McRae Williams


My name is McRae Williams and I am 32 years old; born, raised, and currently residing in Park City, Utah. Growing up in a ski town such as Park City, I inevitably picked up skiing at a very young age and it quickly became my passion, lifestyle, and career. I competed in slopestyle for nearly 15 years, and now I focus heavily on filming backcountry/big mountain skiing. I spend my time traveling the world and enjoying all the amazing experiences this lifestyle has to offer. During the off season I enjoy many other outdoor sports such as mountain biking, surfing, and fly fishing. I just love immersing myself in the natural elements, chasing the seasons, and taking full advantage of our short time on this beautiful planet.


Date of birth
United States
Home mountain
Wasatch Mountains
If there’s a will there’s a way.
Skiing, Mountain Biking, Surfing, Fly Fishing, Rock Climbing, Golf
Top results

X Games Tignes 2013 Gold (slopestyle), X Games Aspen 2014 Silver (slopestyle), X Games Aspen 2017 Silver (slopestyle), 2017 World Championships Gold (slopestyle), 2017 FIS World Cup overall winner (slopestyle), PyeongChang 2018 US Olympic Team member.


1. Favorite Dalbello Boot
Krypton T.I.
2. What do you use this boot for?
Backcountry/big mountain skiing
3. Why do you like this boot?
I mean this boot has always been the bread and butter of high performance downhill ski boots across the board, and to now have it feature a pin compatible toe just makes it that much better! Similar to the binding issue in the touring realm, certain features of touring boots designed to benefit uphill travel have sacrificed downhill performance. In this case, the walk mode featured in most touring boots on the market seems to affect the flex and overall rigidity of the boot. Dalbello, being at the forefront of ski boot innovation and technology, decided to solve the problem once and for all by simply throwing a pin compatible toe on their long loved Krypton boot. This boot paired with the Marker Duke PT binding has been the answer to all my problems when trying to ski high level backcountry lines or hitting big backcountry booters.
4. Why do you like being a part of the Dalbello team?
Dalbello are heavily involved in their athletes and keeping their athletes involved in the brand, i.e. product development. They play a major role in supplying the ski community with quality built high performance skis designed by the people that know best. Plus they do a lot to support events, films, and other projects which keep the sport alive.
5. How long have you been riding for Dalbello?
Come to think of it, Dalbello has been my longest standing sponsor to this day. I’ve been with them since the beginning of my professional ski career (roughly 2007), and even before that was skiing in Dalbello ski boots from a very young age. I like to think my feet have grown in the shape of a Dalbello ski boot because they’ve spent so much time in them over the years haha. I could and pretty much do live in my Dalbello ski boots.

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