Tom Wallisch’s full part from the 2018-2019 season is live! Enjoy this 6-minute recap of Tom’s season with footage taken from Good Company’s Cruise Control along with Level 1’s Romance.
Words from Tom: “It was such a fun season and stoked to finally compile all my footage into one part! Urban and backcountry together. Love doing a little bit of everything.”
Wallisch beholds pure raw talent on his skis and is well regarded for his smooth yet complex spins and composed style. He has won numerous Gold Medals through the likes of the Dew Tour, X Games, and FIS (International Ski Federation) Championships. In 2010, Wallisch joined the Full Tilt Boots team and was able to create his own pro model boot, the Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Pro. Nowadays, you can find Tom ripping the park with his signature boot, filming with his production company known as ‘Good Company,’ filming projects with The North Face and even announcing events like the X Games.
Whether you’re hot lapping the park, sending the big jump line, or hitting the streets, the Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Pro is equipped to help you stomp your landings and up your game. A-Pro Liner paired with a forgiving 6-flex tongue ensure you have the control you need, without the shin bang. Buckle up you Tom Wallisch pro’s and get after it with confidence.
Full Tilt athletes have been making waves in the podcast world over the course of this year. From the Powell Movement to the Low-Pressure Podcast, to Simon Dumon’t new Ascension podcast, there’s no shortage of professional athletes and ski industry enthusiasts that you can hear from.
Whether you’re looking to learn more about your favorite professional skier or see how some of the biggest players in the ski industry got to where they are today, Podcast’s present an awesome opportunity to get the inside scoop.
Listen in to these Podcasts with Full Tilt Athletes Phil Casabon, Tom Wallisch, Colby Stevenson, and Rob Heule to learn about how they became professional skiers, and who they are behind the scenes.
Phil Casabon doesn’t do many interviews…what he’s known for is style on his skis and there aren’t too many in the world today that make skiing look as good as Phil. While he has two X Games Gold Medals in the Real Snow category and competed, that’s not what Phil is all about. He’s about edit’s that focus creativity and style. On the podcast we talk coming up, Henrik, Wu-Tang, plants, fungus, and a lot of skiing and style. It’s a must listen podcast.
Fresh off of their “Resurrection” edit reboot, the God-Fathers of ski style return. Simon Dumont is launching his new show and bringing the crew along with him. Tom Wallisch slides into the studio with Simon in order to quickly go over the past and look forward to the future of skiing.
Simon sits down with one of the hottest skiers out right now in Colby Stevenson. What does the road to X Games gold look like? If you said that doesn’t include a traumatic brain injury then your missing the story! Lock in for another great interview with Simon
Low-Pressure Podcast: Rob Heule
Rob Heule is a professional skier, part-time Christmas light hanger, clothing designer and manufacturer, river surfer, and all-around good guy. Originally from Fernie, BC and now living just outside of Calgary, Rob made the trip to Whistler to attend a North Face event and stopped by the LPP Studios for a chat!
Follow Henrik Harlaut thru the ups and downs that was January 24th at X Games Aspen 2020. On this day in Henrik’s life you get to go behind the scenes as he makes it into the X Games history books by becoming the most decorated Ski Athlete in X Games History with 12 medals in total.
Keep The LINE Skis is back in action with their Second Season. Follow along as the LINE Skis France Team trains hard, completes challenges on and off of the snow, and has way too much fun along the way.
Flowing in style from the car park to the terrain park // photo: Rachel Bock
“It’s all about flow and doing what feels good.” – Maude Raymond
Montreal, Canada born Maude Raymond grew up surrounded by a culture of outdoor sports and smooth style. Gymnastics, diving and ski racing were building blocks to her love of freeskiing and an integral foundation to fluidity, flow, and style.
Starting her career competing on the world circuit, Maude stepped away from the start house and focused on traveling and filming to showcase her own style and aesthetic. Inspiring women around the world ever since, as an extension of her smooth skiing style, she has formed her own brand, MAAD.
From the products, imagery, and film Maude produces the Soul Sister’s style and function are a perfect extension of herself.
“The Soul Sisters are so comfortable and easy to put on! They help me ski smoothly and the height is perfect to keep my knees at their full strength.”
