Meet The Riders - Will Tucker

January 20, 2020

Whitedot rider, Will Tucker through the trees

Where are you based for the winter?

Morzine, France

How long have you been skiing with Whitedot?

8 years 

How long have you been skiing professionally?

9 years

Whitedot rider, Will Tucker getting air time at Verbier

Which Whitedot skis are you on?

I ski the Altum 114 for big mountain and touring and the Altum 94 for park riding. 

Why do you use these Whitedot skis?

The Altum 114s are great to tour on and give me the support I need when skiing steeper faces. Because of the tip and tail rocker, they are equally as fun and 'jibby' when skiing trees and jumps. 

I ski the Altum 94 for the park and blasting around the mountain because they are not as meaty underfoot and can blast through the slush on those sunny spring days. However, if I do find myself getting caught out and finding some fresh tracks they will be just as much fun.

One thing they love about the skis

The versatility within the skis, they are not just a one-trick pony if you want to ride hard on the Altum then it will give you the goods, but is more than manageable when you're playing around on the piste.  

Favourite place to ski

Mayhofen, for the fun times and The Port Du Soleil for the lines.

Proudest moment on skis

Landing my first double over 10 years ago, the first time I skied couloir number one or hitting the double drop off Harmony waterfall in Whistler.

Secret location/insiders tips

Couloir de Contreband is one of the best. But for secrets have a look on Fat Map and ask the locals in the bars, helps to buy them a beer or two!