I really love getting feedback from my customers. I recently got this email and thought I would share it. Saturday was day 7 on the new skis. It ended up being the perfect day to get a true feel for the new skis in an (almost) all condition new england day. The night before we headed up to Wildcat we arrived with some rain showers and temps just above freezing. Saturday morning […]Read More
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A happy customer writes in….
I love getting messages from customers, I’ve always thought that customer feedback and honest reviews are vital to the evolution of my designs. This is the best way that I know of for me to improve as a ski designer and builder. I received the email below from a customer today. It never fails to put a smile on my face when I get feedback like this. I’m really happy with the skis […]Read More
2021-22 Gear review….in a word or two, crushed it
One of the last pairs of skis I built for the year was a pair that I will potentially send to the Backcountry Magazine Gear test in March of 2022. I’ve not named this ski yet but I have some thoughts about this ski that I want to put into writing. Origins This ski is a copy of a ski I built for a Smuggs local last season. This particular customer happens to be one […]Read More
I’ve recently gotten several questions relating to how a pair of WhiteRoom skis should be tuned. A proper tune can make a world of difference on how a ski behaves and performs. With the evolution of modern ski design, tuning has also evolved to adapt to these new designs that include both rocker and camber as well as mixed sidecut designs.Read More
Divergent BC Review
I finally got to ski the updated model of my Divergent model which was featured in the 2020 Backcountry Magazine Gear Issue last fall. This ski is a 182 cm with 135/108/123mm for width. The tip has a 30 cm rocker and the tail has 25 cm of rocker. There is 3 mm of camber underfoot. The inside edge has a 21.5 meter radius and the outside edge is 19.5 meters. The weight of the original […]Read More
Vermont Magazine – What Happens When a Skier’s Hobby Goes Haywire
In the spring of 2018 I was interviewed by Vermont Magazine for an article about WhiteRoom Custom Skis and the story of how I got into building custom skis. Their writer and skier Mark Aiken, came to visit me at WRS HQ. We talked skis, ski building and I showed him around my shop. I think Mark does a great job capturing how WhiteRoom Skis came into existence. Please click the link and take a a […]Read More
Vermont Public Radio
WhiteRoom Skis was featured in a VPR interview about the customs skis market in Vermont. You can listen to the piece as it aired here.Read More
WhiteRoom Skis got some recent press in the Stowe Reporter the past couple weeks: Not just another pretty ski Gift ideas for the man in your lifeRead More