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David Jacobs, Spyder’s founder and chairman was born in Montreal, Canada, and began skiing at age 13. At 21, he won the Quebec Kandahar, and from 1957 through 1961 was a member of the Canadian National Ski Team. In 1957 he captured the title of Canadian Downhill Ski Champion, and was the top-ranked member of the Canadian FIS Team the following season. He was the first full-time head coach and program administrator for the Canadian National Ski Team from 1964 to 1966.
In 1978, while Jacobs' sons were in the ski race circuit, he noted that there was only one brand of race sweaters available. He believed he could make a better product and sell it to the close-knit race community. This business, named David L Jacobs, Incorporated, began as a small mail order business in his Boulder, Colorado kitchen.
Spyder is an American Colorado-based manufacturer of high-end skiing apparel and is now the world's largest ski specialty brand.
The fitted Winner Tailored Pant comes in colors to match virtually any Spyder jacket, and will keep you warm and dry with a hefty 40g 3M Thinsulate and two layers of GORE-TEX®. Their rugged design includes watertight seams, elastic grip snow gaiter, adjustable waist, and reinforced knee construction.
Engineered with tomorrow’s Tommy Moe in mind, the Tordrillo harks back to the halcyon days of the Olympic gold medalist, while powering ahead with a modern take on the Great Moe’s good-looking gear. The first alpine ski jacket on the market built with GORE-TEX® , Spyder’s Tordrillo is guaranteed to keep a kid dry, while the high-tech inner chassis leaves nothing to chance with sweet Vislon zippers, fully taped seams, zippered hand and data card pockets, mesh goggle pocket, adjustable cuff tabs with gussets and interior stretch cuffs with thumb holes, and a drawcord adjustable hem. This is the best-in-class jacket for weekend warriors and aspiring champions alike.