Whistler was blessed with another Oakley Week as the 4th annual affair brought Prizm-like clarity to a festival-
The inclusive engagement had the masses seeing and believing the power of Oakley Prizm with lens testing stations in the village and at the top of both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Nothing will ruin a day faster than a pair of lousy goggles and Oakley was there to make sure you were sorted. We were lucky enough to test the new persimmon Prizm lens and next year's new Mod 1 helmet. A perfect combo for any variable condition day.
Golden Tickets were hidden all over Whistler. And if you follow @whistlerbalckcomb and @oakleysnowboarding you were given clues as to where they could be found. Those lucky enough follow the breadcrumbs were rewarded with a bag full of Oakley goggles, sunglasses and gear.
The Pro Shoot went down on Blackcomb under sunny skies. The open session made it easy to watch or join the Oakley squad doing their thing. The session including Olympic gold medal winners Jamie Anderson, Seb Toutant and Stale Sandbech, Charles Reid with come ups, Jadyn Chomlack and Finn Finestone.
Maxx Fish is it. Thursday night Oakley kicked off the week in a party that's been raging in the underground for decades. The team ventured into the darkness to be welcomed by fans with a flurry of selfies and shots. the Whistler locals loved seeing their heroes mixing it up with the party people.
Sean Pettit's Snake Run is something every mountain should consider building. This boardercross inspired banked-beast was
The cherry at the top of the week-long celebration was a day of heliboarding that tasted bittersweet for half the crew. One
Oakley killed it as always. Bringing pros and product to the people in a party-boarding atmosphere that celebrated snowboard passion and game-changing technology. Follow @Oakley @OakelySnowboarding and @whistlerblackcomb for more.