Meet Elena Hight - Volcom For Every Body Muse

We enlisted Elena for our Volcom For Every Body women’s campaign which embraces body positivity with all-inclusive women’s sizing options.

We’re so lucky to have such an incredible roster of talented and inspirational women joining us for our Volcom For Every Body campaign. Elena Hight is one in particular who has an impressive list of athletic achievements under her belt including being a two-time Olympian, X-Games Gold Medalist, seven-time X Games Medalist and much more. What’s even more inspiring is her passion for health, wellness and environmental issues. Continue reading to learn more about our favorite snowboarder!

What’s your favorite thing about denim? 

ELENA: “The best thing about denim is that they get better with age. The more you wear them the more they take on new personality and kind of grow with you.”

What does all-inclusive mean to you? 

ELENA: “To me all-inclusive is really a lack of judgement and its people supporting each other no mater what differences they see.”

LIBERATOR LEGGINGS

– Sizes up to 24W

– Available in three colorways

Figure-hugging, cropped styling, versatility from hip to hem, the Liberator Leggings is an easy look that dresses up or down. Includes just the right amount of stretch to give you movement while holding your shape.

LIBERATOR LEGGINGS

– Sizes up to 24W

– Available in three colorways

Figure-hugging, cropped styling, versatility from hip to hem, the Liberator Leggings is an easy look that dresses up or down. Includes just the right amount of stretch to give you movement while holding your shape.

How do you feel about the body positivity movement happening right now? 

ELENA:”I love that there’s so much supporting going on right now between everyone. It’s so great for everyone to just really focus on loving their own body and for us to be comfortable in our own skin. We are all made so differently but every body is beautiful.”

Why does denim matter? 

ELENA: “Denim matters because a classic pair of jeans never goes out of style.”