“I hope splitboarding will keep on giving me all it already does. Being close to nature and experiencing the best feelings. That’s what matters to me.” 


Hometown: Nice, France
Currently resides: Grenoble, France
Current sponsors: Rome SDS, Picture Organic Clothing, Vans
Bindings: Surge

Thomas bases himself out of the capital of the Alps in Grenoble, France. He continues to make a name for himself in the snowboard world with his freeride prowess and smooth style. His winters have become busy with the many obligations that come with begin a pro shred, so he wisely works splitboard trips into his plans each winter. For this season, he is returning to the Tordrillo Mountains in Alaska for another glacier camp and splitboard mission. He also has a unique project taking shape in the Balkans where he hopes to ride new backcountry zones and immerse himself in the cultures of Eastern Europe.

Q & A

A camping trip in the Tordrillos mountains of Alaska was such an incredible time. Being dropped in the middle of nowhere is so sick. Then you get to scope everything around camp, shred it, and leave before the next storm is coming.

Watch it in the new Almo film coming out in December 2016, Happy Go Lucky.

Riding more powder, and discovering new cultures. I'm working on a plan to splitboard in Pakistan. I hope I can make that trip a reality.

I met Cody Booth and Zach Clanton during a trip in the Aleutians Islands we made with Rome. Those two guys became my friends so quickly, and we are really on the same way of thinking.

Being out there in the mountains surrounded by high peaks offering their lines to our eyes.
I could stay in front of a mountain imagining all the lines it has to offer for days.

It's the best backcountry gear - simple and efficient. And the crew is rad!