Ski Articles by Date

November 2009

  • King Of Style Video Highlights

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Watch the King of Style and Winter Jam Highlights at the Stockholm Olympic Stadium.

  • Oakley's Henrik Harlaut Won Two Awards At The Transition Winter Awards


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Sweden’s best skiers and snowboarders were gathered last Friday for the first Transition Winter Awards where a total of 16 prizes were given. Oakley’s Henrik Harlaut won two awards, Park Shredder of the Year and Railripper.

  • Exploring Nepal

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Kip Garre

    Dramatic icy glacial peaks merge into steep rocky slabs straight into the Seti river thousands of feet below. The terrain in Western Nepal’s Bahjang district is some of the most rugged terrain I have ever seen. When Jamie Laidlaw and Kris Erickson began researching remote ranges in the Himalaya, the Saipal Himal fit all their requirements: No Liaison officer is needed because there are plenty of peaks that are under 6,500 meters, not many westerners have every been there and it looked like there should be lots of good skiing, perfect!

  • Oakley's Sammy Carlson And Phil Casabon Takes The Podium At The King Of Style


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Under the lights of the Stockholm Olympic Stadium, Oakley’s Phil Casabon placed second and Sammy Carlson continued his streak of good results and placed third. Andreas Håtveit was crowned this year’s Peak Performance King of Style.

  • Oakley Athletes At The King Of Style Big Air In Stockholm

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s Greg Strokes introduces this short video shot at the King of Style Big Air in Stockholm, Sweden. Oakley athletes Simon Dumont, Sammy Carlson, Jacob Wester and Oscar Scherlin are a few of the featured athletes.

  • Oakley's Seth Morrison Featured In "On The Couch"

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    On the Couch continues with an inspirational interview with legendary skier Oakley’s Seth Morrison. In this episode Todd Jones and Seth Morrison sit down to discuss his progression into the sport in part one of this double episode. Check back soon for part two with Seth Morrison.

  • Oakley's Elvis Harsheim Wins The Glacier 3000 Invitational


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    Oakley’s Elvis Eidsvold Harsheim from Norway won the Glacier 3000 Invitational, one of the first freeskier competitions of this winter season. Oakley’s Phil Casabon placed second and Oakley’s Kim Boberg took third. The third edition of the Invitational at Glacier 3000, the only glacier skiing area in the Bernese Oberland, was a successful event for spectators as well. The best freeskiers competed on the Big-Line at the Glacier 3000 Snowpark. 22 riders came from 6 different countries and among them were 11 from Switzerland. The competition gave participants a chance to personally assess their current skill level. They fought hard and demonstrated their wide range of abilities.

  • Oakley Athletes Invited To Compete In The Peak Performance King Of Style


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s Sammy Carlson, Jacob Wester, Oscar Sherlin and Henrik Harlaut are among the invited riders confirmed to participate in the Peak Performance King of Style. This is the grand prix of big air contests and attracts an audience from all over the world. Last year 24 of the world’s best skiers went against each other in front of a crowd that reached 22,000.

  • On The Couch With Oakley's Dana Flahr

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s Dana Flahr is featured in On The Couch. Josh Nielsen and Dana Flahr kick back in part one to discuss Dana’s upbringing in BC, the importance of free skiing, and much more. Stay tuned for On the Couch with Dana Flahr Part 2.

  • Cycle for the Cause Cruises to San Diego


    Posted over 4 years ago by Tess Weaver

    The 24-day, 1,200 mile Pacific Coast “Cycle for a Cause” charity ride finished in San Diego last Monday, raising more the and $10,000 for for fallen and injured individuals in the freeskiing community.