Eric Jackson joins the HEX family

eric-jackson_hex.jpegHEX, the California based tech functionality and fashion-forward accessories company, is proud to announce that snowboarder Eric Jackson has officially joined the team.

“We are so stoked to welcome Eric into the HEX family,” said Carl Steindler, marketing manager at HEX. “Not only is Eric just an all-around mellow dude that radiates good vibes, but he is also one of the most naturally gifted snowboarders we have seen in a long time. That, coupled with his knowledge of the outdoors makes him a perfect fit for us and we look forward to putting that information to good use.”

Eric Jackson, known to most as “Ejack”, is arguably one of the world’s best all-around snowboarders. He was raised in the Crowley Lake area of Mammoth Mountain, California, where he still resides and continues to push the limits of backcountry riding. Growing up with his older brother, John, has also helped shape him as a rider and given him one of the best mentors any snowboarder could ask for. When Ejack is not out travelling the world, with snowboard in tow, he can be found at home fly fishing, camping, snowmobiling and exploring the mountains that surround him.

“Practically everybody who sees my iPhone asks me where I got the case, not to mention the nano® watchbands and bags which completely blow them away,” said Eric. “It feels so good to be a part of a brand that supports me and makes such fresh products…the sky’s the limit!”

In addition to HEX, Eric also rides for: Nike Snowboarding, Libtech, Dakine, Von Zipper, Frends and Mammoth Mountain.

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