From filming 4 film segments to winning X-Games gold, all in one year, Alex Hall just can't be stopped and needs a ski to keep up with him. Built to get creative, the Prodigy 1.0 and Alex Hall are a match made in heaven, whether on the 60ft jumps of Fonna, the streets of Finland or the hand-built jumps of Balme.Shop The Prodigy 1.0
Widely acknowledged as one of the best freestyle skiers in the game, Antti oozes style whether he’s grinding rails in Helsinki or boosting into a Fonna sunset. The Prodigy 2.0’s flex pattern allows Antti to pop and butter with ease, while it’s strong edge hold keeps him locked in carving into take-offs.Shop The Prodigy 2.0
Nobody skis the alps like Sam Anthamatten. A true mountaineering expert and a connoisseur of high-speed steep skiing, Sam turns to the Dictator 4.0 for the solid ride the Dual Titanal layers provide, as well as a 115mm waist for stomping champagne powder landings.Shop The Dictator 4.0
When it comes to park skiing, Kelly is nothing short of a genius. Her mix of ultra-technical tricks and effortless style has led to 99 scores at X Games and countless gold medals. Whether competing in slopestyle or shredding with the other girls in the park, Kelly’s ski of choice is the Prodigy 1.0x.Shop The Prodigy 1.0x
A pioneer of Japanese freeskiing, Taisuke Kusunoki is a master of the mystical forests of Japan. Taisuke’s preference is to use the widest ski on offer, the CT 5.0, perfect for providing maximum float when the going gets deep.Shop The CT 5.0
Duncan is the backcountry king with a keen eye for natural takeoffs. Whether he’s touring pillow lines in BC or tricking cliffs in his home mountains of Montana, Duncan picks the Prodigy 4.0 with its versatile waist width and progressive flex as his every day, one-ski quiver.Shop The Prodigy 4.0
8 hour days skinning and hiking backcountry booters is no easy task. That’s why Tim turns to the CT 4.0, with its lightweight balsa/flax core, as his pow ski of choice. With 118mm of ski under his feet, Tim floats, drifts and sails through the fluffy stuff while also stomping deep landings with ease.Shop The CT 4.0
The freestyle prodigy of French freeskiing, Ben Buratti is at home all over the mountain. You can find him buttering rollers, charging down the bumps and going bigger than anyone else on his home jumps of La Clusaz.Shop The CT 2.0
Sarah is known for her big bag of technical, styly tricks as well as a don’t-hold-back attitude. Wherever you find Sarah, whether she’s throwing switch dubs to the moon or cruising through the rail line with ease, you’ll be sure to spot a pair of Prodigy 1.0x on her feet.Shop The Prodigy 1.0x
Whether he’s crushing lines at home at Alta or in Verbier on the Freeride World Tour, Andrew skis fast, hard and always looks for playful features to air. The Dictator 4.0 allows Andrew express his passion for all things steep and deep.Shop The Dictator 4.0
Adventuring to undiscovered peaks together, plotting midnight-raids on inner-city handrails, lapping your home run until that last ray of sunshine disappears behind a distant ridge... Skiing is Collective.
Some call it a tribe mentality, others call it a shared sense of purpose. This film is our definition, written by a diverse team, each with their own ideas, their own forms of expression.
“The Collective” is more than a sum of its parts. No matter who you are or where you come from – it feels good to be part of something special.
Our first film, This Is Home, was screened at over 300 events around the globe and this time we're aiming for bigger and better. The world tour is an essential part of The Collective - bringing together communities of skiers from all around the world to share the joys of skiing and get pumped for the upcoming winter. Find a screening near you below, or contact us to host your own!
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