Our team of adventurers plays a vital role. These explorers, athletes and expedition leaders test our gear to destruction, and along the way provide us with crucial feedback that helps us to fine-tune our fabrics and designs.

Jeff Fuchs

Himalayan Explorer

Jeff has spent the past decade in Asia, writing about indigenous mountain cultures, recording oral histories and developing an obsessive interest in tea.

He is the first westerner to travel the entire 6,000km length of the ancient Tea Horse Road from south-west China to the Himalayan Plateau.

Roland Primus

Snowboarder And Outdoor Adventurer

Roland started skiing at age three, and mountaineering at just 11.

He grew up to become a World Cup rider for Burton Snowboards and found Europe's oldest snowboard school. He also set up the Swiss Alpine and Freestyle Snowboard teams, the Snowboard School and Teacher association and the Skischool NOVA in Lenzerheide.

Under his leadership, the Swiss snowboard team gained seven world champion titles between 1991 and 2007. He's also an award-winning aerobatic pilot and counts camping, windsurfing, surfing, fishing and trekking among his hobbies. A true mountain soul.

Jean Marc Pic

Mountain Guide

Jean Marc started his life in the French Pyrenees caving, kayaking, skiing, climbing and canyoning.  For the past twenty year he has guided clients on adventures around the world: China, Mongolia, Russia, Spitsbergen,  Greenland, North and South America, South Georgia.

He is particularly fond of boat based ski-mountaineering expeditions. He is also a passionate photographer.  Find him on instagram: @jeanmarcpic

Scott Wolfe


Scott is a year-round mountain athlete, based in the outdoor mecca of Bend, Oregon.

A top competitor in ultra running events, he has run some of the best trail routes in the United States, including the Western States 100, a 100 mile race from Squaw Valley to Auburn in California.

When he isn't running he loves skiing, endurance mountain biking and fat bike racing.

Bas Pot

Expedition Film Maker

After honing his skills as a mountain bike adventure guide, Bas has spent the past 25 years keeping TV and film crews safe in remote locations.

As Adventure Director at Four Corners, he spends his days answering questions like: do you know a reliable fixer in Burkina Faso? How do you put a camera man safely on that cliff edge? Which rocks are going to explode in that fire pit?

When he's not fixing problems, balancing budgets or managing logistics, he enjoys life at home in the French Pyrenees.He is the first westerner to travel the entire 6,000km length of the ancient Tea Horse Road from south-west China to the Himalayan Plateau.