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About the Ski Brands We Carry
Atomic continued to expand its range, and in 1989, it became the first one-stop supplier for skis, bindings, boots and poles. Ski production peaked at 831,000 pairs in 1991 and 1992. Atomic has long been a dominant force in both the alpine and nordic ski racing worlds. It shows in their entire line of high-performance gear. Race technology has made Atomic's freeride skis, alpine boots, skate skis, and touring gear some of the best and most respected in the world.
As the industry’s first rider-owned, rider-operated ski manufacturer, Armada has a history of bucking convention and pioneering its own way. In the late ‘90s, the progression of skiing had slowed and the freestyle spirit of snowboarding was attracting countless new disciples. Although athletes like Tanner Hall and JP Auclair were redefining not only what was possible on a pair of skis but also what it meant to be a skier, the industry giants were slow to share in their vision. To the athletes, it was clear that an entirely new type of skiing was on the horizon, creating a void in the industry that needed to be filled.
Despite a lack of business experience, a tight-knit group of skiing’s most progressive athletes hatched the idea of a rider-owned and operated ski company. The original group of co-founders included Tanner Hall, JP Auclair, JF Cusson, Julien Regnier, Boyd Easley, and ski photographer Chris O’Connell. Together, with the help of business-savvy friend Hans Smith, Armada was born under the statement “we are what skiing will become.” And fourteen years later, that statement has become a reality.
Blizzard is an Austrian ski company that's dedicated to making top quality skis for every level of skier. All Blizzard Skis are designed and manufactured in Austria under the watchful eye of their team of R&D, construction, production technology and quality control personnel. When you buy Blizzard, you know you're getting a ski that has been rigorously tested and manufactured at the highest level of quality.
Fischer's prestigious racing heritage is reflected in their full line of alpine and nordic ski equipment. From skinny skate skis to fat telemark skis, Fischer's designs dominate. Their full line of ski bindings, boots, and poles push the performance envelope on the mountain each and every year.
Head takes the most advanced technology available and crams it into their skis and boots with impressive results. Anyone who owns Head equipment is fiercely loyal for a reason-their alpine skis and boots are responsive, stable, and powerful.
Boasting more than 100 years of history, Rossignol is among the oldest and most highly respected ski brands in the world. Rossignol’s story is marked by humble origins, innovative design, and more World Cup and Olympic racing victories than you’d care to count. And although the Rossignol brand has changed and evolved over the last 100 years, it is still actively shaping the future of skiing with innovative boots, bindings, and skis like the award-winning Soul 7.
Volkl, Völkl, Voelkl - however you spell it, however you say it live for big, steep and deep lines. After nearly 90 years of making skis in the small Bavarian town of Straubing, Germany, Volkl continues to innovate and push boundaries with skis like the Volkl Kiku, which takes advantage of Volkl's women-specific Bio-logic technology. Look for Volkl team athletes like Ingrid Backstrom, Jess McMillan, Dash Longe, and Dylan Hood in this year's top ski movies, and expect Volkl to bring home editors' choice awards from mags like Freeskier, Powder, and Ski Press.