April 05, 2016

Keefer Lake Catskiing Custom Graphic

Keefer Lake Catskiing is a homegrown BC operation, located in the Central Monashees, just east of the Okanagan Valley. Keefer inquired about a fleet of Skevik Skis for this season and were also interested in adorning them with a custom graphic. To keep that local vibe going, it was only natural to bring in Vernon dweller and regular Skevik artistic contributor, Andy Stein, to bring the design to life. Andy has been responsible for some of our most popular graphics over the past few years, so when we hooked him up with Keefer owner/operator, Jeff Gostlin, we were confident that something great would emerge.

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August 08, 2014

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Loken Review

The Loken is a perfect blend of what a skier would want: light and nimble in the trees and a confidence inspiring powerhouse in the bowls. Catskiing.ca

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November 20, 2013

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Anton Review

The [Anton] 185 was a good balance of a big mountain, beefy ski to handle all the variable conditions and high speed. The 122 mm underfoot and rocker give it great float in the pow, and still light enough and easy to crank around in tight chutes and trees. It's a bit wider than what most people would call the "one ski quiver", but it is one of my favorites to take out in the backcountry or on the ski hill. Catskiing.ca

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July 05, 2013

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Oda Review

The attention to details and quality of materials used in the Skevik product is top notch...Catskiing.ca

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April 18, 2013

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Anton Review

The float is unrivalled and allows the ski to bust through anything in their path and smooths out the choppiest of routes.BackcountrySkiingCanada.com

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February 27, 2013

Ski Canada Magazine

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

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