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Behind the Scenes at the World Pro Ski Tour with the SYNC Athlete crew

by Brian Rodine on February 27, 2019

Hang out with SYNC friends and athletes Michael Ankeny, Nolan Kasper, Alex Leever, Garrett Driller, Tucker Marshall, Robby Kelly, Tomas Woolson, and more as racers converge on Beaver Creek in an attempt to win some much needed cash to support independent race efforts. Racers from Redneck Racing, Team America, and Team Drift a.k.a. Slalom Tokyo Drift throw down with $10,000 cash on the line.

You can grab several of the suits and jackets featured here, including the Slalom Tokyo Drift, Redneck Racing, and the Independence!

 

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You can tell Sync has really well designed products. The race suits Sync has is really good quality and fits really well. I have two suits from Sync and a few from other brands but I prefer the Sync stuff over anyone else. It's comfortable and padded in the right places.

Durable, great looking ski pants

My go to ski pants for day to day use when freeskiing. I've had mine for a few seasons and it's held up quite well. The fit is perfect for skiing - not bulky at all, and warm and comfortable even in cold temps. Good for cold days to keep your legs warm.

The best training shorts

Awesome shorts. Just make sure you get the right size: I have a 31" waist but need a large for it to comfortably fit. Go by Sync's recommendation of sticking with the same size as your race suit.

Awesome jacket

I bought this jacket when it was a Kickstarter project. The blue color is really nice and looks unique enough. The jacket is extremely comfortable and it's really lightweight and stretchy. When zipped up, the jacket is very warm and great for cold winter days. The hood is big enough for my XL helmet.

I debate between using this jacket and the Stretch Puffy (also an amazing jacket) and lean towards this one when it's a bit colder.

By far one of the best jackets I've ever purchased. Feels great on you and doesn't feel like it impedes your movements. Great jacket for freeskiing, training, or just for day to day use. It's lightweight, warm and waterproof enough for anything but the heaviest rainy days.