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Seth Wescott – L.L.Bean Ultimate Testing and Design Partner

  • Seth Wescott, Snowboarding Champion, pairs up with L.L.Bean to become the Ultimate Field Tester.
  • Seth Wescott's Design and Testing Partnership with L.L.Bean is taking our already innovative outerwear to new heights.
  • From Alaska to Antarctica, Seth Field Tested L.L.Bean's Ascent Jacket with Gore-Tex
  • See Seth Wescott in the trailer for Warren Miller's Ticket to Ride, set in Alaska's rugged, backcountry peaks.
About Seth Wescott. Snow Sports Legend and Passionate Maine Outdoorsman.

Over the past 15 years, Seth Wescott—the “Boss of the Cross”—has become the most successful and decorated snowboard cross athlete in history. In 2010, after years of success at the World Cup and the X Games, he won his second consecutive Winter Games gold medal in snow sports, a first for an American male athlete.

When he's not competing, his favorite place to train is the Chugach Mountains in Alaska, where he revels in the natural powder and wide-open spaces. Then it's home to Maine to enjoy surfing off southern beaches, golf and snowboarding in his backyard at Sugarloaf. Seth lives his life outside.[+ FULL STORY]


“Wow! What a ride!”

Hunter S. Thompson, Seth’s favorite author, wrote: “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming “Wow! What a Ride!” [+ FULL STORY]

Seth Wescott taking his L.L.Bean gear for a test ride in Alaska's Chugach Mountains
  • Winter Games Medals
  • 2006 Torino, Gold Medal, SBX
  • 2010 Vancouver, Gold Medal, SBX
  • FIS World Championship SBX
  • 2005 Gold
  • 2003 Silver
  • 2007 Silver
  • 2011 Silver
  • Baker Banked Slalom
  • 2013 First Place
  • X Games SBX
  • 2002 Silver
  • 2004 Silver
  • 2005 Silver
  • 2010 Silver
  • 1998 Bronze
  • 2001 Bronze
  • 2007 Bronze
  • FIS World Cup SBX
  • 2010 Second Place
  • 2011 First Place
  • 2012 First Place
  • X Games Ultra Cross
  • 2002 Gold
  • 2003 Silver