Canadian freestyle snowboard star Sebastian Toutant has just signed a new 5 year contract with O'Neill.
The 18 year old snowboarder – knownthroughout the world of snowboarding as Seb Toots - signed the contract infront of a crowd of fans at the O'Neill Evolution in Davos Switzerland justhours prior to his Slopestyle victory at the TTR World Snowboard Tour 6StarEvent.
"O'Neill has been behind me since the verybeginning, so this renewed partnership means a lot," said Seb. "I'm stoked onthe company, its people, and the amazing signature products that they've helpedme create. So I'm sure the next five years with O'Neill will rock, just likethe last five have!"
Seb joined O'Neill back in 2005 and in his5 years with the brand has grown into one of the most exciting freestylesnowboarders in the world, pushing the boundaries and setting new standards inhis sport.
"We are extremely proud to renew thiscontract with Seb for the next 5 years as one of the top snowboarders in theworld," Bernhard Ritzer O'Neill Director Global Sports Marketing. "Havingsupported him since he was a rookie we are excited to continue to grow thispartnership and support him in what is going to be a huge snowboarding careerahead."
"Seb has already established himself asone of the global faces of O'Neill alongside freeride legend Jeremy Jones andsurfing superstar Jordy Smith," said Bernhard Ritzer.
Currently sitting 6th on the Swatch TTRWorld Snowboard Tour, Seb's victory here at the O'Neill Evolution comes off theback of his recent win at the Shaun White Air & Style in Beijing. Next upis Seb's first ever X Games in Colorado where expectations are high.