Max Moffatt talks getting an X Games medal, The Beijing olympics experience, SLVSH, Armada and much more
new episode with the young don Max Moffatt
new episode with the young don Max Moffatt
Faction drops, Studio, a new line of no-holds-barred park skis. They gave me a pair and I'm giving them away to you guys.
Jacob and Sofia Wester seem to have made the first, true love story told within a ski film. That's a bold thing to do in the male dominated ski industry. We've come a long way though. You OG New Schoolers know what it is. Check out this great interview.
Isabelle Lacour and Frédéric Ferland on their new film, "Couples Retreat."
Another awesome week is in the books, get in here and see for yourself!
Jonah Williams has stepped down from his partnerships with long-time sponsors Atomic, Dragon, and Obermeyer. I got the chance to chat with Jonah while he was on the road to Utah where we chatted about the ski industry, his humbleness, and the new opportunity to start riding for Rossignol.
New episode with Megan Oldham!
This week’s conversation on The Out of Bounds Pod is with Sander Hadley. And it’s just that, a conversation, not an interview. The pro skier from Pocatello, Idaho joins the show to talk with Adam about a wide variety of topics on and off the slopes. Having grown up wanting to be a park skier, he’s since shifted to free riding and bigger mountains, and even stepping into the backcountry. He’s been filming for over a decade, including segments with MSP, but mostly he’s focusing on doing his own things these days. Sander discusses his partnership with Dynastar and their role as a redheaded stepchild to Rossignol. But they’re still making hard-charging gear under the radar. They know who they are, know what they do well, and don’t feel the need to change things for the sake of change. He and Adam discuss how they are as a company from the athlete’s perspective. They talk about non-disclosure agreements, socials short content for even shorter attention spans, and take a look at different brands’ approaches to marketing. The episode also asks important questions like: Are the Olympics still important? What does authenticity even mean in skiing? Is ski-mo next for Sander? And what he thinks his voice is, as he shifts into sharing his perspective more on the media side of skiing. This interview flows as well as Sander skis and the dude rips. So, listen or watch the full episode, available now!
Rudy Lepine sports a bushy beard, big-rimmed glasses, and a soft-spoken personality. You might remember Rudy from the early SIMPLE edits or his recent web series Sensorial Quartet. Recently, the ON3P team member has been silently filming a 2-year street project in and around his home province of Quebec that’s interestingly named, Psychoactive.
Part 2 with E'dollo
Discussion with E'dollo about his 2022 season
Just be polite and watch
Chris Benchetler stops by the show to talk about his insanely successful pro ski line, the Grateful dead's influence on him, and the art that we all love so much.
Todd Jones, but even more so when I get to talk to the next generation of legends too! Impressive how thoughtful and down-to-earth Kai is given the success that he's seen so early on in his career.
Watch the Magic Hour Trailer on YouTube, NOW.
Simeon stops by the pod to chat me up about all things style, Arsenic Apparel, & of course what his first year being on Line Skis has been like. I also press him about his drink choices, because they are bad.
Maggie Voisin joins us for a special summer episode!
The 3x US Olympian and 7x medalist at the X Games is still only 23 years old! We talk about growing up fast in the ski industry, dealing with professional setbacks and how she copes with a personal tragedy.
The man Jason Arens
Siver Cartel, Saga, First Drop all get a hot tag in this one.
Shout out to the man, Jason Arens, for one of the most enjoyable conversations about some of the minutia skiing I've had in a long time.
Heading up Surfaceskis.com, Joystickskiing.com, & causwell.co as well as judging the biggest freestyle comps in the world is no joke.
This week on the Out of Bounds podcast, our guest is one of the hucking best to ever do it, pro skier, Pep Fujas (@pepujas). While Pep has been shredding it up for decades, our conversation focuses on what he’s up to these days with WNDR Alpine, where he is now the Vice President, Marketing & Product Development. WNDR is an Eco-conscious material and hard-good creator seeking to do better for the environment and churning out some cutting-edge skis in the process.
He and Adam talk about the sustainable microalgae-based materials they use and why. Also discuss what brought him there from K2, and what his day-to-day looks like. They also chat about what success looks like for a new ski brand and what actually sells skis? How do you convert a customer from hearing the message to swiping the credit card?
Discussion with skier, FIS judge and Surface skis / Joystick poles marketing director, Jason Arens