July 08, 2021


Early Bird Sale

skier at silver star carving

The days are getting shorter and Winter is getting closer everyday :) For the month of July, we are pushing savings your way with our annual Early Bird Sale. Place your order before August 1st and save $100 CAD off a new set of skis or make it a bundle with bindings and save $150 CAD total!

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November 02, 2019


Okanagan Spring Brewery Collaboration

Skevik x Okanagan Spring Brewery collab skis on display at Big White Liquor Store

It’s difficult to imagine skiing without beer. As far as beverages are concerned, it is certainly the most intertwined with our chosen sport and lifestyle. Sorry, Redbull. Separating the two seems both impossible and irresponsible. Given that we are in the ski industry, it would follow that we are no stranger to a beer or two. Consequently, we’re also no stranger to working with those who make beer.

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January 25, 2019


November 02, 2017


Triumph Coffee Exhibit

Loken skis displayed above booths at Triumph Coffee

Once you’ve experienced quality, it’s hard to live without it. Just like our handmade ski construction process, every cup of Triumph Coffee starts with a careful selection of beans before being converted into liquid gold for your adventure’s fuel.

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November 01, 2017


April 04, 2017

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Scheske Graphic

In 1991, the computer game SkiFree was released by Microsoft along with the operating system Windows 3.0a. It was a very simple game that was fun to play and managed to keep me and my friends entertained at night waiting for the next ski day to come along. The simple mechanics of the game, the field of open objects dotted across an expanse of white, and the hope that your run might never end; they all captured the essence of skiing in the most basic way. I wanted to create a graphic that could create some of that magic.

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February 10, 2017


December 09, 2016

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Clement Graphic

We first discovered #bcartist, Sarah Clement, during a routine hunt for artists on Instagram. Immediately fascinated by the objects she had created, and the style applied to them, we saw common ground in a rooted passion for the outdoors and adventure. Objects like a lantern, a compass, match sticks, maple leaves and other things you might see while out for a walk (or a ski) in Canada.

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