PK Hunder has been making news this week, with the announcement of his move to HEAD, following the likes of Canadian, Kaya Turski, Norwegian, Torgrim Vole, Austrian, Jochen Mesle, and many others to the diverse and growing team at HEAD. Since the age of 14, PK has had a storming career, competing numerous times in the X-Games and featuring in countless video parts, and with his sights set on the Olympics, it looks like his ambitions are still as high as ever. Here’s what HEAD Team Manager Tyson Boduc had to say on their latest signing.
“PK is the guy who loves what he does and knows how lucky he is to be doing it. I first saw PK when he was 16 and traveling in the US. He knew very little English, or had nothing to say, but it was still clear that he was in the right place because he spoke through his personality. He lives to smile and skiing puts a big smile on his face. That is the vibe that we want to spread and we are proud to have PK representing us.”
If you want to see what PK Hunder’s all about, then check out this little PK montage we threw together.