VIDEO: Skullcandy and Red Bull Partner with Robbie Maddison on Record Breaking Jump
As a key member of the Skullcandy
family since 2011, Robbie exemplifies the pioneering, no-holds-barred attitude
that is central to the Skullcandy philosophy. On Robbie’s first day in
Skullcandy’s Park City headquarters, he looked out of the conference room
window and saw the K120 Nordic Ski jump across the street at the Utah Olympic
Park, stating he would jump it one day. Now, two years later,
Skullcandy in partnership with Red Bull bring that dream to life and is sharing
it with fans around the world by way of their “Drop In” project.
Robbie’s project is a key element of
Skullcandy’s Drop In campaign featuring Crusher. The “Crusher” features
proprietary speaker drivers that deliver a powerful and realistic sensory bass experience
that transforms everyday audio into bass you can feel. Using the
Crusher, Skullcandy is welcoming users to fully immerse themselves into the
most incredible audio experience ever. The new Skullcandy “Drop In” project
brings this completely immersive experience to life – whether you’re watching a
movie on your tablet, playing a video game or listening to a playlist to get
amped for a death-defying jump – you’re not just seeing and hearing it,
you’re feeling it.
Today, Skullcandy welcomes fans to “Drop In” on Maddo’s epic Park City jump, giving them an exclusive behind-the-scenes preview of the soon-to-be released full-length documentary film “On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter”. The footage captures Robbie breaking the Olympic bobsled record going up the track while working his way up the mountain and then setting a mind-blowing new record for vertical drop on a motorcycle on his way down.
Look for Robbie in Red Bull Media House’s upcoming release, On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter, coming to theaters November 7. Receive a free download of Red Bull’s On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter with purchase of any Skullcandy Crusher exclusively at Best Buy.