Monthly Archives: November 2011
Taking claim as the best long underwear on the planet, the Airblaster Ninja Suit is put to the test by the likes of Travis Parker, Leanne Pelosi, Jesse Grandkoski, and friends all have come out smiling
and some even throwing ninja stars in the video below.
Obviously the Ninja Suit looks extremely awesome, so we asked Clayton, over at Airblaster, a few questions to really find out why the Ninja Suit is the best:
SIFF presents: An Evening with WARREN MILLER, live on stage (the man, in real life)!
SIFF is awarding the Golden Space Needle Award to Warren Miller, followed by a Q&A w/ Neal Thompson and followed by a film screening of one of Warren’s favorite movies: “The Gods Must Be Crazy”
What: SIFF presents: An Evening With Warren Miller
Where: Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA
When: Sunday, November 20, Doors @ 5pm | Show @ 6pm
$85: Save 30% Off Tickets – Promo code: FAN 50% Off Tickets with Promo Code: SKIBUM50
Here is a preview:
At evo, we love it when skiing, snowboarding, art, and music come together. We believe in a blend of function and style in our product. We embrace new technology and believe in old traditions. It doesn’t matter if you ski 100 days a year or two—we care about having fun and expressing yourself on the mountain. Eric Pollard—an evo team member since the beginning—embodies our values. He is an artist, an athlete, a filmmaker, a product designer, and a genuinely nice guy. He inspires people, welcomes them into the sport, and challenges them to push their own boundaries. We believe in Eric Pollard. These are his words.
Here is what he had to say:
Added new clip 11/16/2011:
In the latest installment from NIMBUS INDEPENDENT, En Route Cascadia, they meet up with Andy Mahre, Bryce Phillips and Eric Pollard . The crew heads up the highway to evo’s own backyard, stopping at Crystal Mountain, Alpental, Stevens Pass and White Pass; getting some northwest pow!
Here are some pictures from the trip! Click below:
He’s a photographer, he models (for real), and he’s a Photoshop wizard. He loves fresh spring water, and wearing beanies year round. He’s soft spoken and outgoing all at the same time. He loves skateboarding, rollercoasters, Beaverton Sub Station (seriously, he goes to Oregon for sandwiches, but I have driven to Whistler for a Splitz Burger, so guess we are even), and if you don’t hear him laugh at least a quarter of the day, something is wrong. He’s Ian and this is the stuff he really likes.
Oh… and he likes red, white, and blue… can you tell?
Find out more about Ian and his picks- Click here!
We’re bringing the woods to the concrete jungle. Well not the woods specifically, but wood anyway. The ARBOR COLLECTIVE will be taking over the evo Timesinfinity Gallery with the works of Blaine Fontana and Zach Johnsen for the month of November.
Friday Nov 4th Now open at evo Seattle through November.
Opening Event Recap:
Thank you for those of you who made it out, making it a fun night. I hope everyone had a great time at the gallery opening on Friday. We posted some photos below from the event, but alas, my iPhone does not do it justice.
Make sure you make it down to evo Seattle’s Timesinfinity Gallery to check it out for yourself!
Thanks for everyone who helped out.
Pictures from the Friday night opening!
At evo Seattle, we are having an exclusive in store only sale. It is our BIGGEST Pre-Season WINTER SALE!
It all starts at the store this Friday Nov 4 and continues through Monday Nov 7, 2011
In celebration of evo’s 10 year anniversary, over the next few months, we will bring you true and uncensored stories from real evo employees. The participants are not actors, they are actual
litigants with a case pending in evo employees telling our story to you!
A big thanks to CONTOUR for providing the cameras while we film our stories.
“After ten years of growth through some of the most innovative decisions and challenging times in the action sports industry, Seattle-based Evolución Innovations (evo) has become a rare entity in the retail sector through a successfully backwards business model – first online, then brick-and-mortar, and in the near future, print.”