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Or maybe you don’t need snow at all…

Posted by Alex | October 14th, 2010 | Filed under Art, Music, Outdoor Sport

Following up on this morning’s post, maybe all you really need to go skiing is a super creative imagination. Well, that and a sweet pair of red pants…

Video for Robin Leduc’s Laissez Moi Passer. C’est hyper-cool.

(via Vimeo)

4 Responses to “Or maybe you don’t need snow at all…”

  • October 17, 2010 at 8:48 am | Otis says

    Stop motion is the new black.

  • October 18, 2010 at 7:31 pm | eug says

    you are not kidding otis. but still, such a good use for old dynastars. clever frenchies

  • October 18, 2010 at 8:16 pm | Curious says

    I don’t know where the best place to leave a post like this is so I just picked the top of the blog. I think the whole nau men’s line looks like I could love every darn thing if I owned it but the stuff totally breaks the bank. I mean, seriously, who can afford this level of casual? Look, i get that there is some high function here but much of it is still sweet casual wear. I want all this stuff, how can I afford it? By the way, I’m not some poor college kid. I’m a hard working professional with a sense of style and a need for nau. What’s the secret?

  • October 19, 2010 at 11:04 am | eug says

    hey curious, that’s a good question. I work at nau, and have definitely heard such inquiries before. you might want to try doing what I do, which is to get one nau piece at a time, wear it and love it, and then invest in another one a little bit later. get fewer things and wear them well. someone once described them as investment pieces. it helps that the designs are versatile so you could get 1 nau jacket to replace 2 others…

    glad you like the stuff. if you sign up for the newsletter Off the Grid, you get access to sales and discounts that others don’t get. that helps, too. you can do that here: http://www.nau.com/nau/signup.html

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