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Aimee Fuller

Aimee Fuller was born in England, a country that isn’t traditionally known for its snow-capped mountains and snowboard culture. It wasn’t until Aimee moved to the US at the age of 12 that she tried snowboarding for the first time. From then on, she began riding every weekend, and was officially hooked after her first snowboard contest.

With wild style and technical skills, she's a joy to watch in the park.

Aimee competed for Great Britain at the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics in the women’s slopestyle event.

Off-snow, Aimee loves surfing, skating, running, and cycling. She is even a qualified fitness instructor!


Q&A with Aimee:

Favorite place to travel? Japan, it's magical, the whole experience is so different, the natural hot springs post riding, the waist deep powder and sushi on tap!

Best moment in your career? Being given my first ROXY jacket, it was a dream come true to join the ROXY family age 16. Followed by qualifying for my first Olympics in Sochi 2014 after a tough season with injuries, ringing my Mum to tell her, I'd done it… it was just the ultimate.

Favorite things to do when you’re not riding? I love a "mission"! I have actually recently done my yoga training so I am a qualified practitioner. I love how it makes my body feel and the freedom of movement. I am also a bit of a foodie and love a surf mission to the beach.

Fashion essentials? A strong belt, a baseball cap and my ROXY Coachella Shades.

Favorite moment with ROXY? Being a part of a global movement supporting and empowering women in female board sports. Every trip is unique, a journey and there is always a new story to be told. One moment that stands out to me is being in Alaska standing on a glacier, having flown up to the top by Heli. I never dreamed I would ever go to Alaska, let alone be there with my ROXY family.