March 11, 2016

According to the weather for this weeks racing is going to be warm.  



Base temps 31-38F

Summit 26-33F



Base temps 29-36F 

Summit 31-25F

Snow and rain possible with up to 5inches in the upper mountain.  


Both days fall well within the ran...

March 28, 2015

Last month Utah Adventure Journal’s Paul Oelerich came down to the shop and interviewed Todd about his passion for skis. Here’s the full article. You can also pick up a hard copy at one of your favorite outdoor stores.

Building It By Hand- For The Love Of Snow


December 13, 2014

1.  They feel too sharp


Sharp edges are great, when done properly. There is good sharp, and there is bad sharp. When a shop runs your skis across the machine side edge grinder to sharpen them, and they don't hand finish them, it can roll a bur from the edge, to the sid...

November 6, 2014

On November 7th and 8th, we will be exhibiting at the Utah Outdoor Adventure Gear Expo. What can you expect? Our newest line of race inspired all mountain skis, with our cutting edge PI technology, as wel as KneeBindings, Swix poles and skituning gear.


You can buy...

November 2, 2014

It is 70 degrees right now but snow will be here before you know it.  Are you ready? Maybe you are lucky enough to travel the world and follow the snow all the way to Las Lenas, which means you can skip this post. No? Neither are we. Whether you ski 100 days a year, or...

February 17, 2014

It's easy to get lost at the huge Denver convention center during the SIA 2014 - Especially when they have a couple hundred vendor booths. It felt like heaven for any snow sport fanatic. Although we are not in the market to carry skis or clothing like larger shops, we...

December 2, 2013

In March of 2013, we had the pleasure of exploring one of Europe's most popular skiing destinations. Ischgl is the lively Austrian town at the base of the Silvretta Arena Ischgl-Samnaun ski resort. Known for its accessibility, wide terrain, and lively après ski, we wer...

October 22, 2013

Does every skier know why it is important to tune their skis? Maybe. The simply answer is they will glide better and turn easier. Sharp edges make your skis grip and perform better. But why?


Wax lubricates the base of your ski. When skis hit the snow, it creates fricti...

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