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Skis

Northland Skis

Northland Skis
$1499  Buy Comment

This Steamboat Springs based outfit has been handcrafting skis for over 100 years. Built using layers of fiberglass, Kevlar, carbon fiber, and wood, with full-edge sidecuts, they’re ideal for fast, smooth, and stable carved-turn skiing.

A Walk in the Park

A Walk in the Park

(NSFW: Language) Questionable musical lyrics aside, we’re loving the sweet grabs and landings that abound here in this inspired snowy video featuring freeskiing talent Tom Wallisch.

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Audi x Head Carbon Skis

Audi x Head Carbon Skis

The ultra-light Audi Carbon Ski concept is coming soon; the skis have a wooden core sandwiched by layers of aluminum and titanium and covered in carbon fiber, making them more rigid and agile.

Mount Superior Speed Fly

Mount Superior Speed Fly

If you ever wonder what it feels like to fly, this video makes it easier; Mount Superior in Utah is the spectacular setting for an inspired run down the mountain on skis – with parachutes attached.

Bentley x Zai Supersport

Bentley x Zai Supersport
~$9,700  Buy Comment

It ain’t powered by a V12, but Zai’s Supersport skis emulate Bentley’s penchant for tech and bling: they’re made with carbon fiber, chromium steel, and good ol’ fashioned cedar wood.

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