cobra_commanderWho are you and why should I buy your skis?
seriously, does anyone read anything anymore? I know that is a stock overview of the company and im sure they will say some more in this thread but here is a start for you, right from their website.
"At Revision Skis, our focus is on keeping it positive and having as much fun as possible while skiing. We are a small, word-of-mouth company that is passionate about freestyle skiing and the creativity that it fosters. We make skis that we personally love to ride because we know our passion will translate to other skiers. A wonderful aspect of skiing is that everybody has their own style. We are a family of skiers who are riding for the love of skiing and having good times with our friends. Ultimately, skiing is about having fun, doing your own thing and not being confined by rules and regulations. You don’t need a coach, a bunch of money, or even a mountain to have fun. All you need is a set of skis and a vision.
One of the core values of Revision Skis is that we believe it is okay to make mistakes. We are a small company that views mistakes as an opportunity to grow and elevate our game to the next level. Just like in skiing, we expect to fall down, brush ourselves off, go bigger, and stomp it the next time around.
Revision’s skis are handcrafted with an acute attention to detail inside and out. Our culture fosters individuality, in-depth rider feedback and most importantly, having fun. Passion is the foundation of Revision Skis and the rider will feel it come through without question. We are a family made up of individuals with unique viewpoints, complimentary styles, and an enthusiasm to design skis that we personally have fun riding on.
You may notice us using #SeparateYourself in our posts across social media networks. The idea of ‘Separating Yourself’ has great meaning to us as we are a small, word-of-mouth freestyle skiing company doing our own thing in the industry. Our goal, first and foremost, is to have fun and design skis that we want to ride. We aren’t looking to make sacrifices in order to be the next ‘big thing’ in the industry. Freestyle skiing is about style and individuality and we are happy to be doing things our own way."