I traded for a pair of brand new Icelantic Da'Nollies that were 3 or 4 years old? (the model with the hands and tentacles on them) The skis were absolutely amazing. They were incredible light, and had a very nice, soft flex to them. You could flex these things to a half circle, and yet I still had no problem throwing down on huge jumps. They were also incredibly durable; I had a total of 32 edge breaks after one season and only had three 1/4" pieces of edge fall off. The top sheet had basically no huge damages, and I would still be riding them today if I didn't get hooked up with LINE. My friend is currently riding them, and these skis are so much fun. I just wish the prices on these skis haven't gone up. They are a really fun ski, and Icelantic really makes a quality ski!
just watched the whole thing. so damn cool. seems like a really well-run company and a cool group of people with the right idea. their graphics are fucking amazing. hell yeah im stoked i just watched that.
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ďThis life I am living, what I do everyday, I mean itís unreal, Itís every single day I ski, every single day I am out in the mountains with my friends, I love so much, Itís like the righteous day, the fullest day, itís every day man, it is an absolute blessing to be doing what Iím doing and never will I take it for grantedĒ - CRJ
Haha you mean like virtually every other ski and snowboard company? At least Never Summer is located in Colorado and isn't overseas. Also, Icelantic and others (RMU) do make their own skis, they only use Never Summer's infrastructure to do so. Again, just like most other companies.