As the name suggests, the All-Mountain is designed to tackle the entire mountain. From butterning knuckles and finding sidehits on groomers to touring off the back to the lift, this ski has you covered. At Epilog, this is everyone's day-to-day ski, and we use it for everything from park riding to touring.
The Big-Mountain ski is our top pick for big, steep lines. With its more directional sidecut, and generous tip taper, this is a great 'point-and-go' ski. With a stock full-carbon layup, this ski is the stiffest in our lineup, and light enough to get you deep into the mountains on your own two feet.
This ski was designed with images of big slashes and creative backcountry tricks in mind. A slightly softer flex than the Big Mountain, and a near symmetric sidecut, combined with our camber- free profile mean that this ski is all about having fun in soft conditions. Plenty of width, as well as hefty rocker make these all but impossible to sink, so you can feel confident landing switch in the deep.
Each pair of skis leaves our factory with a flat stone structured based. This is one process we can’t do as well as a dedicated professional, so we take our skis to the best tuners around, who just happen to be located in our backyard.
Because we do everything in-house, from printing graphics to laminating rough lumber into cores, we are able to maintain quality control throughout the manufacturing process and spot any errors that might occur, and remove defective items from the production line.
Our epoxy resin is certified by the US Department of Argriculture as a biobased product due to its use of plant waste and co-product in its manufacture. This is compared to typical petroleum-based resins with substantially larger carbon footprints.
The process of pouring our sidewalls rather than using solid strips allows us to achieve a continuous protective barrier around the core and minimize waste by pouring material only where it is needed.
Each pair of skis is manufactured and checked by us in our downtown facility. Not designed in Vancouver and made somewhere else, but produced – from the printing of graphics to the stamping of the serial number, by Epilog in a single
We hand-select every piece of rough lumber that ends up in our skis. The mix of species optimizes weight, vibration dampening and flexural characteristics.
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