Author: Jason Mousseau

Liberty Skis – Spring Vacation 2.0

As the season winds down and the spring days get warmer, skiers from across North America migrate to Whistler, BC. Liberty athlete Max Moffatt flew into Vancouver in hopes of riding a couple weeks of spring park with Teal Harle. The early days of the trip was a constant struggle battling the wet coastal weather. Luckily, the boys scored a couple sunny days before the spring storms rolled in. Huge thanks to Whistler Blackcomb for having us. We hope you enjoy our video....

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Facebook Twitter Google+ EmailLinkEmbedCopy and paste this HTML code into your webpage to embed. What if kids stopped playing outside? Today’s youth are constantly engaged with electronic devices and technological wonders, some that improve their experience on the mountain and some that hinder it. As the line between nature and technology blurs, how can we make sure that our children (and all of us) get the chance to unplug and get outside? Part two of The Big Picture Documentaries, a four-part series exploring big questions: P1: Conflicted Obsessions – Is our thirst for adventure threatening our environment? P2: Tech...

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Life Beyond Walls – Golden Days

Facebook Twitter Google+ EmailLinkEmbedCopy and paste this HTML code into your webpage to embed. Smith athletes Rachael Burks, Amie Engerbretson, and Hadley Hammer joined up with big-mountain guide, women’s-skiing pioneer and longtime Smith ambassador, Jess Baker. Jess, who normally guides out of Jackson Hole and Alaska, had wanted to put a trip together with some of the best women’s skiers in the industry to explore a zone deep in Golden, British Columbia. So in March of 2016, they heli’d into the zone and spent the trip skinning out of their cabin. Days were spent checking the snow pack, chasing...

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Patagonia Continues to Expand it’s Fair Trade Program

More than 40 million people are directly involved in the global textile manufacturing industry and many are living in the poorest parts of the world. It is no secret that working conditions and wages are often inhumane and unacceptable; frequent news headlines and tragedies in factories remind the world about the dangers these workers face. Patagonia’s supply chain alone involves nearly 75 factories and more than 100,000 workers worldwide. As a complement to Patagonia’s own robust factory monitoring program, the company has partnered with Fair Trade USA, an organization that has developed a well-established program for ensuring products are...

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Slapp – An Introduction

Facebook Twitter Google+ EmailLinkEmbedCopy and paste this HTML code into your webpage to embed. Introducing Slapp, a mobile ski community || Get discovered, learn ski tricks, control your feed. In the App Store...

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