i was talking to family about skiing and no one knew what steeze meant and it occured to me i didnt know how to define it. the first thing that i wanted to say was "eric pollard" but they wouldnt understnd that either so i was wondering how you guys and girls describe steeze?
i got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell
the concept of steezy comes from the ancient aboriginal word stezaluciousness, which, loosely translated, means making something look easy, and doing it with style. over the centuries, and in an effort to shout out this complement in the middle of battle without having to stop and take a breath to say the word, it simplified to stezlush, then stizzle, and now the most recent adaptation, steezy.
-hendrik (used to be tweaks_rock_me)
CU-Boulder Class of 2010
"Over time, most people experience life involving love, suffering, compassion and an unspeakable drive for something new...For me there's skiing, nothing more nothing less and it encompasses everything, everyday I'm out there."
- Pep Fujas
the way that a skier presents him/herself and their from when performing a manuever
"steeze" is based on what is accepted (or more oftenly not accepted haha) as what is aesthetically pleasing and what is fashionable
I'm surprised more of y'all don't get hit by cars, missin' your surroundings, staring at the stars
Everyone gets way too worried about stuff being played out. If something is popular its not a bad thing, its actually a good thing. See if a word is used by a lot of skiers then clearly its just a part of our vocab. You dont have to replace that word when you think it gets "played"
Really you cant play a word out. Its a word man you just say it. Stop worrying about its meaning, it is whatever you want it to be. I choose to interpret the word as style with ease. Thats it. So I call things "steezy" and I dont know of any other words that have the same meaning.