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Chris McKeever


Chris has a passion for skiing that is really unique. It doesn’t matter the day, the weather, who is riding, or where he is riding; he just wants to be on his skis. He has an amazingly adventurous soul that manifests itself into his interaction with freeskiing.

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“I live in Frisco Colorado, age 23. Love living in the mountains and doing anything outdoors, although the city life is nice at times too. I love hanging out with friends and family and just enjoying life in general. I also enjoy capturing the moment through photography or videography. Traveling is the best, can’t seem to stay in one place for too long.”

A Q&A With Chris McKeever

What about the products are you most psyched on and how do they help you?

The Stupefy goggle has always provided me with a large range of vision when doing spins on my skis. It helps me stay aware of my surroundings! The Stupefy also never fogs on me in the backcountry, which is really important. I have saved my eyes from the harmful UV rays 300 days out of the year, here in the high country, with the help of the Stupefy goggle and the Stomp Shrastawood sunglasses. The chicks dig the sunglasses too!

What's the perfect day of shredding to you?

The perfect day of shredding would include snowmobiles, deep powder, sunny skies, my best buddies, and a large jump.

Gnarliest or scariest experience riding?

Trying a double backflip on a jump at Vail Pass, I only made it around to my stomach on the second flip. I proceeded to plunge head first through a hard layer in the snow and was stuck upside down, couldn’t breathe. I freaked out, wiggling around for about 15 seconds until I popped out of the hard layer and could finally breathe, but it felt like an eternity.