For years we have watched professional skiers push the limits of time, space, and powder. What these skiers do is not easy. They do not achieve that level of athleticism, and the eternal glory it brings, by chance. It takes talent and drive to become a professional skier—but more than anything, it takes great hair.
The logical evolution of the event formerly known as the Ski Town Throwdown, the first annual Ski Town Hair Down will give eight professional skiers the chance to prove themselves in the most important competition in skiing. Who will become the first ever Ski Town Hair Down champion? You decide.
AGE: Dirty 30
WHO I HOPE TO BEAT: I know my hair and I know my hair deserves to be on top, and in a few other places.
UPCOMING PROJECTS: POWDER’s film on skiing our national parks, “Monumental” and TGR’s “Tight, Loose.” Last winter my hair and I spent a lot of time skiing and exploring in the La Sal mountains just above Moab for a film project.
HAIR CARE ROUTINE: I cut it before ski season and not again until after ski season, as a rule.
HOW MY HAIR HELPS ME SKI: My hair is with me the whole ski season and that’s more than I can say about alot of people and things and even certain body parts (toe nails, teeth, blood, sweat, and tears).
HAIR LAST WASHED: Rinsed it off after surfing in Cali.
FAVORITE HAIR PRODUCT: My hat.