Ski Articles by Date

February 2011

  • Filming: Seth Morrison Diary From “Ordinary Skier” Site In Chamonix


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    “The Ordiary Skier” is continuing its charge onto majestic landscapes – all for your viewing pleasure. Hear from Seth Morrison himself from onsite in Chamonix – as his film continues on its journey. Words by Seth, all images by Chris Figenshau…

  • Chamonix Freeride Centre: Seth Morrison Rocks In-Store Interview


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    While Seth was out in France to continue ripping for the camera (“The Ordinary Skier”), he dropped in the Chamonix Freeride Center for an Oakley store party. No surprise, but Cameras flagged him down for an interview. Check it…

  • Schlopy Keeps Rolling! New World Champion Tallies Slopestyle Win at Dew Tour Snowbasin, Kaya Turski Takes Women’s Win


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    This kid just keeps on chargin’. Oakley’s young ski shredder Alex Schlopy, the new FIS World Champion and Winter X Gold Medalist, racked up yet another victory with a first place slopestyle finish at the Dew Tour-Snowbasin. The win brought him his first Dew Tour hardware piece – right on his home turf. Meanwhile, Oakley Women’s Star Skier Kaya Turski, fresh off a gold medal of her own at Winter X 15, topped the field for a Dew Tour win of her own.

  • Like A Lion: Ski Star Tanner Hall’s Record Label Drops Music Video


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    We all know him as a freeski legend. But as you know, Tanner Hall is much more than just a one-trick pony. With his own business projects, including a film company, he’s killin’ it in multiple aspects of life. But one of his more interesting ventures: Inspired Records. Peep Inspired’s latest music video, Like a Lion, by Cali P.

  • Rampaging to History: Alex Schlopy Continues to Roll, Triumphs at First-Ever FIS Freestyle World Championship Slopestyle as Del Bosco Grabs Skier X Gold


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Oakley’s young ski ripper Alex Schlopy is kickin’ arse, takin’ names and making history…ever so humbly, that is. The Winter X Games Gold Medalist, fresh off a dazzling Big Air victory as an X rookie less than a week before, charged his way into the record books as the first-ever FIS Freestyle World Championship Slopestyle winner on his home turf in Park City, Utah this past week. As the first Slopestyle event held at the World Championship event, it was hugely important for the International Olympic Committee (IOC), who’s currently considering the event for the 2015 Olympic Games. Obviously no pressure.

  • Inside Winter X: Jacob Wester Takes You Behind-the-Scenes in Aspen


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    What’s it like for a Ski Shredder Like Jacob Wester at such a super hyped up event like Winter X Games 15? Wonder no more. Jacob is taking you into his world…and into an insane week in Aspen. Check it…

  • THC #1: Fresh Tanner Hall Collection Show Drops, Welcomes Hall Back


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Tanner Hall is fully back. After two broken legs, two blown ACL’s, and two years of waiting – he’s ready to drop back into full effect. Get your full dose of Tanner as he charges in Utah early season in some of the best conditions on record – all in the first edition of his new show in the Tanner Hall Collection: THC Show.

  • WOW 19.1: Step Into Jossi and Byron Wells’ World at Winter X Games 15


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Wanna’ know what a pro skier goes through leading up to and during a contest as big and as gnarly as Winter X Games? Today’s your day. Winter of Wells Episode 19.1 dropped – and Byron and Jossi are pulling you through the highs and lows of the big week in Aspen. Check it!

  • New King: Sean Pettit Owns Linecatcher in Vars, France


    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Sean Pettit was barely short of the victory last year. But this year, Oakley’s Canadian Ski Star made sure that the backcountry in Vars was thoroughly slain with a double cliff drop at the top of his run, before hitting one of the ten shaped kickers on the course to spin a technical cork 7 – and finishing with a huge 360 off a natural feature. The result was a resounding victory at the third edition of Red Bull Linecatcher and Sean’s new coronation.