Freeskiing Vail Powder Cycle

A storm dropped over 3 feet of 20/1 ratio snow on SYNC's Vail HQ recently. As skiers, it was an obvious choice to seize the opportunity to test out the performance of stretch and durable waterproof and warm SYNC gear like the Headwall Bib, Shelter Parka, and the Uneva Shell. It was all work, no fun at all. Enjoy this recap of photos and updates from SYNC HQ Team Geof Ochs and Brian Rodine, plus SYNC ambassadors and fellow local business employees Chris Bivona (Ski Town All Stars) and Tim Dyer (Liberty Skis).

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Above: Geof dunking a Headwall Stretch Bib and prototype jacket in the powder tub.

  

  Above: Geof swimming his way through the deep end

 

 Above: Liberty Skis Tim Dyer loves the warmth of the Shelter Parka for in bounds laps.

 

 Above: Chris Bivona of Ski Town All Stars put this little edit together - he skis in the Uneva Shell and Headwall Bib on days like this.

  

 Above: Vail Mountain got in on the action - the Desert Red Shelter Parka and Headwall Bib are a great combo for storm skiing.

 

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Above: On the last day before the sun returned, Brian gave the Uneva Shell and Headwall Bib another good test day on a local backcountry line.

 

If you are out enjoying snow in SYNC gear, wherever you may be, let us know by tagging us on Instagram at @sync_performance 

 Happy shredding!

 

 

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Press releases, company info, and other news from SYNC world headquarters in East Vail, Colorado.

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