In Febuary 2011, rumors circulated that DYE was preparing to unveil Ski and Snowboard gear. A sneak peak of the new snow line was offered in a top secret booth at the 2011 PSP World Cup, while other elements were held for the Snow Show. Until now, not much has been known about this new DYE Snow line.
A few minutes ago we were alerted that DYE was launching the 2012 DYE Snow line at the Snow Show in Denver, CO. The DYE Snow line will be available for the world to see tomorrow through Sunday. If you are in the area, be sure to stop by booth #515. For those of you who are unable to make it, DYESnow.com is now online.
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Tampa Bay Damage, winners of the 2011 PSP World Cup, have taken a crucial element of the Russian Legion’s starting line. Only minutes ago, Tampa Bay Damage and Justin Rabackoff inked a deal for the 2012 pro paintball season. Prior to signing his deal with Damage, J-Rab played with PSP World Cup runners up, the Russian Legion. ProPaintball insiders speculate that once the Russians learn of J-Rab’s departure, the team will rapidly look to fill the void.
In 2010, Justin Rabackoff was selected as SplatMagazine’s paintball player of the year. In recent years J-Rab has split his time between two teams. In the PSP, he competes with the Russian Legion. In the NPPL, with DC Arsenal. ProPaintball has confirmed that Justin Rabackoff will play exclusively with Tampa Bay Damage in both the NPPL and PSP series throughout the 2012 paintball season.
This won’t be Justin’s first time playing with Tampa Bay Damage. In 2010, J-Rab joined the team to compete in the NPPL and contributed to the teams win in Chicago, Vegas, and the NPPL 2010 Series title.
Tampa Bay Damage is a DYE Precision paintball team. As such, Justin Rabackoff will be wearing head to toe DYE paintball gear and shooting a DYE Damage DM12 paintball gun.
Damage was already a great team and this pick up only makes them stronger. Will Tampa Bay Damage take the 2012 Paintball Series?
It’s what we do on Sundays - Alex Hodge - Dunedin, NZ
Asked by Anonymous
thanks for the message, and we would love to be able to sponsor teams but unfortunately don’t have the resources to do so at the moment. We’ll be at the Wellington tournament in October though shooting footage and partying. Hopefully we’ll see you guys there?