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Robby Kelley


There isn’t a day that goes by without Robby Kelley finding some goal to push himself toward. He is one of the most driven athletes who constantly seeks out personal challenges to overcome. His reward is an inherent drive toward accomplishing that which he has not, and it will continue to push him forward in his ski career.

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“I’ve been skiing as long as I can remember, it’s a family thing for me. My mom and her three siblings were all Olympic ski racers, and my grandparents started a little ski area in their backyard, Cochran’s Ski Area. In my family skiing has always been about the fun and enjoying what you’re doing. I grew up shredding all around Cochran’s, making jumps, running gates, and just having a blast. It really gave me a strong love and passion for the sport that I carry with me today. I love what I do!”

A Q&A With Robby Kelley

What about the products are you most psyched on and how do they help you?

I have always gotten really bad lumps on my elbows skiing GS gates, and since I started using the Slytech 4arm guards I don’t get any more bruises or lumps, and the feeling and sound of the plastic hitting the gates also really helps with my timing.

What's the perfect day of shredding to you?

A perfect day of shredding for me is hanging out at Cochran’s Ski Area when it’s super icy, setting a slalom, getting the rope tow going and just lapping and taking as many runs as I can.

Gnarliest or scariest experience riding?

The gnarliest experience I’ve had on skis has got to be my first month racing FIS. I was starting 130-140 every race and the ruts were taller than me and I was trying to send it as hard as I could. I’ve never been rattled around so hard on skis.