Posts Tagged: roxy

Chalet Girl Hits Theaters in February

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It seems like just a few months ago we were talking about a new feature film being shot in the alps with a snowboarder as the main character. Now the much discussed film, Chalet Girl, is about to hit the theaters.


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Roxy Refreshments Kicks Off New Season

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Roxy's latest season of their podcast Roxy Refreshments is about to kick off. We've got their teaser to whet your appetite! The short films will be featuring Torah Bright, Erin Comstock, Kjersti Buaas, Lisa Wiik, Silje Norendal, Aline Bock and more!


Mammoth to Host Roxy Chicken Jam March 25-28

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Mammoth will be hosting the 6th Annual Roxy Chicken Jam from March 25-28. This is the last major stop on the Ticket to Ride Tour for the ladies and will likely determine the winner! Olympic Gold Medalist Torah Bright will be competing, as well as Roxy riders Amber Stackhouse, Lisa Wiik and Kjersti Buaas. There’s also an open-registration Qualifier for amateur riders to try to earn a spot against the pros.

In addition to the pro slopestyle and superpipe competitions with the $50,000 prize purse, there are plenty of activities for attendees.

19-year-old Finn Enni Rukajärvi wins Roxy Chicken Jam

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In a high-class competition, Enni Rukajärvi took victory at the 7th Roxy Chicken Jam 2010 at Saalbach Hinterglemm. At the world’s biggest snowboard event for girls only, the 19-year-old Finn won over double Roxy Chicken Jam champ Cheryl Maas (NED) and Norwegian Kjersti Buaas Oestgaard who took second and third.

Shred-a-Porter: Ombres

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Shred-a-Porter shows you softgoods that let you bring a high fashion look to the slopes. The first trend covered for 2009-2010 is OMBRE.

The ombre trend made its debut for Fall 2007 and its still. Designers like Prada, Herve Leger and Alberta Ferretti have all used ombre in their lines.

This trend, which involves colors that gradually fade into one another, has finally hit the snowboard industry. Here’s a glance at few companies making use of this trend.