Leading performance mountain equipment manufacturer for more than 160-years,  Mammut welcomes world-renowned freeskier Kye Petersen to its team of athletes and ambassadors. The partnership marks a significant step in Mammut’s commitment to the skiing community, bringing on board one of the most influential and skilled figures in the world of freeride and big mountain skiing. 

Why You Should Know Kye

Kye Petersen, hailing from Whistler, British Columbia, has made a name for himself in the skiing industry through his extraordinary talent and passion for the mountains. Known for his innovative approach to skiing and his ability to gracefully navigate some of the most challenging terrain on the planet, Petersen embodies the spirit of adventure and excellence that Mammut represents.

Kye X Mammut – A Match Made In Heaven

“We are incredibly excited to welcome Kye to the Mammut team,” said Maddie Petry, Vice President of Brand and Marketing NAM at Mammut. “Kye does everything with purpose and intent through a lens of safety which is the essence of the Mammut brand and how we strive to create products.. Our values as a brand align with Kye’s values as an athlete and we look forward to showcasing that together in the years to come.”

“Mammut truly aligns with my values of being as much a part of all aspects and activities the mountains provide,” said Kye Petersen, Mammut Athlete. “From my past, present and future, I can’t think of a better brand that fits with my lifestyle and career.

Why You Should Care

This is exciting for the ski community. Kye will be actively involved in product development, providing valuable insights and feedback to continue to drive Mammut’s mountain gear to meet the highest standards of performance and safety. He’ll also be partnering with the brand on content, events, films, and helping grow the Mammut community in North America – inspiring a wider audience to explore the mountains with confidence. 

Check Out Kye’s Project, Sacred Grounds

The Fifth and Final Installment of “Sacred Grounds”

Sacred Grounds documents the adventures and undiscovered zones (“Sacred Grounds”) that hold the best possible terrain for the cast’s passion for skiing. The short film series by Matchstick Productions goes from Kye’s backyard in B.C., to the far reaches of Northern B.C. and Alaska, to Japan, Columbia and beyond. 

Hell ya Kye! Keep up the good work!