Michigan is known for all things great, like big lakes and, now, professional snowboarder Danny Davis. From out of nowhere, Danny first burst onto the professional snowboard scene in 2004 and quickly solidified a reputation as the snowboarder to beat at every contest he enters.
Considered a triple threat competitor that snowboards to the beat of his own drum, he consistently stands on winner’s podiums in superpipe, quarterpipe and slopestyle events around the world. Danny combines explosive amplitude, technical finesse, and a skateboard-influenced style, continually dominating the contest circuit while still finding time to film insane movie segments or perform at commercial shoots for highprofile sponsors like Mountain Dew and Burton.
After making the 2010 Olympic team, but missing out due to injury, Davis made the 2014 Olympic team, where he competed in halfpipe in Sochi.
When Danny is not traveling the globe chasing snow he can be found skateboarding, listening to Bob Dylan and The Beatles or working on his house in Truckee, CA.