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Trevor Philp


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Trevor's Quiver

“I grew up skiing the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Alberta and BC, getting into the race program at Banff Mount Norquay at an early age.  I played competitive tennis until I was 13, but then skiing seamlessly took over as my dominant sport.  Skiing had so much more pull for me. I completed my 4-year degree at the University of Denver recently, while my skiing continued to progress. I shred because I love it, no matter what else is going on in my life.”

A Q&A With Trevor Philp

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

I love the goggles; they’re amazing for both fashion and function.  I use the Smartefy right now, and love their fit, how they breathe well and don’t fog (when so many other racers’ do), and last but certainly not least their style.  There are so many rad styles to choose from.

What's the perfect day of shredding to you?

It’s bluebird day, with a crisp temperature, after dumping snow all night.  The snow cats were working hard over night though to clear off the injected training hill.  Perfect, would be getting a full training session in the morning on the injection, and following it up with laps of powder in the afternoon.

Gnarliest or scariest experience riding?

On skis, it would likely be summer skiing in 2014 on Zermatt glacier.  There is a gnarly line just off piste from the groomed area, and after a good amount of fresh snow overnight some teammates and I had to try it. I sent it pretty hard, and came into the cliff/crevasse with a lot of speed.  When I landed I got twisted and couldn’t recover it; it was a total yard sale.  I also fractured my tibia plateau, which I tried to ski off by skiing all the way down to the bottom..with no success.

Gnarliest or scariest experience riding?

On my mountain bike, pretty much every ride scares me! I just got into riding over the last few years, but I always ride with friends who have more experience.  So as I’m trying to keep up on the downhill’s and (small) jumps, I never fail to scare myself.

Favorite place to ride?

Free skiing: it has to be western Canada. I’ve had so many amazing days there growing up, skiing in deep and fluffy snow.  To narrow down to one resort is too hard, but that region.

Favorite place to ride?

Training: for me nothing beats the bluebird days and the icy/responsive snow of Colorado, I love racing and training there.