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      Team — team

      Taylor Sullivan (Canada)

      Taylor Sullivan (Canada)

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      I am from St. Catharines Ontario, but have been calling Lake Louise, and the Canadian Rockies home now.

      Your favorite mountains?

      The Canadian Rockies in general are amazing, but the area’s around Lake Louise, O’hara, and Moraine Lake are some of the most beautiful and inspiring mountains. The center of the universe.

      Your home ski area?

      The Banff National Park backcountry.

      What was your first experience with skis?

      Our school took us to a ski hill when we were in grade 2 and you had to pass a test on the bunny hill before you could go on the real hill… I failed several times before I could join my friends on the chairlift later that afternoon.

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      Rock, ice, or alpine climbing, mountain running, ski mountaineering, and just general mischief in the mountains.

      Why Majesty?

      Skis aren’t supposed to be this light and ski this well. Big pushes in the big mountains, steep and deep, concrete or crud. Pick your poison, they got you.

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      Since 2020

      Any cool accomplishments with Majesty so far?

      These skis have taken me on some of the greatest adventures I’ve ever had, and helped me achieve goals and dreams I wasn’t sure would happen, first descents, long traverses, and just nice unforgettable days with friends and my dog in the mountains.

      What are your future plans with Majesty?

      To help build the brand in western Canada, work on product development, explore more remote mountains, ski steeper and deeper, and just enjoy the process.

      DS

      David Liechty (USA)

      David Liechty (USA)

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      Born and raised in Cleveland Ohio, all 300 Vertical feet of it. Reside comfortably in Denver CO.

      Your favorite mountains?

      They all have their respective positive qualities. For humility the French Alps. For confidence, any hill in Japan. For a day, the Rockies. For an eyebrow raise, Tetons. For perspective, Pir Panjal Range in the Western Himalayas.

      Your home ski area?

      Always enjoy a day at A-Basin

      What was your first experience with skis?

      48 stitches in the back of my thigh!

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      Fly fishing and getting out on the Tenere as well as the mountain bike.

      Why Majesty?

      Build quality, performance and culture.

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      Since 2020

      Any cool accomplishments with Majesty so far?

      Having suffered a few injuries since 2020 my list is short... I'll be ready for 2021 and beyond the list will now grow!

      What are your future plans with Majesty?

      Reinvest in my passions of exploration, with Majesty under my boots! I would love to see the production facility. As a past Ski Company owner and manufacturer this would tie it all together. To see the processes that deliver the most superior build quality in the industry would be exciting. Do a tour in the Tatra Mountains and add that range to my list!

      DS

      Drew Nylen (Canada)

      Drew Nylen (Canada)

       

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      I grew up in Vernon, British Columbia and now live in the Yukon.

      Your favorite mountains?

      The Arctic Cordillera on Baffin Island.

      Your home ski area?

      The White Pass on the Yukon/Alaska border where I'm an avalanche technician.

      What was your first experience with skis?

      Trying to ski the toboggan hill at school.

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      Trail running, fly fishing, rock climbing, photo taking, polar expeditions, bird watching, chess!

      Why Majesty?

      Crud crushin', hard chargin', snow stompin', take-anything-you-throw-at-'em skis that are light enough for the long approach.

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      Since 2019.

      Any cool accomplishments with Majesty so far?

      50+ first descents across the Canadian north!

      What are your future plans with Majesty?

      Ski more unnamed peaks in unknown places...

      DS

      Kyle Lamothe (Canada)

      Kyle Lamothe (Canada)

       

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      I grew up in Northern Ontario, Canada but have been living in Western Canada for 10 years. Currently have routes firmly planted in Revelstoke B.C.

      Your favorite mountains?

      It's almost impossible to pin down a favorite. The Columbia Mountains and the Canadian Rockies in the springtime.

      Your home ski area?

      While I have a season pass for Revelstoke mountain resort you can find me deep in the Monashee Mountains at Sol Mountain Lodge most of the winter where I work as a ski touring guide.

      What was your first experience with skis?

      I have been skiing for as long as I can remember thanks to my parents. I spent my teens competing in Park and Pipe but after taking an avalanche course in 2011 I have mostly been on the skin track ever since.

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      I have been known to cry and question my life choice on the sharp end of a climbing rope.

      Why Majesty?

      Great shaped and incredible quality while planting trees at the same time. Who doesn't love trees and skis?

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      Since 2019/20 ski season.

      Any cool accomplishments with Majesty so far?

      Many great days in the mountains!

      What are your future plans with Majesty?

      As a person who is trying to reduce his carbon footprint, I hope to promote brands such as Majesty who are taking steps in reducing theirs.

      DS

      Martin "Marty" Richard (Canada)

      Martin "Marty" Richard (Canada)

       

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      I live in Yukon, Canada but I grew up in Gatineau, Quebec. You know, where the poutine was invented!

      Favorite mountains?

      I'd say Alaska but I don’t really have a favorite spot. For me, the most important thing for having the best time of your life isn’t where you are but with whom you are.

      What's your home ski area?

      White Pass, BC. It’s a mountain pass through the Boundary Ranges of the Coast Mountains sitting on the Alaska-BC boundary.

      What was your first experience with skis?

      I’m a late bloomer. I played hockey and had no skier friends so when I was a kid and a teenager, skiing wasn't an option for me. Then, 12 years ago, I met a girl who skis. I skied for the first time on a bunny hill when I was 23! It was really easy for me so after one run on the bunny hill I decided that I was ready to hit the big slopes. I knew at that moment that my life would never be the same. I told my girlfriend that from now on, my life would be all about skiing.

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      Skiing, of course! Also mountaineering, hiking, fly fishing, running and hockey.

      Why Majesty?

      Innovative, creative, environmental sustainability, authenticity and passionate about bringing to life the best of the adventurers, with the goal to redefine skiing. Majesty respects my motto: Less ego, more fun!

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      2021/22 will be my second season as a Majesty brand ambassador.

      What are your achievements with Majesty so far?

      Let’s talk again at the end of the season :)

      What are your plans for the coming ski season?

      Inspiring and making people aware that it is when we are in the company of this beautiful Nature that we understand its vulnerability and the importance of preserving its wild state. Every one of us is a part of Nature and we are all connected to her, every action has an effect on each other. Nature is our real home. Also, sharing the passion for the outdoors, inspire people to get out of their comfort zone, and transporting them to a world of extreme bliss and love for life. Skiing is not just a sport. Skiing is a community. Skiing is the people. Less ego, more fun!

      DS