Rossignol Athletes Are Killing it in Level 1s After Dark

Posted By: The Ski Channel on September 20, 2011 12:07 pm


DENVER, CO - The lights went out in Denver, CO this past Friday night as Level 1 pushed play on After Dark, their 12th annual feature length ski flick for a packed house at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom.

Crowds lined up early and wrapped around the block for one of the ski community’s biggest and best parties of the Fall season.

Everyone got what they came for!
Rossignol’s park and big-mountain double threat, Parker White, delivered an opening segment that was by all accounts “an ‘eye trip’ and far and away the most well-rounded and all-encompassing part that Level 1 has ever put together!”

P-White’s segment kicked off close to an hour of big-mountain, park and urban jib action spanning the globe from Sun Valley, ID to Japan to Russia, all accompanied by a bangin’ soundtrack and all the other tasty ingredients considered necessary for successful, stoke-inducing ski porn.

Judging by the cheers from the audience, Rossi athlete Chris Logan, whose segment followed on the heels of White’s claim-staking opener, was a massive highlight as well featuring some nice pow-lines and truely progressive park and jib skills!

Chris Logan w/ Ahmet Dadali at the Denver premiere (pictured left) and Parker White (right)

With supporting roles in After Dark, Rossignol’s 11/12 Sickle and Scimitar are assisting Parker and Chris reach the pinnacle of ski stardom whether plundering pillow lines or sending it in the park. Click the links below for more details on these award-winning skis.

“The Sickle is a super stable ski and charges on everything. I ride the 186cm in pow, all-mountain and a bit of park. The rocker makes pow skiing so easy while the sidecut and stiffness makes it a good ski on groomers and hardpack.” – Chris Logan


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