I don't know about you guys but i like the older baggy style of skiing. Now only some skiers are still baggy. Steve Stepp still keeps it baggy and looks pretty dope while riding. Tom wallisch in old 4bi9 was pretty baggy. I see the ski industry changing and im wondering what you guys think.
"My surface skis are so durable" Said no one ever
East coast #yolo #Sw@G
Same thing happened to skateboarding, a lot were rocking baggy jeans and shirts in the 90s and early 2000s, and now more are rocking tighter clothing. Snowboarding also. If everyone was baggy and doing presses and trannies I think our sport would be boring. Diversity is a good thing.
team size TTP shirts on top of super L ehoto pullover, with a XXL saga anomie jacket for cold days, Xl Murda mystery pants sagd to mid thigh range unzipped/unbuttoned, and just have a good time, but its cool to see people rocking slims and stuff
The style Tom has now is by far my favorite in all of skiing. It's not excessively baggy, but it's fitted, though not to the point where one could call it "tight". Really cool stuff
Mike Rogge: "Why do you think the best skiers in the world come from the east coast?"
Tom Wallisch: "We've ski'd the worst so the best comes easy."
"On the way down - it's awesome." - CR Johnson
I don't know how to feel about this. I think diversity is good, but I dislike tights in skiing to a maximum. baggy just makes things look better, especially on jumps...
Those halfway-tight pants look awesome on snowboarders and on Jossi, with some longer jackets... but for me it goes more towards B&E shizzle, though not as extreme as Harlaut.
Wallisch just keeps it really clean, yet I did not figure out how exactly (though I'm 99.9% shure it's the skiing that makes the clothes look good ;) ), and I think just regular pant size like Goepper is REALLY boring, nothing extreme like in our sport...
Reading through my post again I must sound like a schizophrenical weirdo lol