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Rapha on snow! More precisely, Rapha on Bruce Rychlik on top of Burke Mountain after a morning skin up. Was thrilled to see this coveted brand of cycling apparel and lifestyle put to use on snow. Combined with Arc’Teryx – it was a technical and stylish knockout.
PJ Dewey of Racestock Sports wears the Shred Half Brain D-Lux helmet in the very Vermont Slopeside edition. The maple sugaring graphics are by Shawn Rice (of Magic Hat graphic design fame), the artist who created the excellent packaging for the Cochran family’s Slopeside Syrup brand.
It was the edelweiss that lured me in – but this classic Bogner one-piece suit reminded me of the German brand’s history in the Northeast Kingdom. In 1973, Willy and Sonya Bogner moved to Newport, Vermont to open a manufacturing facility for their family’s luxury ski apparel brand. I believe production was maintained for more than a couple decades. Sadly, but not surprisingly, Bogner no longer maintains production in the U.S. (Check out M. Miller of Boston for luxury ski apparel proudly made in the U.S.A.)
Camel’s Hump, Vermont’s third highest peak, seen through a hazy sunset from the top of the Mid-Burke Express.
Bold color in the Jay Peak 180 mini park.
Nice sleeve placement of Burton Riglet Park logo.
MJ in her Kjus Nahla Down Jacket. The trademark contrast zipper around the hood perimeter is brilliant!
Lots of POC color popping against black and the blue sky.
Skiers like classic Burton, too.
Ski season has arrived in the Northeast and Thanksgiving should be a pretty good day on the slopes! I am looking forward to another winter of seeing what apparel and accessories people are wearing and more interestingly – the style element of how they put it together and carry it off. New, original style photos are coming soon. . . until then, here are a few shots from last winter. Enjoy the holiday!
It’s all in the details with these Anon Optics Realm goggles in the “Twin Peaks” color way: suede-wrapped frame with laser engraved art.
Scanned Photo: Transworld Snowboarding, 1997
The Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships kicked off today in Vail, Colorado. After 30 years, the Open has left its Vermont roots, trading Stratton for the larger venue of Vail. I suppose it represents progress for the sport, but am sad to see the event leave the state where it was born and cultivated.
Needless to say, Vermont is steeped in snowboard heritage and has produced more than its fair share of world-class riders. In honor of the state’s role in snowboard history and culture, here is my favorite image of my favorite Vermont rider, Betsy Shaw: many time US Open competitor, World Champion, Olympian, all-around hero.
Unconfirmed brand @ the US Open.
Technical ski/ snowboard pants with denim look. Impressive tromp l’oeil distressing of Burton pants. (As well, the best uniform BY FAR at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.) The Vans collaboration was successful in spot-on replicating Seven jeans fit.
Gretchen Bleiler took 3rd in Women’s Halfpipe with style wearing pieces from her signature Oakley GB Collection.
Burton did a pretty fantastic job with the tie-dye event jackets. Tricia Byrnes does a fantastic job at everything she does, which is a lot, including winning this shindig when she was 17! (I’m coveting her stack of old-school lift tickets from Mt. Baker.)
Hannah Teter happy with 2nd place.