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      Piotr "Wojar" Wojarski (Canada)

      Piotr

       

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      Born in Kielce in Poland and living in Whistler BC, Canada.

      Your favorite mountains?

      Whistler! I came here with the idea of staying for one season but this place is just a wonderland for skiers. Average annual snowfall of 12m guarantees many powder days; the resort offers all kinds of skiing from alpine steeps, through vast open areas and pillow lines to mellow tree runs. Backcountry is limitless and the winter lasts from November to the end of May.

      Your home ski area?

      Whistler BC.

      What was your first experience with skis?

      My first ski memory could be my first memory altogether. I remember my father putting skis on my feet when I was very little... They were yellow, plastic and instead of bindings had straps going around regular winter boots, as there were no ski boots for such little feet at the time. I think I was 3 years old and I've skied every year since then.

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      Skiing, mountain biking, traveling, hiking.

      Why Majesty?

      There's a lot of reasons. First of all, the products both perform and look great. I'm proud that a Polish company achieved such a success and is recognized worldwide and I'm happy to represent products from my homeland. I also really like Majesty's approach to business. I observed a lot of ski companies come and go, focusing on marketing and building the hype but forgetting about the quality of the product. Majesty works the other way around focusing first on designing the best equipment possible and growing organically just because people love and recommend the products. Money goes into R&D and you can see that every year Majesty comes up with something new and innovative. You don't have to believe my word on it because it may be biased, but check some independent  reviews on Blister.

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      Four awesome years riding the skis! But I was observing the company growing from the very beginning in 2007 with 2 pairs of skis "Comic" and "Dirty Bear" to a vast selection of 20+ models available today.

      Any cool accomplishments with Majesty so far?

      They enable me to improve in all aspects of skiing, from technical skiing on groomers, through park and ripping pow off piste to exploring the backcountry!

      What are your future plans with Majesty?

      I would like to help popularize it and help grow the brand in Canada...

      Piotr "Wojar" Wojarski (Canada)

       

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      Born in Kielce in Poland and living in Whistler BC, Canada.

      Your favorite mountains?

      Whistler! I came here with the idea of staying for one season but this place is just a wonderland for skiers. Average annual snowfall of 12m guarantees many powder days; the resort offers all kinds of skiing from alpine steeps, through vast open areas and pillow lines to mellow tree runs. Backcountry is limitless and the winter lasts from November to the end of May.

      Your home ski area?

      Whistler BC.

      What was your first experience with skis?

      My first ski memory could be my first memory altogether. I remember my father putting skis on my feet when I was very little... They were yellow, plastic and instead of bindings had straps going around regular winter boots, as there were no ski boots for such little feet at the time. I think I was 3 years old and I've skied every year since then.

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      Skiing, mountain biking, traveling, hiking.

      Why Majesty?

      There's a lot of reasons. First of all, the products both perform and look great. I'm proud that a Polish company achieved such a success and is recognized worldwide and I'm happy to represent products from my homeland. I also really like Majesty's approach to business. I observed a lot of ski companies come and go, focusing on marketing and building the hype but forgetting about the quality of the product. Majesty works the other way around focusing first on designing the best equipment possible and growing organically just because people love and recommend the products. Money goes into R&D and you can see that every year Majesty comes up with something new and innovative. You don't have to believe my word on it because it may be biased, but check some independent  reviews on Blister.

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      Four awesome years riding the skis! But I was observing the company growing from the very beginning in 2007 with 2 pairs of skis "Comic" and "Dirty Bear" to a vast selection of 20+ models available today.

      Any cool accomplishments with Majesty so far?

      They enable me to improve in all aspects of skiing, from technical skiing on groomers, through park and ripping pow off piste to exploring the backcountry!

      What are your future plans with Majesty?

      I would like to help popularize it and help grow the brand in Canada...