We all recognize that the future of skiing depends on the health of the environment. As skiers, we are deeply passionate about the natural beauty of the mountain landscapes we love to explore. That’s why we take our responsibility to protect the environment seriously, and as a ski company, we are committed to sustainability in everything we do.

Advanced Materials

We’re using the most innovative, sustainable alternatives to traditional materials that perform exceptionally and minimize our environmental impact. We source most of these materials from Europe, reducing the carbon footprint of our supply chain.

Flax fiber

Flax fiber is an environmentally conscious material that boasts outstanding mechanical properties and unmatched vibration absorption characteristics, making it an optimal choice for ski construction. Flax grows naturally in Europe, needs only a small amount of water and nutrients to thrive, and its cultivation and processing require no harmful chemicals.

Basalt fiber

Basalt fiber derives solely from natural basalt volcanic rock without the addition of any chemicals. These fibers are sustainable and environmentally neutral, as their residue in the environment will not damage any ecosystem. Basalt fibers are perfect for the structural reinforcement of composites, having superior strength and rigidity over traditional glass fibers.

Biobased epoxy

Our skis are constructed using biobased epoxy resin, which includes components sourced from renewable biological sources. Combined with more efficient production processes, this helps minimize harmful byproducts and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, while in terms of performance, it delivers comparable results to traditional epoxy resins.

Built to Last

Our approach emphasizes the synergy between sustainability and durability. We constantly seek the most suitable designs, materials, and production methods to achieve this balance. Whenever sustainable options may compromise durability, we opt for more traditional solutions. Similarly, we prioritize thicker and more durable materials even if it results in a slight increase in weight, as durability is a key aspect for us.

Thick edges

We use thick edges that can significantly increase the lifespan of our skis. They allow for more sharpening and offer better protection against impacts with rocks and other hazards on the mountain. Thicker edges are also less prone to bending or breaking themself, and additionally, they contribute even more to the overall stiffness of the ski.

ABS sidewalls

Among the features designed to boost the durability of our skis is the use of super wide abs sidewalls in their construction. These offer exceptional support for the edges and shock absorption to protect the core. Although this involves an increase in ski weight, this type of sandwich construction is more resistant and easier to repair.

Tip/tail reinforcement

In most skis, the edge is interrupted in the last part of the tip and tail. The alternative is often to use the ski edge to surround its entire perimeter. We have decided to go further and replace the tip and tail edge with stainless steel inserts to offer better protection and corrosion resistance on those exposed and notoriously fragile points.

On-Demand Manufacturing

This manufacturing method allows us to reduce our carbon footprint by building skis upon receipt of an order, ensuring that we only produce what is needed and reducing excess inventory and waste. Consequently, it also eliminates the need for large storage spaces for materials and goods.

Ski Repair Service

We think the best way available to us to improve skiing sustainability is to make sure that your current equipment last as long as possible. That’s why we offer a ski repair service for all brands. By repairing instead of replacing, we can significantly reduce the environmental impact of skiing.