• Mahler Wins Big Air, Turski Wins Slope at Dew Tour; Oakley Skiers Podium in 4 of 5 Events

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    In the very first Final at Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colo., 17-year-old Kai Mahler set the standard by which the rest of his Oakley teammates would be measured. In the inaugural Freeski Big Air event, the high-flying Swissman threw down the gauntlet with a switch double misty double japan grab for a 97.0 and the first Dew Cup win of the five-day event.

  • High Flying Recovery: Byron Wells Spends Summer Getting Stronger and Learning To Fly

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    Posted about 2 years ago by John Ohail

    Byron Wells was forced to spend the summer in New Zealand instead of following the competitive freeskiing circuit around world. What did he do with this forced down time? Learn to fly helicopters…. as you do. Check out this new clip of Byron staging a comeback and picking up a new hobby along the way.

  • WOW: Winter of Wells Documentary Trailer Drops, Jossi and Byron Highlighted

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    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    If you were pumped on the rockin’ “Winter of Wells” webisodes, brace yourself. After two years of wacky fun, the full online documentary about Oakley’s own Jossi Wells and his ski-obsessed family, is finally dropping. Taking fans on an up close and personal view of one of the most intriguing families in action sports, the project – directed by Tim Pierce – is set to dazzle viewers with deep insight and some sick action.

Byron Wells

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Date of Birth:
April 3, 1992
Hometown:
Wanaka, New Zealand
Sponsors:
Oakley, Atomic, DaKine, Pro-Tec, Cardrona Alpine Resort, Icebreaker, Skullcandy, Scott Poles
Hobbies:
Golf, Tennis, Surfing, Playing the Guitar

Career Highlights

    • 2012: 2nd, Dew Tour Superpipe - Breckenridge, CO
    • 2010: 3rd, Aspen Open Superpipe
    • 2009: 3rd, Winter Games New Zealand
    • 2009: 8th, Dew Tour Halfpipe
    • 2008: 5th, New Zealand Open
    • 2008: 7th, World Superpipe Championships