The Triple Threat 3.0 Seattle, WashingtonClear your Friday night on October 12th for this year’s Triple Threat 3.0. Hosted by none other than the center of cutting edge urban lifestyle and sports shop, evo, located in the Fremont district of Seattle. This is the industry event of the northwest this year to ring in the season. You can expect to see, several familiar faces this year from the movies including, Andy Mahre, Sammy Carlson, Chris Benchetler, Zach Davison, Eric Pollard, Peter Olenick, Brandon “Sherpa” Kelly, Erich Kunz, Charley Ager, along with Directors John DeCesare, Tyler Hamlet & Jeff Thomas and extra guests in tow. Buy your raffle tickets and get ready for the swag throw out with product, ski passes, and gear from, Oakley, K2, Salomon, Smith Sport Optics, Powder Magazine, evo, Dakine, Kicker Audio, Giro, Schweitzer Mountain Resort, Obermeyer & More! Pre-sale tickets are available at evo in Fremont for $8.00. You can also buy them at the door the day of the show for $10.00. For all of you who are 21+, head down to the official after party at the Triangle right down the street. Every paid ticket comes with one raffle ticket but you can always purchase more at the door! Poor Boyz loves Seattle and is bringing the love! EVO is located in Fremont at 122 NW 36th Street, Seattle, WA 98103. http://www.evoseattle.com orhttp://www.evogear.comDOORS OPEN AT 7PM. MOVIES AT 8PM, WITH RAFFLE AND SWAG TOSS OUTCost: $8.00 Pre Sale at EVO$10.00 at the Door. Raffle Tickets: 1 for $1.00, 10 for $5.00, and 25 for $10.00The Triple threat on the web: http://www.myspace.com/seattle_triplethreat
We talked to Erica Wright and her father Jerry about her skiing, and why she's such a threat to the comp scene. With an unprecedented arsenal of tricks, it's obvious why her parents will keep her in nearly road the clock training for the next 15 years of her life.
Tom Wallisch has come a long way since winning Superunknown IV back in 2007. The “King of Afterbang” has just kept on innovating in the 12 years since that game-changing video. He sits down, for an extended interview, to talk about everything from how he got started to how skiing has changed throughout his career, with so much in between. The 31-year-old is now a veteran of Newschool skiing and he talks a lot of sense about some of the biggest issues in our sport.