October 10, 2014


Our first ever sponsorship contest, #SkevikSponsorMe, was held at the beginning of last season, and after seeing all the amazing talent out there, setting up round two was an easy decision. With winter now on the snowsliders’ minds, we’re about to get the second annual #SkevikSponsorMe contest rolling. Ski skills are key but so are social media skills, show us you can generate great content and exposure. So gather your footage and photos, get ready to make an impression, and take note of the rules as we’d like to see everyone who wants in, to be in.

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August 12, 2014

Independent Skier Magazine

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.

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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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July 18, 2014

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THE WKND Custom Graphic

A brief correspondence on how a graphic came to be.

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April 24, 2014

AJ "Turbo" Cleary Fundraiser

On March 8th 2014 our community lost a father, a friend and so much more.

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April 03, 2014

Science of Snow: To Shred or Not to Shred?

From old school tests like the shovel shear test (SST) to the more modern propagation saw test (PST), backcountry shredders and avalanche professionals have a full quiver of snowpack tests that provide some information about slope stability. But which test should we use and when? Are there conditions where one particular test is more appropriate? Should we even bother digging?

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March 13, 2014

Science of Snow: The Deep Slab

The University of Calgary ASARC program has made this problem an active research topic. We are waiting for big avalanches to happen, then jumping in cars, buses, helicopters, etc. to access the site and record as much data as we safely can.

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March 04, 2014

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Dumontet Heritage Graphic

Skevik Skis is named after our Great Grandfather, Anton Skevik, from Norway and we wanted to honour him through one of our graphics. We had some old photos to work with but weren’t exactly sure how to combine things into a coherent, meaningful and aesthetic design for a topsheet. After seeing the artwork of Okanagan based Liz Dumontet at UBCO showing in the Vernon Public Art Gallery, we felt quite strongly that she could be the one to make our ideas come to life.

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