37.5 Pro Team Members

Jack Hessler

Jack Hessler

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Jack Hessler is a snowboarder from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Hessler is currently studying psychology at the University of Denver and pursuing a lifestyle based around snowboarding. Hessler grew up skateboarding, playing soccer and drums, and exploring. Hassler has been an avid rap fan ever since he can remember!

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Julie Parker

Julie Parker

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Julie Parker has a (mostly) healthy addiction to climbing, backcountry skiing, trail running and homemade cinnamon rolls. When not roped to the side of a cliff, she can be found exploring the Western U.S. from her home base in Salt Lake City, with her husband and personal barista, Chris, and coydog, Chief.

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Austin Sarles

Austin Sarles

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Austin Sarles is an accomplished competitive rock climber from Dallas, Texas. Sarles was the President of the University of Texas at Austin rock climbing team, where he helped lead the team to two CCS National Championships and two second place finishes in four years. But for Sarles, climbing is much more than competing in a gym or training on plastic. Climbing is something that, for him, makes him whole. Walt Whitman said, “Whatever satisfies the soul is truth.” For Sarles, that is climbing.

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Christopher Marshall

Christopher Marshall

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Christopher Marshall is an IFMGA/AMGA Mountain Guide.  Originally from New England, Marshall has found his home in the mountains of the west.  He has been guiding and instructing in throughout the west and Alaska since 2006 on rock, snow, and ice, and now primarily works in central Idaho in the winter, and the Pacific Northwest in the summer.  While he often chuckles when people ask where he lives, the nomadic nature of guiding lets him travel and enjoy the variety that mountains have to offer; skiing steep couloirs, endless jams on desert splitters, alpine ridgelines, and sinking tools into frozen waterfalls, you can find Marshall smiling and sharing the mountain stoke.  In 2013, he was part of a team that established first ascents and first ski descents in a remote part of Alaska’s Neacola Mountains.  When time allows, Marshall enjoys ripping around in the brown pow on his “old school” 26”-wheeled mountain bike.

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