Seth Morrison

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Seth Morrison
Personal information
Nationality United States
Born (1973-11-30)November 30, 1973
Murray, Kentucky
Height 5 ft 10 in(1.78 m)
Weight 155 lb (70 kg).
Sport Big Mountain
Updated on 2011-01-21.

Seth Morrison (born November 30, 1973) of Summit County, CO is a professional skier. He has won numerous competitions and appears in many ski movies. He was born in Murray, Kentucky.[1] Morrison has survived avalanches, a helicopter crash,[2] and miles of vertical on huge Alaskan faces. He is the oldest member of the K2 Factory Team.[3] Morrison lived in Vail, Colorado in Middle and High School, during which time he spent 8 years racing for Ski Club Vail.[1] He is best known for throwing back- and side-flips off massive cliffs and his ability to stomp landings from extreme heights.

Career accomplishments[edit]

  • 2009 Powder Video Awards, Best Natural Air-Winner.[4]
  • 2009 Powder Video Awards, Reader Poll- Winner.[4]
  • 2009 Powder Video Awards, Full Throttle- Winner.[4]
  • 2008 Powder Video Awards, Reader Poll- Winner.[4]
  • 2008 Fri Flyt Awards, International Athlete
  • 2007 Powder Video Awards, Best Natural Air- Winner.[4]
  • 2007 Powder Video Awards, Reader Poll- Winner.[4]
  • 2006 Powder Video Awards, Reader Poll- Third Place.[4]
  • 2005 Powder Video Awards, Reader Poll- Second Place.[4]
  • 2004 Powder Video Awards, Reader Poll- Winner.[5]
  • 2004 Powder Video Awards, Best Cliff Huck.
  • 2003 Powder Video Awards, Full Throttle- Winner.[4]
  • 2003 Powder Video Awards, Reader Poll- Winner.[4]
  • 2002 Powder Video Awards, Reader Poll- Winner.[4]
  • 2001 Powder Video Awards, Best Male Performance- Winner.[4]
  • 2001 Poacher's Freeski Film Festival, Best Rider -Winner (in Ski Movie).

Competition results[edit]

  • 2000-2001 Competitor in U.S. Extreme Freeskiing Championships. ESPN and ESPN 2
  • 1999-2000 Competitor in Johnny Moseley Invitational. NBC
  • 1998-1999 8th place in Skier Cross in the X Games at Crested Butte. ESPN, ESPN 2, and ABC
  • 1998-1999 12th place in Johnny Moseley Invitational. NBC
  • 1998 - 9th place in the Canadian Freeskiing Championships in Whistler/Blackcomb
  • 1991 - 2nd place in the U.S. National Extremes (age 19)



  • 04/05 K2 Seth Pistol- National Ad, Freeze and Freeskier.
  • 04/05 K2- National Team Ad, Freeze.
  • 04/05 Oakley - National Ad, Freeze, Powder and Freeskier.
  • 03/04 Oakley- National Ad, Freeze and Powder.

Television interviews:

  • 99/00 RSN/ESPN 2 "16mm" Global Storming Feature.
  • 99/00 RSN "Athlete Profile".
  • 97/98 MTV "Winter Lodge at Aspen" with Matt Pinfield.


Morrison has had a number different 'promodel' products with his sponsors K2 Skis, Full Tilt Ski Boots and Oakley . Morrison's two promodel skis with K2 Skis are the Obsethed and new for the 2012/2013 season the SideSeth. The Obsethed has undergone much change since the original Obsethed, the last model of the Obsethed was released for the 2011/2012 season. The Obsethed was then replaced by the SideSeth, which featured a more directional rocker profile and being in K2's Adventure category was marketed more at the backcountry skier than the Obsethed. However the SideSeth has experienced much success with inbounds skiers also. Morrison's promodel with Full Tilt boots is the Seth Morrison Pro Boot, it features the second stiffest flex tongue available from Full Tilt (8 Flex), and a number of distinctive aesthetic features chosen by Seth. The boot is marketed at all mountain and freeride/big mountain skiers, and thus it is important to note it was the first boot from Full Tilt to feature the rubber sole as stock for the 2012/2013 season. Seth Morrison's has also had a number of promodel outerwear suits from Oakley.


  1. ^ a b "Bio;". Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  2. ^ "Seth Morrison - The Ordinary Skier". Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  3. ^ "Seth Morrison". Retrieved 2011-02-21. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Results 2001-2009; Powder Video Awards and Reader Poll 2001-2009". Powder Video Awards. Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  5. ^ "2004 Powder Video Awards; Reader Poll Winners". Powder Magazine. Retrieved 2011-01-21. 

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