Yes! We build every pair of skis in house in our own small factory in Boyne City, MI.
Our factory and showroom are located at 100 Air Industrial Park Drive, Boyne City, MI 49712.
Since 2005! We started as a hobby building skis in 2005 and in 2008 released our first small line to the public. In 2011 we moved into our first commercial location. in 2016 we expanded into a larger location, and in October 2020 we again expanded and moved into our current factory at 100 Air Industrial Park Drive, Boyne City, MI.
Custom skis generally take 2 weeks to produce from time of your final design approval. During the summer months, we group similar builds together and ship by October 15th.
Yes we do! We craft a limited number of standard models for Fall and Winter sales, once those are sold out we start producing on an build-to-order basis. We incorporate lean manufacturing in our facility and can produce your skis within a few days if the stock is sold out.
Sulo "Shaggy" Lehto was our co-founders' grand/great-grand uncle. Shaggy carved skis by hand in Kearsarge Michigan, deep within Michigan's Copper Country in the early 1900s. With great pride, the family heritage is forever ingrained in our brand.
Yes we do! Please call us at 231-459-4323 to schedule a tour or email email@example.com.
- Safety glasses, Z87+ (provided)
- Closed toe shoes
- Tie up hair beyond shoulder length
- No loose clothing such as hoodie strings (tuck them in)
No, we do not sell or mount any bindings.
We generally recommend the Marker Griffon or Marker Squire for general use. Our skis are compatible with just about any binding that is sold separately from skis.
You brake width should be equal to or greater in size than the waist width of your skis. For example if you get the Ahmeek 105, your brake width should be at least 105 mm wide.
On each ski we stamp a horizontal notch at the boot midsole location. Your local ski shop will line that notch up with their binding jig to correctly position your bindings.
You may adjust your mounting position based on individual requirements.
We use USPS Priority Mail and UPS Ground for the vast majority of our shipments.
If you do not receive home delivery from the Post Office, please provide your PO Box for shipping. If you do not have a PO Box, please note that your order cannot ship via USPS. In this event, we will ship UPS Ground.
We are also happy to use an expedited UPS shipping service per your request and at your own expense.
Ski and softgoods orders over $99 ship free anywhere in the United States. This excludes sneeze guards and some PPE products - those are calculated at checkout.
Softgoods orders under $99 ship for $5.
Industry orders and select used products are subject to shipping charges.
Yes we do! Shipping rates are calculated both in the cart and at checkout. Any duties and/or taxes are paid by the receiver (you). Shipping via USPS Priority International can usually reduce your duties vs UPS/Fedex.
Yes! Just choose "Local Pickup" as your shipping option at checkout.
Yes. We offer worldwide shipping via UPS. Shipping charges at checkout are $100, if the our actual shipping charges exceed that amount, we will contact you with a quote.
We offer ski financing via Bread. Please visit our Ski Financing page for more information.
Yes we do! You can hold your skis with a $100 down payment and $100/month. No fees, skis ship when paid off.
You will need to call us at 231-459-4323 to process payments, it cannot be done online.
Not sure what length will suit you best? Use the chart below to get in the right ballpark.
If you really want to dial in your model and/or length choice, give us a call for expert, one-on-one, advice from a skier: (231)459-4323
Here's a basic chart to get you started.
Sizing skis is a little bit of an art and a little bit of a science. There are numerous factors that all effect the optimal ski length for you.
A few of the factors are:
The list could go on and on, but if you need help with the decision, always feel free to call us at 231.459.4323, live chat, or email us!