44 episodes

"Long Underwear" aims to strip off the layers, chip away at stereotypes and sponsorship stories, and get to know what makes professional skiers, snowboarders and industry personalities tick. From the highs and lows to the pet peeves, to the daily lives and hilarious stories. Nothing is off limits, except the one rule: after introductions, there are no more mentions of skiing or snowboarding allowed.

Join host and professional skier Amie Engerbretson as she gets to know the people underneath the ski gear.

So, get comfy, it’s Warren Miller Entertainment’s “Long Underwear”.

Long Underwear Warren Miller Entertainment

    • Sports
    • 4.6 • 89 Ratings

"Long Underwear" aims to strip off the layers, chip away at stereotypes and sponsorship stories, and get to know what makes professional skiers, snowboarders and industry personalities tick. From the highs and lows to the pet peeves, to the daily lives and hilarious stories. Nothing is off limits, except the one rule: after introductions, there are no more mentions of skiing or snowboarding allowed.

Join host and professional skier Amie Engerbretson as she gets to know the people underneath the ski gear.

So, get comfy, it’s Warren Miller Entertainment’s “Long Underwear”.

    Cody Townsend

    Cody Townsend

    For a fantastic, final treat from the Long Underwear podcast, Cody Townsend sat down with host Amie Engerbretson last winter. You might think you know everything about Cody, but we bet you find out something new. As one of the most awarded skiers in freeskiing history, Cody Townsend has many accolades to his name. Hailing from Lake Tahoe, CA Cody is best known for iconic parts in ski films, skiing the “Most Insane Line Ever,” and now for his current project, skiing North America’s “Fifty Most Classic Ski Descents.” Cody talks about his chef skills, his childhood dreams of having a cooking show, the highs and lows of last year, and wraps up by sharing a story about Laird Hamilton stunt doubling for Cody in a Warren Miller movie.
    Be sure to catch the upcoming 72nd Warren Miller film, "Winter Starts Now" on tour this fall. More info coming soon at warrenmiller.com.
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    • 49 min
    Mountain Memories

    Mountain Memories

    It's the people, the places, the feeling and the moments of undeniable impact. For the season 5 finale of the Long Underwear Podcast, audience members share their memories from the mountains as we welcome the 2020/2021 winter season.
    Big thanks to our sponsors Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, OpenSnow and SKI Magazine.
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    • 28 min
    Madison Rose Ostergren

    Madison Rose Ostergren

    Madison grew up in Traverse City, Michigan and learned to ski on a super small mountain with a tow rope, but worked her way up the ranks of the Michigan ski racing scene. She often longed to ski bigger mountains and in 2013, her wish was granted when her entire family picked up and moved to Utah when Madison was accepted into a ski racing academy. Madison went on to ski race Division 1 at Westminster College in Utah and fell in love with powder skiing and backcountry exploration through her time out west. These days, she is growing professional skiing career and advancing her year-round mountaineering skills. Listen to Madison talk about her love for music, why staying open and curious matters, the power of ice baths, keeping it real on the internet and that one time she slept in an ice cave at an undisclosed location in Wyoming.
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    • 53 min
    The Egan Brothers

    The Egan Brothers

    John and Dan Egan, ,a.k.a. “The Egan Brothers,” grew up in Boston and learned to ski in New Hampshire and Vermont. They were spotted ripping around Sugarbush and were featured in their first Warren Miller film in the late 1970’s. They went on to make a career out of extreme skiing and starring in ski movies and were even inducted in the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in 2016. Listen to them talk about what it was like growing up in Boston with a huge family, memories of skiing neck deep powder, advice to live by, climbing in Russia, the new book they wrote and that one time they thought butter was cheese in Switzerland. 
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    • 43 min
    Tom Day

    Tom Day

    Tom Day started working on Warren Miller films in 1984 alongside Scot Schmidt. He started as a young, extreme skier pushing the boundaries and today, he is one of the most celebrated ski cinematographers in the industry. He has been to nearly all seven continents and has worked with some of the most legendary athletes over the years. Tune in to listen to Tom talk about the magic of filmmaking, how a dishwasher ski bum inspired him at a young age, his gratitude for the life he’s lived and about that one time in Italy when he ended up intoxicated and quite literally on fire.
    Big thanks to our sponsors Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, OpenSnow and SKI Magazine.
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    • 44 min
    Inclusion in Winter Sports

    Inclusion in Winter Sports

    For a different kind of episode, Amie Engerbretson chats with former NFL player, entrepreneur and Pocket Outdoor Media board member, Dhani Jones as well as Share Winter Foundation CEO, Constance Beverley. Listen to what happens when a snowboarder, a skier and a telemark skier with unique personal and professional backgrounds all sit down to laugh with each other and discuss diversity and inclusion in winter sports.
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    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
89 Ratings

89 Ratings

Gagged but ok ,

Great skiing podcast

That isn’t necessarily about skiing. Provides insight into the mind and life behind the skier. The host seems cute as a button. Great job and great take on skiing. I owe you a cookie

skyup01 ,

So Excited About This

Seriously, the best podcast EVER.

not a roadie ,

A Review!

This is the same vapid, bro brah ski town ego stroke conversation I expected to hear. Host is barely listenable. Boring list questions. For trying to get beneath the surface and away from the S word, that had surprisingly, little actual substance.

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