Grow up in the Tetons and you’re probably going to get real good at skiing real fast. That’s definitely the case with TGR Optics Grom Squad member Wyatt Gentry. Opening day at JHMR is just around the corner, and Wyatt just dropped his season edit from last winter featuring some fat lines both in and out of bounds at Jackson Hole and Targhee. With a runner-up edit from the 2020 TGR Grom Comp, and now this, we’re stoked to see what’s in store for the young ripper this winter!
While it might look easy for Sage to shred a line like this, there's a whole lot of planning and patience that goes into it. | Eric Parker photo. Sage Cattabriga-Alosa has almost certainly spent more hours in the backcountry than you have. As a member of the TGR team for over 20 years now, he’s developed a keen sense for staying out of trouble in the mountains. The Atomic athlete urges patience, learning, and practice for anyone going out of bounds this season and has a few tidbits of
Parkin Costain has been quietly grinding to become one of the best skiers in game. Since his early teens he traveled and competed on the IFSA circuit and was also spending time in the backcountry filming clips with his dad. He submitted the content to TGR's Grom Contest and QuickSilver's Young Guns, which he won. That lead to a spot filming for the yearly TGR movie and he's not looking back. Parkin Costain also talks about his desire to be a two sport athlete with Mountain Biking,
Todd Jones joins the LPP for a rare interview. As one of the cofounders of Teton Gravity Research, Todd has been instrumental in helping shape our sport into what it is today. Todd moved west in 1991, following the lead of his brother Steve. One visit and a huck into Corbet’s Couloir was the deciding factor that changed the course of his life. Todd explains how TGR got its start and describes how, in order to be successful and achieve longevity, they’ve needed to be adaptable to the