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Henrik Harlaut

StyleFreeSkier • 10x XGames medalist • @harlautapparelco #henrikharlautsnowpark
For Business ➡️ raf@bugvisionaries.com

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  • First dub 12 blunt - 10 years ago. ⁣
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I remember thinking/dreaming of this trick for so long before it went down- possibly the happiest I’ve ever been after stomping a new trick🤪 Filmed by @howjoshisliving & @shotbythebureau  #NBD #NewEra @level1
  • First dub 12 blunt - 10 years ago. ⁣

    I remember thinking/dreaming of this trick for so long before it went down- possibly the happiest I’ve ever been after stomping a new trick🤪 Filmed by @howjoshisliving & @shotbythebureau #NBD #NewEra @level1
  •  14,267  150  17 June, 2019
  • Just released a new collection of @harlautapparelco 🧢🚠💎⁣
Link in bio 💥⁣
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This week | FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $85⁣
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BACKGROUND STORY.⁣
LA-based, coffee lover and cartoonist @nate_fakes normally works for an in-house agency where he creates cartoons for Red Bull. He's also worked with clients such as MAD Magazine, New York Times, 21st Century Fox, Warner Bros. and Costco.⁣
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This collection is based on one of the most notorius landmarks of our home ski-resort Åre.⁣
"Kabinbanan" (the Cable Car) was inaugurated May 6, 1976 and cost just over 70 million to build, which was a disaster when the budget had been one tenth by 7 million. It was also later discovered that it was built in a very exposed place for both wind and ice. But despite these problems that this lift has gone through, it has become a very strong and dear symbol for Åre and will sadly be removed in a near future.
  • Just released a new collection of @harlautapparelco 🧢🚠💎⁣
    Link in bio 💥⁣

    This week | FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $85⁣
    •⁣
    BACKGROUND STORY.⁣
    LA-based, coffee lover and cartoonist @nate_fakes normally works for an in-house agency where he creates cartoons for Red Bull. He's also worked with clients such as MAD Magazine, New York Times, 21st Century Fox, Warner Bros. and Costco.⁣
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    This collection is based on one of the most notorius landmarks of our home ski-resort Åre.⁣
    "Kabinbanan" (the Cable Car) was inaugurated May 6, 1976 and cost just over 70 million to build, which was a disaster when the budget had been one tenth by 7 million. It was also later discovered that it was built in a very exposed place for both wind and ice. But despite these problems that this lift has gone through, it has become a very strong and dear symbol for Åre and will sadly be removed in a near future.
  •  4,919  21  13 June, 2019
  • Happy birthday gal 😘🎉🏖
  • Happy birthday gal 😘🎉🏖
  •  9,979  37  12 June, 2019
  • Distant relatives. ⁣⁣
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So blessed for how much time I’ve got to spend with skiings all mighty. From the very first day we kick it, we connected on a rare level and I knew straight away how much off a role model he was to become. I’ve been so fortunate to have witnessed his mastermind archive tasks I’d think is impossible, over and over again! Humble and thoughtful to all his surroundings. B-DOG... ⁣⁣
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B&E 𝐅𝐎𝐑𝐄𝐕𝐄𝐑! ⁣⁣
#Platinum #kimbosessions ⁣
📸: @alric.ljunghager
  • Distant relatives. ⁣⁣
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    So blessed for how much time I’ve got to spend with skiings all mighty. From the very first day we kick it, we connected on a rare level and I knew straight away how much off a role model he was to become. I’ve been so fortunate to have witnessed his mastermind archive tasks I’d think is impossible, over and over again! Humble and thoughtful to all his surroundings. B-DOG... ⁣⁣
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    B&E 𝐅𝐎𝐑𝐄𝐕𝐄𝐑! ⁣⁣
    #Platinum #kimbosessions
    📸: @alric.ljunghager
  •  17,299  114  28 May, 2019
  • 𝐑𝐞𝐬𝐮𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐭𝐞𝐝! 💥♻️💯🤪⁣
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Story time😅⁣
Back in 2016, the first practice day at the B&E invitational I took a bit too much speed for one of the spines and landed flat. Landed perfect and rode out but felt that something happened in my left knee. Didn’t feel like it was too serious, more like a bone bruise or just a hard hit on my meniscus (that I had 2 surgeries on in past). Kept skiing with some pain but it didn’t bother me that much. Got it check out  at the end of the season by physios and my knee was still stable and strong so they suggested to let it rest over the summer and hope that it was just a bone bruise so it will be healed by the time of the next season start. ⁣
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Started skiing again and felt like it had gotten a bit better over the summer, not pain free but better. Went to Chile for a World Cup and ended up grabbing 1st place so that boosted my confidence and decided to not do anything before the season really started. Ended up winning another World Cup, dew tour, xgames big air, the overall WC crystal globe, silver Xgames realski and secure my Olympic spot that season. After that I went out in the backcountry and filmed for some time but unfortunately had a pretty bad crash one of my last days. Went back to Andorra where I started seeing a physiotherapist 5 days a week and did some MRI’s but it still didn’t seem like the best idea to go into surgery yet because of my wanting to go to the Olympics the coming season.⁣
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So instead I got a list of antioxidant products to minimize the swelling and pain, so I went all in and fully changed my diet and way of training. Felt AMAZING! Then I entered one of the biggest seasons yet and it almost went as good as it could have. 1st dew tour, 1st Xgames big air, 1st Xgames slope style, 1st Slvsh cup and 16th at olympics.⁣
Got a lot of negative criticism from Swedish media but knew even though I had “failed” at olympics my skiing was better than ever so to block that out I went out and hiked/filmed in the mountains of Andorra for three months straight (built 35 different kicker/qp/hips) to finish off my movie “The Regiment”. ⁣
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To be continued in the comment section...⁣
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#resurrected #esco #grateful
  • 𝐑𝐞𝐬𝐮𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐭𝐞𝐝! 💥♻️💯🤪⁣

