Friday, November 7, 2008

Freeride Foundation Is Going Global!

I just finished setting up international shipping options for Freeride Foundation! Since my brain is officially fried from this project, I'm reproducing our own press release below. Pass it on!

Freeride Foundation—the first and only online retail store dedicated to female gravity addicts—wants women the world over to look and feel their best while shredding singletrack. This unique website now ships women’s-specific downhill and freeride clothing and gear to 68 countries. Due to increasing requests to ship products internationally, Freeride Foundation has increased its sales area from the US and Canada to all of North America, Western Europe, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Chile, and Brazil. All of Freeride Foundation’s current brand offerings (Sombrio, Harlot, Twin Six, and Kona) are available for international purchase.

“We are excited to offer our growing product selection to women around the world. This expansion is timely as well, since Australia and New Zealand’s racing season is now in full swing,” says Jackie Baker, Freeride Foundation’s owner and founder. “The gravity disciplines are hugely popular in regions we’ve targeted. Now women in these areas can easily purchase the finest downhill and freeride clothing.”

Freeride Foundation now offers several shipping options to all customers. USPS Express delivers products within 1-2 days domestically and 6 days internationally. USPS Global Express delivers products internationally in 1-3 days. All orders totaling $100+ ship for free to the US, Canada, and Mexico. All other international orders totaling $200+ ship via USPS Express for just $20.

Freeride Foundation’s goal is to provide women with a comprehensive catalog of downhill and freeride clothing and gear in an inviting and entertaining environment. In addition to carrying women’s riding clothes from the industry’s top brands, the website offers an online community for gravity girls. To see if Freeride Foundation ships to your location, and to join the Freeride Foundation online community, visit

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