Freeride Full Tilt athlete Lena Stoffel, based in Innsbruck, Austria took a journey in the frozen lands of Hokkaido, Japan with her warm Soul Sister boots for a start to the season that was too good not to share with the world. Enjoy the teaser
“I spent two months in Japan last winter and wanted to show everybody what Hokkaido means to me, through my eyes. I feel so content and calm in that country. It feels like a second home to me. But this was a big challenge as I am new in the field of filming.”– Lena Stoffel
Winterfox, the first part of her new series “a journey through winter”, offers an immersive perspective of the Japanese island, seen through her eyes – a delicate balance between the raw power of skiing and the poetic beauty of Hokkaido’s wildlife and landscapes.
The short movie was shot and directed by Lena Stoffel herself alongside crew members Aaron Jamieson, Simon Abt, and Bine Zalohar. With a very special soundtrack of Rory J Williams & Lee Ann Curren, this short film is a unique experience.
Check out Full Tilt Skiers Simone Canal and OG Steve Stepp put it down in Andorra for the opening round of the SLVSH Cup Grand Valira. Who do you think will walk away with the W? Steve’s consistent, smooth vibe or Simone’s all-out assault? Check it out!
Both Simone and Steve rock the B&E Pro Model Boot. Learn more about it HERE!
Grigory Fuzeev, the Russian grab master, has dropped his absolutely mental full part. Replete with hefty urban spots, proper tweaks, and an absurd approach to jumping, this edit will have you tracking back, wondering, “wait, what was that?”
Tune, in, check it out, and snag the boots that young Grigory rocks HERE.
If you don’t know the name Grigory Fuzeev, you’ve probably seen his skiing. Grigory made a splash on the scene a couple of years ago with this insane edit, that was used as his “Wanna Be A Night” Entry. it quickly put him on the map as a guy that integrates style, unique rotations, and insane grabs.
With Summer Fast Approaching, Full Tilt Skiers Head Out to Zermatt
With the summer fast approaching across the northern hemisphere, Will Wesson and Rob Heule weren’t quite ready to call it quits on ski season. Like many skiers, the two are constantly on the lookout for new zones to ski and new areas to explore. So they called up their good friend Sami Ortlieb. A Swiss native and creative skier akin to Rob and Will, Sami has developed a relationship with the fine folks that run Snowpark Zermatt. And as winter turned to spring, the boys gathered for the Zermatt Glacier Days Spring Session.
If you’ve been following Full Tilt Skiers over the years, you’ve probably seen the Zermatt Glacier Days edits these three have cooked up over the years. Along with a rotating cast of characters, The Zermatt Glacier Days has developed into a full-fledged video series spanning three years.
Check Out the Third Episode of Last Year's Glacier Days
So with a healthy snowpack and a dedicated park staff, Zermatt wanted to capitalize and showcase their park building prowess. This year, Sami worked with the park staff to organize the Zermatt Spring Session. And with a creative set-up and healthy spring snowpack, Rob and Will were keen to join in on the fun.
When the guys finally arrived in the land of cheese and chocolate, they were welcomed by a massive park at the foot of the Matterhorn. Over the course of three weeks, Rob, Sami, Will, and Russian style master Andrey Anufriev took over the park, creating lines and imparting their signature style.
But it was less of a serious park shoot, and more of an opportunity to cruise and have fun. The In one quick lap where all the guys passed the camera back and forth, we caught a glimpse of what this massive park had in store: Rob blasts a proper nose butter cork 7, Andrey oozes style through the rails, and Will demonstrates his exacting, technical prowess through the rail section.
The Boys go T-2-B through the Zermatt Spring Park
However, like many mountain-speckled region around the world, spring can be a fickle time. Despite the herculean efforts of the park staff, spring squalls were prevalent, blanketing the alpine terrain in a fresh coat of snow. While it slowed the park skiing considerably, it afforded the boys the unique opportunity to shred glacial powder in early May – a surprising, and always welcomed occurrence.
But ultimately, the Zermatt Glacier Days Spring Session was about skiing park; and that’s precisely what the guys did. Between castles of snow carved into quarterpipes, mini-pipe pump tracks, and every rail set-up imaginable, Zermatt opened up one of the best parks in the world in that slack season between winter and summer skiing. The Full Tilt skiers took advantage, and got a taste of what is in store for the rest of the summer.
Check in later this summer for the third season of Zermatt Glacier Days!