Torah Bright’s swapped her Sochi silver medal to try out this winter’s silver shaded salopettes. Aimee Fuller’s already in the pipe testing out the boards that are hitting the stores this coming winter. And Katie Ormerod (the first girl to do a backside double cork 1080) is riding in her Roxy Pandorea jacket, proving that she’s definitely someone who knows how to shred in style. Yes, Roxy are back with their new Roxy 2014/15 Snow collection and their team riders are perfectly at ease to show off their style at altitude.
When the nights draw in and the temperatures plummet, Roxy reminds us of the possibility to ride those frozen waves. Plus, it doesn’t hurt to do it all looking good. As the pros shred in style, the Roxy Snow collection offers muted colours and rainbow patterns, as well as Bright’s own collection. As the edit shows, the collection goes perfectly against the mountain backdrop. With Fuller and co jumping into helicopters to ride the backcountry of the likes of Japan, the thirst for adventure that Roxy encompasses is clear – to find those fresh tracks, strap in to a board and simply shred is what winter is all about. Plus, when there’s a new Roxy collection ready to drop it makes winter just that little bit sweeter #ROXYsnow.
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Shred in Style: Roxy Snow Collection 2014/15
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