Live Free and Ski founder talks about his nonprofit, and his vision to remove cost barriers for first-time skiers.
While shredding chutes and trees, it can be easy to forget the steep costs of equipment, quality gear, season passes, and even lessons. But Beecher Clifton-Waite, a high school junior, hasn’t forgotten.
Beecher started his organization Live Free and Ski to help local high school students afford the costs of skiing and snowboarding. Now a government-approved nonprofit with a 501(c)(3) status, the organization is booming.
We caught up with Beecher to talk about his passion for skiing, his organization, and the scholarship he's setting up to help low-income families.
The company’s unit tracks vertical drop, speed, pairs with your phone, and attaches seamlessly to any ski goggle.
For skiers that can’t get through a powder day without knowing how fast they went, how much air they got, or how many laps they did, this is for you.
GogglePal, a new augmented reality unit, is a digital heads-up display for your ski goggles. And it’s said to be the first to be universally mountable, meaning it’s removable and works on any pair of goggles.