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Ryan Cochran Siegle


Ryan Cochran Siegle is part of the infamous “Skiing Cochran” clan, and the mountains are what shaped him. With such distinguished skiing heritage, it was inevitable that Ryan would be one of many in his family to find his passion in the mountains on his skis. He is one of the most talented young athletes currently on the US national team, but what supports his true potential is the passion he has for skiing.

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“I started skiing at my family’s ski area when I was two years and started racing at five. When I was 8 years old I skied into and broke through a window at the Cochran’s Ski Area lodge, and luckily I didn’t get hurt (except for one inconvenient cut). Four of my cousins recently started a maple sugaring operation, “Slopeside Syrup”, which is where I spend some of my time while home. I also enjoy mountain biking, soccer, baseball, basketball, football, and almost any other sport.”

A Q&A With Ryan Cochran Siegle

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

The Monocle goggles are one of my favorite frames from the Shred line. The comfortable fit and broad field of vision are exactly what an athlete like me needs. I tend to rely on using the caramel/silver double lens through out the winter. To me the versatility is great in almost any light, as it maintains good definition of the snow and terrain even in flatter light. I also seem to never have any issue with fogging due to the breathable double lens feature.

What's the perfect day of shredding to you?

The perfect day of shredding would be ripping around on endless groomers on a blue bird day, with firm snow, tons of terrain, and no one else around. For me, there is no better feeling than laying a pure turn over, turn after turn, and just skiing absolutely free without boundaries or limits.

Gnarliest or scariest experience riding?

Tearing my ACL, and lateral meniscus at the World Championships two years ago was pretty surreal to me. I didn’t crash, but the overwhelming feeling of the circumstances was awful enough. Being injured is something that I’ve come to terms with and learned from, but I still wish as every day goes by that I had another shot at that moment.