Yes, it’s still ski season, but the season of re-purposing old skis has come to an end. I’m getting ready to move this summer and the shop is being packed up. As such, I’m turning off purchases through this site until late summer just so I don’t miss fulfilling an order. If you can’t wait,Continue reading “Summer break”
Building furniture from skis apparently isn’t the only way to recycle old skis. SIA (Snowsports Industries America) has been rolling out a recycling program that is currently available in Denver, Reno, and Salt Lake City. For more information, visit their website and checkout the video below. Now I just need to find a way toContinue reading “SIA Ski Recycling Program”
Not really. However, when reading this article and seeing the associated picture (below) I did realize that I had used his same pair of skis in a few creations, such as a wine holder.
‘Tis the season for gift giving and skiing. Or the giving of old skis as gifts. The What we make webpage has been updated and shows all current product, though a few wine holders have already sold since the update. (Custom order pieces like tables and chairs are still custom order.) Business card holders andContinue reading “New items added”
If you’re in the Denver area and want to check out a ski coffee table in person, drop by the Patagonia Store in LoDo where one is on display for the winter season. Drop in, check out their ski and snowboard line, and have a seat to watch some Sweetgrass ski porn.