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November 04, 2019
When pro skier McKenna Peterson isn’t carving lines in the backcountry, she’s working as the captain of her family’s 58-foot commercial fishing boat in Alaska. The life she's created allows her to follow the ocean and mountain patterns she loves. Both worlds are exciting, unpredictable, harsh and beautiful.
“The reward for a summer of hard work is a winter spent in the mountains,” she says.
McKenna on board the Atlantis.
Created over the course of a year by McKenna’s brother, Axel, we get a sneak peek into McKenna’s reality: fishing and skiing seasons that flow seamlessly from one to the next and the gear that helps with the transition - her Ridge Merino wool layers.
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"My life moves with the ocean swell and mountain winds. Time is told by the tides, the days measured in distance traveled, vertical feet gained." - McKenna Peterson
Ridge Merino athlete Mckenna Peterson spends her winters skiing in extreme cold and her summers commercial fishing in unpredictable weather. Regardless of the season, she relies on her Merino wool layers to keep her going. Here are a few of her favorite things.
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