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Skiershop.com riders Will Hibbs and Tyler Duncan continue to keep showing up in the ski media. Between major contests and edits they have emerged as the top jib riders on the Skiershop.com Team. Here is the latest Main Idea ”Nothing Good” Episode featuring Will and Tyler.
This season Stowe Mountain Resort is holding an East Coast Super Shoot Video Contest, and we have a dog in the race. Skiershop.com and Klint Snow rider, Will Hibbs has a sick video entry and we would love to see him win.
Check out the VIDEO on the contest page and vote for Will!
It has been a busy past few weeks of traveling, snowstorms, and then meltdowns… Through it all the Skiershop Team has been absolutely crushing it and having a blast at the same time. Here’s a quick recap on what has been going down – we at Skiershop couldn’t be prouder of our riders this season!
Our dynamic female duo of Louise Lintilhac and Ashley Maxfield took their skills to the Subaru North American Freeskiing Championships in Snowbird, Utah. Ashley took home 7th place, and unfortunately Weeze took home a black eye. The pictures looked scary, and we are glad that she is ok. Next up is Kirkwood, beginning April 4, 2012.
On the jib side, Tyler Duncan and Will Hibbs recently returned from the Dumont Cup at Sunday River, ME where they both made the semi-finals – yeah boys!
On the local level. Skiershop Riders Noah Ranallo and Colby Vavolotis continued to dominate the Ski The East Freeride Tour. Following the tour’s final stop at Jay Peak, VT, Valvolotis emerged victourous as the tour winner. For Ranallo, the Jay Peak competition marked the second time he won the Cliff Huckstable Big Air Award – Congrats boys!
For a full recap of the event click the photo which will bring you to the Ski The East site or click HERE.
Skiershop Team Riders, Ski Future, and CL Photo teamed up this past Tuesday in Stowe, VT to tee off what some of the riders called the biggest jump they have ever hit. Constructing a kicker near Stowe, the crew threw down a session prior to the expected mid-week warm up (it’s been 60 degrees in valleys the past two days). Here are a few photos from Christopher Lisle Photography – nice work boys! – Erme
The low snow prior to this week in Vermont hasn’t stopped Skiershop Team riders Jeff Neagle, Matt Goodson, and Ian Campbell from hitting the park. Check them out along with others in the latest Hi Kids episode.
Skiershop Team Rider Will Hibbs just dropped an edit in partnership with Klint and Ski Future. Check it out, and in case you missed it, Hibbs made “The Draft” in the February issue of Powder Magazine… Congrats Will! – Erme Catino
Klint is one of the newest freeride ski companies. They have snagged several top freeskiers, and more importantly their skis have been highly reviewed. Take a look at what Skiershop has to offer from Klint…
Krypto: 145-123-142 – 175cm, 182cm, 189cm. This is Tanner Rainville’s go-to ski for slaying pow and backcountry jibbing. It features: slanted ABS sidewalls, potent full birch wood core, sandwich construction, multiple radius design, rocker construction, U.H.M.W. sintered base, and a CAD controlled stone grind. Tanner shreds, and you will too on this ski!
Prime: 128-91-115 (179cm) – 170cm, 179cm, 188cm. The Prime is Klint’s all mountain twin, everything from park to slaying lines, this ski has got you covered. It features: slanted ABS sidewalls, potent full birch wood core, sandwich construction, U.H.M.W. sintered base, and a CAD controlled stone grind.
Pure: 123-90-123 (182cm) – 175cm, 188cm. A park tester favorite from Powder Magazine, the Pure is a true twin with symmetrical sidecut and rocker/camber profile. It features: slanted ABS sidewalls, potent full birch wood core, sandwich construction, rocker construction, U.H.M.W. sintered base, and a CAD controlled stone grind.
Prime Junior: 113-79-105 – 135cm, 145cm, 155cm, 165cm. The groms need legit boards too, and the Prime features the same quality features as the Prime just in smaller sizes.
Still have questions… Give us a shout and we’ll be happy to chat with you about the gear you’re looking for: 1-800-996-8398.