• Oakley Snowboarders Star Alongside Snow Park Tech in NatGeo's "Mountain Movers"


    Posted about 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    For the Torstein Horgmos and Mark McMorris’ of the snowboarding world to be able to do what they do, they need to trust the terrain. When they go flying two stories into the sky, they need to know that they have the speed and lift to cover as much as a quarter of a football field on some of these Big Air jumps. That’s the reason you’ve heard Horgmo publicly criticize features after events, calling for more athlete involvement and investment in the right crew to get the job done – and that right crew, according to most snowboarders you talk to, is Snow Park Technologies.

  • Oakley Signs Four-Time Winter X Snowboard Slopestyle Gold Medalist, Jamie Anderson


    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    It’s not every day that you sign an elite-level athlete with Jamie Anderson’s pedigree. A four-time Winter X Games gold medalist and a U.S. Olympic-hopeful, Anderson joined Oakley’s women’s snowboard team just as she was about to embark on her mission to defend her Winter X Games 16 slopestyle gold medal. She succeeded, and now she’s on to her next goal for 2013: qualifying for the top spot on the Women’s U.S. Snowboard Team for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. When you’re the best in the business at what you do, you set your goals high – and you partner with companies that match those only-the-best standards.

  • Oakley Snowboarders Win Nine Medals at Winter X 17; Shaun White Six-Peats in Superpipe


    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    The world’s largest gathering of action sports athletes didn’t disappoint. Once again, as has become tradition at Winter X Games, performance boundaries were broken and the tricktionary was expanded; records were set and new names burst onto the scene. Thick in the historic happenings and memorable moments were our Oakley winter athletes, leading the charge for where their respective sports will be going in the coming years. For the sixth consecutive year it was Shaun White who put the exclamation point on another phenomenal Winter X. A dominating performance in the Superpipe, highlighted by a record 24.1-foot air, resulted in his sixth consecutive Gold Medal in the event and his 23rd X Games medal overall.

Jamie Anderson



Date of Birth:
September 13, 1990
South Lake Tahoe, CA
Billabong, Monster Energy, Oakley, GoPro, Widsix, Sierra-at-Tahoe
Yoga, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Longboarding and SUP

Career Highlights

    • 9x Winter X Games Slopestyle Medalist
    • 2014: Won ESPYS for Best Female U.S. Olympian & Best Female Action Sports Athlete
    • 2014: World Snowboard Tour Slopestyle Champion
    • 2014: 1st, Burton US Open Slopestyle – Vail, CO
    • 2014: Gold Medal, Sochi Winter Olympics Slopestyle
    • 2013: 1st, Dew Tour Slopestyle – Breckenridge, Colo.
    • 2013: "No. 2 Rider of the Year," Snowboarder Magazine Reader's Poll
    • 2012: 1st, Roxy Snow Pro Slopestyle – Saalbach/Hinterglemm, AUT
    • 2012: 1st, Burton Canadian Open Slopestyle – Calgary, CAN
    • 2011: 1st, Burton New Zealand Open – Cardrona, NZL
    • 2011: 2nd, Burton US Open Slopestyle – Stratton Mtn, VT