    Story time😅⁣
    Back in 2016, the first practice day at the B&E invitational I took a bit too much speed for one of the spines and landed flat. Landed perfect and rode out but felt that something happened in my left knee. Didn’t feel like it was too serious, more like a bone bruise or just a hard hit on my meniscus (that I had 2 surgeries on in past). Kept skiing with some pain but it didn’t bother me that much. Got it check out at the end of the season by physios and my knee was still stable and strong so they suggested to let it rest over the summer and hope that it was just a bone bruise so it will be healed by the time of the next season start. ⁣

    Started skiing again and felt like it had gotten a bit better over the summer, not pain free but better. Went to Chile for a World Cup and ended up grabbing 1st place so that boosted my confidence and decided to not do anything before the season really started. Ended up winning another World Cup, dew tour, xgames big air, the overall WC crystal globe, silver Xgames realski and secure my Olympic spot that season. After that I went out in the backcountry and filmed for some time but unfortunately had a pretty bad crash one of my last days. Went back to Andorra where I started seeing a physiotherapist 5 days a week and did some MRI’s but it still didn’t seem like the best idea to go into surgery yet because of my wanting to go to the Olympics the coming season.⁣

    So instead I got a list of antioxidant products to minimize the swelling and pain, so I went all in and fully changed my diet and way of training. Felt AMAZING! Then I entered one of the biggest seasons yet and it almost went as good as it could have. 1st dew tour, 1st Xgames big air, 1st Xgames slope style, 1st Slvsh cup and 16th at olympics.⁣
    Got a lot of negative criticism from Swedish media but knew even though I had “failed” at olympics my skiing was better than ever so to block that out I went out and hiked/filmed in the mountains of Andorra for three months straight (built 35 different kicker/qp/hips) to finish off my movie “The Regiment”. ⁣

    To be continued in the comment section...⁣

    #resurrected #esco #grateful
  •  26,026  588  24 May, 2019