Kelowna's Daily Courier featured the partnership of Skevik Skis, Keefer Lake Catskiing and Andy Stein last month. Read the full story below — put together by Dudley Coulter of Peak Public Relations. Vernon's Morning Star picked up the story afterwards for a November 6th publication.View full article →
BC Job Makers featured Skevik Skis at the beginning of this year. BC Job Makers recognize four entrepreneurs each month, spotlighting their successes on the BC Jobs Plan website.
The small, local manufacturer also differentiates itself from the giants with a brand focused on its Canadian roots, and with top sheet design personalization options. Now, with seven different models that are each created to withstand and perform in varying terrain and snow conditions — from groomers to powder and all-mountain to park — the Andersons are celebrating their decade of ski building.Vancouver Sun
Independent Skier Magazine just released their Ski Buyer's Guide featuring Skevik Skis. Independent Skier Magazine is an app that features the highest quality storytelling with the best production values and user experience available. They are focused on covering all aspects of skiing: the sport, the lifestyle, and the mountains through words, images, video, and audio.
Last Frontier Heliskiing featured Skevik Skis on their daily blog!
Located in Vernon, BC, which is blessed with some of the driest snow on earth, brothers Glenn and Gregg Anderson took their love for tinkering, passion for skiing and ambition to make skiing a way of life and started a ski company. Not an easy thing to do. When older brother Gregg was working in the repair shop at Silver Star, he spent a lot of his down time taking apart old skis and seeing how they were made.Last Frontier Heliskiing
The Anderson brothers started the Skevik brand in Vernon, B.C., a few years ago. Our test team really liked the way this ski walked the line between old-school performance and new-school playfulness. Testers enjoyed the easy initiation and lazy feel while having enough high-end performance to keep the experts happy when it came time to tip it over and carve. It’s always nice to support manufacturers who are still building skis one pair at a time, and most skiers wouldn’t be disappointed with the Anton.Ski Canada Magazine