I just finished up the last day of practice for the Grand Prix at Copper Mountain, Colorado. It’s so much hanging out with my US Team on the hill and not in the gym. We have been very lucky the last few days with a lot of sun and a lot of fun. This is a shot a took of myself on the chair with my GoPro.
I came across this article discussing equality in women’s sports and my name was mentioned in the article as a house-hold name. Pretty cool! (Read Here!)
Check out this article regarding the selection of the U.S. Slopestyle Ski Team. I am really excited to be on the U.S. Team. I have been living in Utah for over six years and now I finally get to take advantage of the U.S. facilities and coaching. This is going to be a fun next couple of years. I could not be more thrilled.
Oakley gave me the opportunity to help inspire a women’s outerwear pant for the 11/12 Snow Season. Over the years of walking in the snow I have learned the importance of proper fit in the pant. We came up with the Oakley Lines Pant. The features include a slim pant. I like a slim pant around the thigh and bottom because when you are walking around you want to feel like you are wearing a pair of pants. Also, a pant that keep you warm and dry from snow and wet snow.
There are air vents in the inner upper thigh which is easy to open and close when you need the change in heat and air-flow. I believe this pant has everything a skier/snowboarder would need on the mountain. It looks good and it does it’s job to keep you warm and dry in the winter.
Check out different colors and more product features at backcountry.com
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