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.
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.
‘Tis the season for ski/snowboard films. Recently checked out MSP’s Superheroes of Stoke, which followed the progression of skiing over the last 20 years. As you can imagine, a lot of old skis in there, some of which I recognized from recent projects. At minute 0:59, for instance, the pair of Head skis that IContinue reading “Superheroes of Stoke and Old Head Skis”
In case you keep several bottles on hand, we now have ski wine racks that hold more than one bottle. These are all made to order so contact us for details and pricing. Check out all ski wine racks on the What we make page.