We are thrilled to roll out a collaborative ski and snowboard in partnership with the fine folks at Meier Skis out of Denver. This year’s model is based on variant of Rebecca Reitz‘ 2022 snow leopard art. Shop snowboards here, and skis here.
The ski is based on Meier’s High Noon.
Noon is fast approaching! This frontside ski is an all-mountain, frontside carver. With a similar shape as our best-selling Quickdraw, the wider profile from tip to tail and stiffer core is also 10mm wider underfoot. The design provides stability to hard-chargers and a bit extra float for everyone for powder, all without feeling sluggish underfoot. The dimensions of the ski provide quick edge-to-edge turns that can carve up the mountain as if on rails and the wood core made of Colorado beetle-kill pine, poplar and maple gives a quiet and stable ride.
Want an easy-turning one-ski quiver? The High Noon or the ski that inspired it, the Quickdraw, might be the ski for you!
The snowboard is based on the Native.
The Native (formerly called the Jim Bridger) pays homage to the first inhabitants of Colorado. Inspired by the Corsair plane, the V rocker in the center of the board engages in firm conditions while still allowing for soft float in powder. Riders find this hyper unique design performing well all over the state (and beyond!) in every condition from icy early season groomers, mid-winter pow and spring slush alike.
More information at www.meierskis.com