Celebrating TUDOR’s #BornToDare spirit, David Beckham joins Norwegian Olympic snowboard medallist, Kjersti Buaas, in a backcountry adventure in the Alps.
On the mountain that day David Beckham was wearing the Black Bay P01 model, based on a legendary prototype developed in the late 1960s and proposed to the US Navy. This watch is equipped with a high-performance TUDOR Manufacture calibre complete with silicon balance-spring and 70-hour power reserve. Kjersti Buaas wore the Black Bay model with a burgundy bezel and matching fabric strap, a vintage-inspired diving watch paying homage to more than 60 years of perfecting the ideal time-keeping instrument for divers.
TUDOR recently invited David Beckham to step out of his comfort zone, once again. This time he experienced backcountry snowboarding in the Alps, under the guidance of Norwegian snowboarder Kjersti Buaas, four-time Olympian and Olympic medallist in half-pipe.
Climbing in the early hours, the pair reach the top of a slope and enjoy a solo first-track down the mountain. “It's a great thing to be behind, and try and learn from a world-class athlete. It's been an incredible experience and I want to do more. What do we do next? I don't know. It's like we say, born to dare.” Beckham said.