Ski Articles by Date

December 2009

  • Oakley Olympic Hopefuls Visit Home of Santa

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Greg Strokes; Photos: Jkpromo Oy

    Oakley took a chilly trip up to the Arctic Circle for a pair of World Cup races in Suomu, Finland over the weekend.

  • Oakley Athletes Set To Compete At The 2010 Winter X Games

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    More than 200 of the greatest winter action sports athletes from around the world, including several of Oakley’s best, will compete for prize money, medals and worldwide fame in skiing, snowboard and snowmobile at the annual Winter X-Games. This event, arranged by ESPN, which often showcases tricks never tried before in competition, will take place in Aspen, Colorado, January 28-31, 2010.

  • Oakley’s Henrik Harlaut and Phil Casabon at WinterJam in Stockholm

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s Henrik Harlaut and Phil Casabon at WinterJam in Stockholm.

  • Oakley's Seth Morrison Interview

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    Posted over 4 years ago by

    Oakley’s legendary skier, Seth Morrison, gets interviewed by Marko Phyhajarvi on homeboyski.com. People talk to radio phones, helicopter pilots start their engines, film crew performs final equipment check.. A big mountain skier looks down the line he is about to ski. Few minutes are needed to focus and prepare, and then he drops in.. Rockered skis dive deep in the fresh powder as the skier charges the huge mountain face in Haines, Alaska. After dozen turns he sees a little jump, turns his course towards it, and sticks a front flip. He continues skiing fluently towards the next jump. It all looks so easy, at least for him. The skier is Seth Morrison, a famous big mountain skier. One of the best.

  • Skiing The Antarctic Peninsula

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Kip Garre

    Unless you have been hiding under a rock where you don’t get any Internet connection you have heard about Ski Cruise 2009 in Antarctica by now, or at least you should have. Doug Stoup’s dream to bring skiers to the last continent happened this November and it was the most amazing trip ever! Seriously! Seven sunny days with SICK terrain, lots of wildlife and an international group of skiers and snowboarders made it an all time get together. Thanks to Doug and Karyn for putting the trip together and making it happen, can’t wait to do it again.