French skier Clément Noël joins the Bollé Racing team

(PRESS RELEASE) LYON, FRANCE — Bollé has announced the signing of 2022 Beijing Olympics slalom champion Clément Noël, furthering the French eyewear brand’s expansion into the world of ski racing.

At 25, Noël has climbed 17 podiums in the World Cup and will have the opportunity to deepen his exploits in the various French races in Val d’Isère and Chamonix in the World Cup, then at the Courchevel-Méribel World Championships. in February. 2023.

“Bollé is very proud to be able to welcome Clément Noël to our team of elite skiers which includes Alexis Pinturault, overall winner of the 2021 World Cup, and Tessa Worley, who won the giant slalom crystal globe in March. this year,” said Louis Cisti, Vice President of Marketing at Bollé.

Noël, winner of nine World Cup titles, will be equipped with the Bollé Nevada mask, the Mute helmet in Slalom and the Medalist Carbon Pro in Giant, both equipped with MIPS technology. Products that have been tested and approved by the entire racing team for performance at the highest level and in the most extreme conditions.

“I am very happy to join the Bollé team and its many athletes who have excelled on the World Cup circuit in recent years. I am very proud to represent this performance-oriented French brand for the years to come, and in particular next season at the Courchevel-Méribel World Championships,” said Clément Noël.

For more than 135 years, Bollé has supported and sponsored world-class athletes and the greatest champions in the history of alpine skiing with the best helmets and goggles in the ski industry by placing performance and innovation at the heart of heart of Bollé product development and conquering the world of skiing since the brand was created in 1888.


“We are delighted to have Clément Noël among our athletes. From our first exchanges, we could feel the particular attention he paid to details and to his equipment. No room for compromise. This perfectionist attitude totally echoes the passion and meticulousness that our teams put into the development of our products, and into each of their projects. I am firmly convinced that this collaboration will lead to great victories and I can’t wait to see Clément on the slopes carrying the Bollé flag,” said Cisti.

Watch Clément Noël’s presentation video here.

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