Vasa Photo Shoot – Behind the Scenes

Vasa Photo Shoot

Alex Meyer looks on as Eric Neilsen coaches Caroline Weaver on technique for a photo sequence.

On March 12th, 2013, we held a Vasa photo shoot in Burlington, Vermont to capture some of our new products in action — which you’ll be able to see on our Web site very soon!

In the meantime, here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the photo shoot.

Harvard swimmer Caroline Weaver, U.S. open water swimmer Alex Meyer, and Level 4 ASCA and multisport coach Eric Neilsen joined us as models to expertly demonstrate Vasa equipment.

Stay tuned for the updated Vasa product line, coming very soon!

Check out the full Behind-the-Scenes album on Facebook! >>


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