At our Loveland Stop freeride athletes Kyle Smaine, Meredith Drangin, and Tae Wescott joined consumers in trying out the 19/20 Ranger Line. It had snowed a couple of inches that morning so conditions were primed for our team to show skier’s what the Ranger is all about, charging hard and seeking out soft snow. Over 50 folks came by to test skis, and everyone showed back up to our tent with a smile on their face. The day wrapped up with an après party at Loveland’s Rathskeller bar, everyone left with some new Fischer gear including beanies and t-shirts.
Conditions could not have been better for our next Ranger Days stop at Jackson Hole. When we rolled into town a few days before Ranger Days the snow started falling, and it didn’t quit until we left town on Sunday. Fischer team members Lynsey Dyer and Sophia Schwartz joined us for the all day powder buffet, and everyone who demoed skis has one of their best days of the year. 10 inches of fresh snow fell the day before and the sun came out throughout the day to really make for a perfect day for freeriding. An apres party followed at the legendary Jackson Bar “The Mangy Moose” where we gave 2 lucky skiers a new pair of 20I21 Ranger Skis, and had an epic swag toss including shirts, hats, and more.
If you missed out on the first Ranger Days event you are in luck because there is one more stop March 21st at Killington Mountain in Vermont, make sure you stop by to try the new 20I21 Ranger Collection, and enter to win your chance at a new Ford Ranger truck. If you can’t make it in person you can still enter to win at http://rangerdays.freeskier.com