Ski Articles by Date

October 2011

  • Legs of Steel: Oakley Ski Chargers Star in Killer Webisode

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    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Ski film Nothing Else Matters may have dropped yesterday. But you know you wanna’ see the madness behind it all. Bring in “Legs Of Steel” Webisode 5, where Oakley’s own Bene Mayr, Paddy Graham, Thomas Hlawitschka and Tobi Reindl ski, film and get you pumped for the full feature.

  • Grand Slam: Ski Star Lindsey Vonn Claims Giant Slalom in Austria, Completes Sweep of Five Disciplines


    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Lindsey Vonn has Gold Medals. She has the fame. But she was missing one thing: A Giant Slalom victory. Until this past weekend, that is. Oakley’s Olympic Gold Medalist opened up the World Cup season with a resounding GS victory in Soelden, Austria – etching her name in the record books as only the fifth female skier to win a race in all five Alpine disciplines.

  • Blackout – The Movie: Oakley Riders Drop Into Action-Packed B&E Film


    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The B&E show has been dazzling freeski fanatics this early season…as always. The three episodes released thus far have been nothing short of sick. But now, they’ve clumped the segments altogether – and added more insane footage to make for one killer film: “Blackout: The Movie.” Based on a Hip Hop album from artist Redman and Method Man, the film uses the personas of the MC’s as alter ego’s.

  • Charging the Andes: O Skier Andreas Fransson Scales the Highest Peak in Ecuador


    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Andreas Fransson is at it again. Oakley’s adventurous ski team charger and filmer Bjarne Salen flew into the picturesque South America terrain to charge the Andes in Ecuador: climbing and skiing some of the highest peaks on the continent. In a webisode entitled Adventure Through the Andes. Ecuador – Episode 1 – the two take on Chimborazo – the highest peak in the country.

  • “The Ordinary Skier”: Epic Ski Film Claims ESPN Ski Movie Award, Drops Into iTunes


    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    iTunes users, get pumped. Oakley/1242 Productions’ epic documentary film, The Ordinary Skier is now available for purchase online. Yes, the same flick that just claimed an ESPN Ski Movie Award for Best Ski Biopic That Isn’t Entirely Ego-Centric. (Check the announcement at the following link: ESPN Ski Movie Awards Part 2.