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Daniel Clancey 8 November 2012

In it to win it.

Daniel Clancey is the Founder and Creative Director of Homeschool Snowboarding. Homeschool is a technical apparel brand Focused on creating the most highly durable, functional and breathable outerwear and baselayer available.

Daniel as a degree in Advertising and Marketing from the University of Colorado at boulder and an Advanced degree in Apparel design from the Art Institute of Seattle. He has worked for companies like Ride and Columbia Sportswear where he spent years learning the ropes and designing product. Daniel was born and raised in Kailua Hawaii.

What are you up to?

I started Homeschool Snowboarding 3 years ago to fill the void in the core snowboard market. The idea being to create product that was function over fashion, highly technical with an understated NW style with a revolutionary new technology that increases breathability 40-60%. Homeschool snowboarding is a small company and each of us does the work of a small army. We are rocking and rolling and have been fortunate enough to get some great penetration into some of the best shops in the west and Canada.

When I have a second I love playing music, art, working on old cars and motorcycles.

Why Portland?

“If it works here it works anywhere is what we say about our product and Portland is the perfect place for a brand like us, lots of creative people and access to some great mountains and really gnarly weather. A perfect testing ground for the product we make” Portland also has a great entrepreneurial scene and a whole lot of really great people.


Tags: #hmschl #snow

What an awesome bio. Now, let’s show Portland yours.

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