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Icelantic Skis founder Ben Anderson decided to get into the swimwear game and launched a new line of bathing suits called MTN Swim. The line features both men’s and women’s collections with price points starting at $69 for a men’s boardshorts and $89 for a woman’s one piece.

303 Magazine was at the launch in Golden, Colorado and reports Ben Anderson spoke about the core principles that guided the creation of the new line that include durability, versatility, sustainability, USA made and originality. Anderson also noted that most active swimwear brands are concentrated on a coastal clientele and its important to remember that those living in mountain regions need a proper swimming attire. It should also be noted MTN Swim has partnered with Colorado Water Trust and will be donating 5% of all sales to their cause to keep rivers flowing (EXPLORE MTN SWIM HERE).

READ FULL 303 INTERVIEW WITH BEN ANDERSON HERE

 images from icelantic_skis IG & icelanticskis.com

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The first footage o the The Xing Feng Extreme Sports Center wave pool located in Henan Province, China has finally emerged. Construction began in February 2018 and since then progress has been pretty hush hush.  The completion of the $26 million wavepool points towards China’s intention to improve their national surf team leading up to the summer games in Tokyo 2020 where competitive surfing will make its debut:

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Colorado’s snowpack is off the charts for the month of June. As we reported yesterday, the states snowpack is over 700% above average for this time of year. To put that shocking number into perspective, take a look at these two images from Monarch Mountain, CO. The top image is from June 11, 2019. The bottom image is from June 12, 2018.

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3 time Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Shaun White put a pair of neighboring properties in Malibu’s exclusive Point Dume neighborhood on the market and the combined asking price is a cool $27.3 million. The Real Deal reports the homes are next to each other and are being marketed as separate properties. The larger of the two is  2,175 sqft and is listed at $14.5 million. It features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a private patio and two separate family rooms. White purchased the home in 2013 for $9 million and recently rented it out to singer Frank Ocean.

Also on the market is the property’s two-story guest house. Listed for $12.8 million, the 2,160-square-foot home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

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“We had a huge “hard to reach beach clean up” and successfully removed 35 sacks of trash weighing in at 8,000 pounds off the coastline of Maui by Peahi aka Jaws.”

Big up to surfer Kai Lenny for using his many resources to cleanup a rugged section of Maui that required a helicopter for removal. Kai rallied an enthusiastic group to swim into remote beaches collect the trash and supervise hoisting it out. Hopefully his efforts inspire similar actions in your neck of the woods!

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3 time Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Shaun White put a pair of neighboring properties in Malibu’s exclusive Point Dume neighborhood on the market and the combined asking price is a cool $27.3 million. The Real Deal reports the homes are next to each other and are being marketed as separate properties. The larger of the two is  2,175 sqft and is listed at $14.5 million. It features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a private patio and two separate family rooms. White purchased the home in 2013 for $9 million and recently rented it out to singer Frank Ocean.

Also on the market is the property’s two-story guest house. Listed for $12.8 million, the 2,160-square-foot home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

MAIN HOUSE:

TWO STORY GUEST HOUSE:

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“This is our ode to ColoRADo. It’s the people, places, and trails of our home state that bring our bikes to life. No matter the season, the mountains beckon us to seek adventure.”

Was expecting some corny product placement video with a group of mountain bikers staged around a YETI Cooler trying to act natural drinking bevs and casually talking about how righteous the riding is in Colorado but was treated to a sweet little lifestyle edit with only the faintest traces of branding if you look for it. Hats off to YETI for respecting the sport they are aligning themselves with and delivering quality content with a tasteful amount of advertisement. Well done:

ColoRADo - YouTube

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The workers who helped build Coronet Peak’s new Coronet Express Chair were honored Thursday during a test run on of the New Zealand ski resort’s “Most expensive bit of equipment.”

The project was finished in record time at a budget of $20,000,000 NZD ($13,000,000USD).  The six person chairlift has a capacity of 3,000 passengers an hour and was built in a effort continue the resort’s ongoing goal of being safe, being good and being a leader:

Coronet Peak chairlift 'most expensive bit of equipment' - YouTube

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Colorado’s snowpack is off the charts! The snowpack in the Gunnison Basin, CO is currently over 50,000% above average. The state of Colorado snowpack as a whole is currently at 761% above normal. As you can see from todays SNOTEL current snow water equivalent % of normal map, Gunnison is snowpack is so high that they can’t event give it a percentage.

Typically there is zero snow on the ground this time of year so the less than 9″ of snow in the Gunnison Basin is sending the percentages against historic averages into the stratosphere.

The remanent snowpack should be a huge help in quelling the fire season, but all this remaining snow also means that there is a real chance of flooding.

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