"Keep Out" must have been lost in translation. Seems to happen a lot... | Follow along with our elite ambassador and pro freeskier @chrisbenchetler as he explores Japan
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  • lululemon"Keep Out" must have been lost in translation. Seems to happen a lot... | Follow along with our elite ambassador and pro freeskier @chrisbenchetler as he explores Japan

  • eli_chamberlinY'all are over-reacting... Ducking that rope is a way of life at sapporo teine.
  • clubsoccermomx2Keep out is for power lines geniuses , find something else to complain about
  • gabrielle413Most of the people who will see this are not pros like this guy may be... Not a great idea lulu. Could inspire some risk taking..
  • samanthaelizabeth.oCausing an avalanche and getting electrocuted.... Genius. That is natural selection right there
  • christynscott77Agreed. This is stupid. Lulu shouldn't be promoting this. People died because a dumb snowboarder did this and caused an avalanche.
  • ironmommaIm sure there is more to this story as he explores Japan- but at first glance and not reading the caption which alot of people do portrays a bad decision- bad marketing @lululemon and poor decision of post/photo.
  • holleeeeee@wasatchfitkris do you think the snow and conditions care that he is a professional skier? #think
  • wasatch_kris_@holleeeeee it's called occupational hazard .... He accepts the risk for the perfect shred. He knows what he's doing, he a professional.
  • wasatch_kris_90-100% of skiing videos are in 'no go zones' you don't make amazing ski videos skiing inside the lines.
  • wasatch_kris_Get it boy! @chrisbenchetler
  • wasatch_kris_@lululemon don't worry guys, it's not your job to babysit people who apparently don't know the difference between themselves and a pro skier...
  • lululemon@chyena The athlete in this photograph is a trained professional. We always advocate to take care of one’s safety and appreciate your concern here. We have passed along your feedback.
  • lululemonTo our community:
    We respect the concern that has occurred over this photograph. The athlete featured is a trained professional and we support taking care of your own personal safety. We have passed along the feedback we've heard and want to thank you for sharing your thoughts around this picture.
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  • chyena@lululemon thank you for the response - my friend who was a trained professional died in an avalanche last month it doesn't matter if you're professional or not
  • cgosbee@chyena oh shut up
  • johanhaellgrenThe Keep Out signs are there because of the Towers, not because of avalanches.
  • iam_evamarie@chyena just lost her friend. Don't tell someone in that position to shut up, again, please @cgosbee It's really not a nice thing to do. Being respectful would have been.
  • cgosbeeOh
  • kayprossBad things can happen to anyone - trained professional or beginner. This photo shows stupidity. That's all.
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