Seb Toutant extends his decade-long relationship with Oakley and is now supporting their Mod 5 snow helmets as well. Seb has a ticket to the Olympics and is ready to ride the O while competing for Canada. Much deserved. The full press release below.


Oakley Canada Announces Continued and Expanded Sponsorship Deal with Olympic Snowboarder Sebastien “Seb Toots” Toutant

Oakley is pleased to announce that Seb Toutant will be continuing his ten-year relationship with Oakley and expanding the sponsorship to include Oakley Helmets. Knowing that he has the top equipment and technology will give this six-time X Games medalist the confidence to continue to push the sport into new dimensions!

The sponsorship represents Oakley’s continued commitment to Canadian Snow athletes and ongoing support of the world’s best athletes. Designed for the extreme rider who wants the most premium equipment available, Seb will be wearing the Oakley Mod 5 snow helmet that combines performance, comfort and compatibility.

A part of the Oakley team since 2007, the Olympian will debut his Oakley helmet at the 2018 X Games in Colorado January 25-28, 2018 where he will be competing. Sebastien then leaves for the 2018 Pyeong Chang Winter Olympics as a member of the Canadian Olympic Snowboard team where he continues as a leader in the sport he dominates.

About Sebastien Toutant

"Seb Toots" is one of the reasons that men's slopestyle has been dominated by Canadians since 2011. The 24-year-old grabbed Slopestyle silver at X Games Aspen 2016 and now owns 5 X Games medals in 9 appearances, including two Slopestyle gold: as an XG rookie in 2011 and at Tignes 2013. A double threat in Big Air and Slopestyle, the French-Canadian won the Innsbruck Air + Style event in 2016 and has several top-3 finishes thus far in the 2016/2017 season, including a win at the Cardrona Games in August and December podiums at the Beijing Air + Style and Winter Dew Tour comps. In mid-February, he claimed a huge slopestyle win at the FIS World Cup in Quebec, beating X Games medalists Mark McMorris and Marcus Kleveland.
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