JP Walker has been killing the snowboard scene for well over a decade now with amazing movie parts and super steezy rail riding. Popping onto the map in the mid-90s as a young ripper from Utah, JP was first noticed as someone who could throw down the backside and frontside rodeos with the best of ‘em. Pete Line picked up on this guy’s style and put him on the original Forum squad, and together produced some of the best movies around.

JP returned to the video scene in a huge way with the end section of “THAT,” the new Forum Snowboards team video after taking off the previous year from filming. The result is one of the most technical parts JP has ever thrown down, showcasing that no one progresses faster and has stronger style. Make sure to check out his part where he is rocking his first signature series goggle – the O-Frame JP Walkers.

JP Walker


Date of Birth:
October 16, 1976
Salt Lake City, Utah / Encinitas, CA
Oakley, Stepchild, 32, Nixon, Bear Mountain
Skateboarding, Surfing

Career Highlights

    • 6x Snowboarder Magazine Rider of the Year
    • Onboard Magazine's Jibber of All Time
    • 2010: Guest Edited Snowboarder Magazine's February Issue
    • 2010: TWS Best Freestyle Rider
    • 2009: Filmed 100-percent Switch for "This Video Sucks"