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• Women's specific fit
• 4.2 oz. super soft 60% cotton / 40% poly
• 3-color screenprint on front
Ryan Hawks was a dynamic human being with a passion and love for the mountains and skiing. He began his love affair with the mountains at the age of two and that love affair never ended.
The Flyin Ryan Hawks Foundation was developed to INSPIRE young people to live every day all day and never stop exploring life; to EXPOSE them to the world of outdoor adventure; and to TEACH Ryan's principles of living and core values.
Ryan was a Burlington, VT local who grew up skiing Sugarbush and Mad River Glen, was a full-time competitor on the Freeskiing World Tour, and a personal friend and ski buddy of the Ski The East crew.
We encourage you to contribute to the foundation in any way possible.... whether it's the purchase of any of the offered products in the store, or if you decide to make a contribution to the foundation directly. Every little bit helps with the goal of building The Flyin' Ryan Hawks Foundation and passing the torch to the next generation of passionate skiers.
Shortly after Ryan passed away, his family discovered on his computer a document Ryan had written labeled: “Ryan’s Core Principles for Living.” Astonished by the simplicity and the reaction of those that read them, his family decided to share the principles with as many people as possible to inspire people to adopt their own principles for living. Below are the principles as written by Ryan…
Ryan's 13 Core Principles:
1) Live every day, all day
2) Never stop exploring life
3) Never lose my adventuresome attitude
4) Be the best friend I can be
5) Be the best brother, son, uncle I can
6) Look out for others
7) Look out for myself
8) Look out for our surroundings
9) Be self-sufficient
10) Don’t be afraid to ask for help
11) Work hard
12) Live easy
13) Live simply
Check it out: FlyinRyanHawks.org
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