
  • Sponsors: Salomon Snowboards, Thirtytwo Boots and Outerwear

 

Chris Grenier
Chris Grenier – deep in contemplation – Credit: facebook.com/chris.grenier1
 

Chris Grenier is an individual, he has a relaxed style that comes through in his riding. His laid back attitude, long locks and easy good looks are just part of his charm. He loves to ride with his crew at Mt Snow and lists his family as his hero’s, awww.

Alex Pullin

  • Nationality: Australian
  • Born: 20 Sep 1987 (29), Mansfield, N.S.W
  • Height: 1.85m (6’1”)
  • Sponsors: Redbull, Mazda, Bolle

 

Alex Pullin
Alex “Chumpy” Pullin.
 

With his rockstar looks, athletic, chiseled physique and crazy fast snowboarding skills, it’s no wonder why Alex “Chumpy” Pullin is a favourite with the ladies here at Snowboard.com. Whether it’s surfing big waves, winning boardercross world championships (2011, 2013) or fronting his reggae band Love Chari, Chumpy makes it look good. With a second place at the 2016 X Games, look for Chumpy to be amongst the leaders in Korea in 2018.

Mark McMorris

  • Nationality: Canadian
  • Born: 9 Dec 1993 (23), Regina
  • Height: 1.8m (5’11)
  • Sponsors: Redbull, Burton, Oakley

 

Mark McMorris
Hot McMorris – Credit: facebook.com/markleemcmorris
 

What can we tell you about Mark that you don’t already know? He’s just HOT, on and off his board! He is one of the most successful athletes in snowboarding history. At the 2012 X Games, at the age of 18, he won double gold and was the first to ever throw down a backside triple cork 1440 in competition. He’s gone on to claim 12 X Games medals, Dew Tour gold, U.S Open titles and a 3rd at the Sochi Olympics (he had a broken rib). With his much publicised run of injuries, we wish we could take him home and nurse him back to health. Unfortunately he’s dating the gorgeous Hawaiian Pro Surfer Coco Ho. Oh well… His brother is pretty cute too.

Mathieu Crépel

  • Nationality: French
  • Born: 26 Oct 1984 (32), Tarbes, France
  • Height: 1.7m (5’7)
  • Sponsors: Quiksilver, GNU Snowboards

 

Mathieu Crépel
Mathieu Crépel – Credit: philtifo.com/#!people

 

The oh-so handsome Mathieu Crépel is a member of French snowboarding royalty. His father was a ski instructor at the Pyreneean resort of La Mongie and Crépel started snowboarding at 6 years old. By 10, he was sponsored by Quiksilver and competing in the invitational Arctic challenge event. A 2 time winner of the multi-discipline (surfing and snowboarding) Quick Cup, Mathieu has also represented his country at the 2006 Turin Olympics and went on to become the World Champion of Halfpipe and Big Air in 2007. He is also a crusader for the planet as an avid supporter of the environmental organisations, The Mountain Riders Association and the Surfrider Foundation.

Shaun White

  • Nationality: American
  • Born: 3 Sep 1986 (30), San Diego, California
  • Height: 1.73m (5’8)
  • Sponsors: Burton, Red Bull, Volcom, Oakley, Target

 

Shaun White
Shaun goes for a dip in N.Z – Credit: facebook.com/ShaunWhite

 

Whether you’re a fan of redheads or not, Shaun “The Flying Tomato” White is not going to miss out on many Top Ten lists of snowboarding. Besides, he lost his infamous red main in 2016 and we’re big fans of his new swept back look, feeling that it highlights his strong, handsome features and shows a more mature, comfortable confidence as he embraces his 30’s. He has conquered every imaginable feat and is a household name synonymous with snowboarding and skateboarding. He has won 23 X Games medals (18 Snow, 5 Skate), 2 Olympic Golds, 10 ESPY awards and 7 U.S open Championships (including 2016 and 2017) to name but a few of his accomplishments in an overwhelming and insane career. And he has shown no signs of slowing down.

Danny Davis

  • Nationality: Merica
  • Born: 22 June 1988 (28), Highland, Michigan
  • Height: 1.75m (5’9)
  • Sponsors: Sony, Burton, Mountain Dew, Dragon, Frends Crew

 

Danny Davis
Mountain Man, Danny Davis – Credit: 500px.com

 

By focusing on fun, friends, and new experiences, Danny has surpassed his role as an agent of superpipe progression to become one of the most influential and celebrated riders of the modern era. Danny’s shaggy mountain man look personifies his powerful personality, funny cool guy demeanor and his laid back attitude towards corporate snowboarding. Danny is a man’s man, and a snowboarder’s snowboarder. Rookie of the year for both Transworld and Snowboarder mag 2006, he reached his competitive goals with wins at the X Games Superpipe in 2014 and 2015, as well as a U.S Olympic team selection in 2014. Danny’s X Games wins showcased his individuality, with hid signature style, massive amplitude and a nod to the simpler, fun days of snowboard competition.
 
Since then, Danny has focused on the return of the sport to its grass roots as a member of the Frends Crew, a group of like minded friends bringing back the style, creativity and fun into snowboarding. Now in its sixth year, Danny is also the creator and host of the Peace Park competition, a one of a kind transition monster, labeled as a skatepark for snowboarding. It’s a celebration of creativity, fun and progression. The definition of Danny’s snowboarding soul.

Sven Thorgren

  • Nationality: Swedish
  • Born: 4 Oct 1994 (22), Sollentuna, Sweden
  • Height: 1.73m (5’8)
  • Sponsors: Oakley, Monster Energy, Nitro, GoPro

 

Sven Thorgen
Sven Thorgren
 

Sven is the baby of this group and a snowboarder on the rise. At 22, he is an old hand at the competition game with a win in the X Games slopestyle in Norway this year and a 3rd place in Aspen in 2015. He has also represented his country at the Olympics in Sochi, coming in at a very respectable 4th in the first ever slopestyle competition. You could be excused to diminish his experience when you look at his beautiful baby faced features and his big blue eyes but this kid can shred. He is at the forefront of progression in the sport and is often laying down brand new tricks in competition, HOT!

Louie Vito

  • Nationality: American
  • Born: 20 March 1998 (29), Columbus, Ohio
  • Height: 1.65m (5’5)
  • Sponsors: Redbull, G-Shock, Spy Optics, Toyota

 

Louie Vito
Louie Vito’s Van Halen JUMP – Credit: Terry Richardson, Red Bull
 

Recently returning to the podium with a Bronze in the Mammoth Mt leg of the 2017 F.I.S Snowboard World Cup, U.S halfpipe Grand Prix. Vito is the darling of the U.S halfpipe scene, winning the Grand Prix event four times from 2008 to 2012. Vito represented the U.S at the Olympics in Vancouver in 2010, the same year he featured in the hit TV reality/game show, Dancing with the Stars. His “skills” are also on show in his full expose for the ESPN Magazine, “Bodies We Want 2011“.

 

So that’s the Top 10 hottest guys in our sport right now. Agree? Disagree? Have your say and Join Our Forum, or leave a comment below. We’d love to hear from you.

 

===>>> And if you’re curious, check out our Top 10 hottest female snowboarders here.

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