The flagship Skevik ski is a fitting tribute to the man behind the name, our great grandfather, Mr. Anton Skevik. Featuring a symmetrical tip/tail rocker and taper to go along with a healthy sidecut and hint of camber underfoot, the Anton’s versatility in handling a wide range of conditions is unrivaled. Tree skiing is where the Anton really shines due to their playfulness and nimble characteristics along with the ability to quickly scrub speed at a moments notice. Available in three widths — 102, 112, and 122mm — the Anton covers a wide spectrum of skiing.
Grab the 102mm if you rip everything at the resort, terrain park included, or even if you’re just a little on the lighter side and don’t need the extra building materials on your feet. Go 112mm if you’re after something a little floatier that’s a great weight/size ratio and makes a perfect all-around touring ski. Of course, the original 122mm is still kicking and is a perfect selection both on the ski hill and off in the unpredictable wilds of the backcountry.
Maple wood is processed into vertically laminated cores, creating the solid foundation of all our skis. Each core is CNC machined in-house to define a precise flex pattern. The end-grain of the core is protected by UHMW tipfill while the sidewalls expose maple's natural beauty. Linseed oil is applied for further enhancements. For more sidewall info, check this blog post.
Building on our core strength, we layer triaxial fiberglass both above and below, with strips of unidirectional carbon on the bottom layer. This adds pop and increases the strength-to-weight ratio.
The sliding surface is the finest 4001 sintered UHMW base you can find. All our bases are black with coloured die-cut logos, making them simple, fast and more durable than the clear sublimated bases that are popular throughout the industry.
Our steel edges are hardened, sandblasted and primed for bonding, using Kevlar at the end to reinforce and tie into the ski. You won’t find edges on our tips and tails as they add unnecessary weight and are in an area that's prone to delaminating.
To bond everything together we bring in Super Sap resin. Entropy Resins exchanges petroleum for renewable plant-based carbon with no compromises, helping us produce great skis with a lower environmental impact. We also use rubber to improve bonding between the dissimilar materials.
The skis are finished and protected by the most durable, chip-resistant nylon topsheet you can find. Essential when you have a collection of amazing artists’ hard work to show off.