COMP - If spandex means more powder I am in
Let me tell you something, wearing a spandex skimo slash rando racing suite is a serious commitment!
It's not the occasional heckling that you have to deal with, or having to make a choice on which side you want to swing your balls for next couple of hours (girls are spared this), but it's the commitment to ski even if you don't want to! Usually powder…
As a backcountry skier slash skimo racer, I go to places that seemed too far before and ski more powder than I thought was ever possible.
I have a blurry line between training and adventure. In fact, it's blurry to the point that on some days I am staring down lines that ask for deep self-reflections. Those make me question my morning gear choices. But hell, it's time to ski, not trying to justify a ridiculous one piece suite.
In case you still question my fashion moods and moral motives then know that getting your body spandex-ready is an endless adventure:
Spandex racing isn't the goal but the excuse