|From||United States of America|
|Birth||6 July 1997, Michigan|
Kyle Allan Mack (born July 6, 1997) is an American snowboarder from Detroit, Michigan who specializes both Slopestyle and Big Air. He is cofounder and partial owner of Bounded Vision with recording artist Jay Vinchi and cinematographer Alec Aretakis. On March 4, 2016 he won the US Open Men's Slopestyle final.
His career began merely at the age of 3 as he would ride down the driveway after every snowfall. At 5 he began regularly riding Alpine Valley; he would never leave regardless of the weather conditions. The dedication put forth caused Burton to notice him at the age of 7 resulting in sponsorship. In 2010, he placed first in the Burton Open Junior Jam which skyrocketed him to new heights.
Come 2011 he was invited to join the US Snowboarding Team; an offer that simply cannot be denied. Over the next several years, endless competitions and traveling of the world followed his massive achievements. He has competed in several countries Open competitions, multiple Dew Tours, and many Grand Prix'. He won a bronze medal in both big air and Slopestyle at the FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships 2015, behind Roope Tonteri and Darcy Sharpe. In 2016, he placed 2nd at the LA stop of the Air & Style tour. On March 4, 2016 he placed first at the US Open in Men's Slopestyle.