Gear Guide: Stoeckli joins US Ski Team supplier pool

Tina Maze runs her Stoeckli skis in Cortina, Italy. GEPA/Harald Steiner

Tina Maze runs her Stoeckli skis in Cortina, Italy. GEPA/Harald Steiner

Stoeckli Swiss Sports AG has reached a four-year agreement with the United States Ski and Snowboard Association as an Official Supplier to the U.S. Ski Team.

Michael Jaquet, USSA Chief Marketing Officer, recently announced the new agreement. “Alpine racing is thriving in America right now and being able to add partners to our supplier pool, especially such a successful brand as Stoeckli, is directly attributable to our current success and our pipeline to the next generation of skiers we are always looking to develop.”

“We are proud of this new relationship between the Stoeckli brand and the U.S Ski Team,” said George Couperthwait, General Manager for Stoeckli in North America. “This agreement is critical to our commitment to the U.S. ski market and we are looking forward to working directly with the U.S. athletes to provide them with the tools to realize their dreams”

Tina Maze, Olympic gold medalist in both giant slalom and downhill in Sochi, has reinforced Stoeckli’s ski performance and success in the international racing scene. She was the 2012/2013 overall World Cup champion where she posted 11 victories and set the record for World Cup points in one season at 2,414.

Release courtesy of Stoeckli

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