PATH OF GLORY
LANGE shares the same values of elite athletes around the world. Daily commitment and relentless focus on our goal allow us to deliver the world’s best ski boots. A vision that comes from our ability to repeat the same processes day after day, until we develop the perfect mechanics.
Going Wall-to-Wall at Jackson Hole
Jackson Hole. Set against the jagged, iconic peaks of the Teton Mountain Range, this legendary town instantly conjures images in the minds of skiers around the world. It’s a mountain that intimidates as much as inspires. A land of cowboys and home-town heroes. Dishwashers who ski 150 days a year and iconic athletes that have made their names pushing the limits of the sport. It’s a playground that tests the nerves and skills of anyone who visits. A resort littered with “bucket-list” lines and access to unforgiving backcountry terrain. If you think you’re good; you probably haven’t been to Jackson.
RICHARD PERMIN, A RESURRECTION IN THE LAND OF THE RISING SUN
Heading for Japan and its powder snow to ease himself back into its pleasures having broken both heels two years ago, the freerider was back on the right track, the one which will lead to Alaska at the end of the season. In his luggage was half a century of Lange expertise to put him at his ease so he could be at one with his boots and with his aim to get back to skiing, pleasure and living.
JEAN-FRED CHAPUIS ON HIS WAY FOR A NEW VICTORY
Cameras from all over the world are fixed on the Russian city, capturing the 22nd Winter Olympic Games. It's 2:00pm. The time of the men's skier cross final, one of the youngest and most spectacular Olympic disciplines. The world of skiing meets the world of pugilism. The kingdom of speed and aggression. On the start line, three Frenchmen and one Canadian. Three teammates, one opponent.
BE ONE WITH YOUR GOAL SOPHIE LECHASSEUR AND SKIING TOWARD HER DREAM
With her eyes fixed on the mountains and an ever-present smile, Sophie Lechasseur ran towards her dream of skiing. Every day, every slope; following the snow where it fell to leave only her tracks behind