In Utah, we have the best snow on Earth, and there’s enough to share with everyone. That’s why we like to support the local ski industry. In this spirit, we’ve compiled a list of Utah ski companies with a local connection. Whether you’re looking for a major brand and ski shop where you can pick up all your gear, or you’re looking for that one special item to complete your collection, we can help. Find what you need from a trusted brand at a store near you. You’ll be on the slopes before you know it.



AtomicEco-friendly manufacturer and one-stop ski service that offers high-end ski equipment and a comprehensive snow safety course. OGDEN

Dynastar SkisPerformance ski manufacturer known for its Powerdrive technology. Also offers bags, poles, and skins. PARK CITY

Kuhl ClothingClothing company that prides itself on focusing on its products, rather than its brand. Wade through the summer offerings and you’ll find some great ski apparel. Used to be Alfwear back in the 80s. MURRAY

4FRONT SkisAward-winning skis with a ski finder tool that will personalize the skis to your tastes and style. Also find bindings, poles, clothing, and skins. SALT LAKE CITY

Black Diamond EquipmentOutdoor equipment manufacturer that focuses primarily on climbing and ski gear. They also have general hiking and other general outdoor apparel. SALT LAKE CITY

Char Poles
—Known for multi-functional carbon ski poles with hands-free strap, solid-lock adjustability, and carbide tips. Enough to make you think about buying your ski poles separately. SALT LAKE CITY

Chimera SnowboardsBackcountry snowboard and splitboard manufacturer known for its BUHMPER technology that disrupts the convention of a prominent steel edge. Known for splitboards that ride like snowboards. Ideal for the Wasatch backcountry. SALT LAKE CITY

Demon United
—Started out and continues to be known as a ski and snowboard equipment manufacturer. Has since expanded to helmets, goggles, pads, and guards for “all types of gravity sports.” OREM

Descente North AmericaHigh-end ski clothing and apparel manufacturer known for its Motion 3D Fit, Supersonic and Pinsonic for welding seams, and other design technologies. LAYTON

Discrete ClothingPrimarily a headwear manufacturer that does a lot of print and design pieces including hats, beanies, neck buffs, and headbands. They also do shirts and a few other apparel items. SALT LAKE CITY

DPS SkisHigh-end ski manufacturer known for several innovations including the “pure prepreg carbon fiber sandwich ski,” “the first 120mm powder pintail,” and “the first rockered ski with sidecut.” Also offers a full range of accessories and apparel. SALT LAKE CITY

GOODE Ski TechnologiesSki manufacturer known for high-performance carbon skis in a variety of sizes, styles, and graphic designs. Also does ski poles and apparel.

Grassroots PowdersurfingStrap- and binding-free snowboard manufacturer that offers a new kind of experience on the mountain that they’re calling powsurfing.

HaltiOutdoor gear and apparel manufacturer that focuses on Nordic skiing and other extreme, long-endurance outdoor activities. High-functioning and fashionable. PARK CITY

Hart Ski Corporation
—Ski manufacturer that is best known for its mogul skis, but also does “all mountain” and “big mountain” skis as well. They also do closeout sales of last year’s line. OGDEN

Hess Corporate TravelTravel agency that focuses on corporate travel packages but other types of individual and group travel as well. Can definitely craft a ski travel experience you won’t forget. BOUNTIFUL

Intermountain Ski Areas AssociationIn addition to Utah, ISSA is made up of member organizations from Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Includes all the major resorts and manufacturers in Utah.

Launch Pad GearManufacturer of specialized gear for teaching young students how to ski. Known best for the Hookease, the Wedgease and the Ski Harness. OGDEN

Liberty MountainLarge wholesale distributor for skis, climbing, and other technical outdoor gear across the U.S. SALT LAKE CITY

Niche SnowboardsEco-friendly manufacturer of snowboards with creative designs and “lighter, snappier, and more durable” snowboards. HOLLADAY

Nitro SnowboardsSnowboard manufacturer with tons of options that you can narrow down by your personal riding style, ski characteristics, and special features. Also does snow boots and other apparel. SALT LAKE CITY

Pallas SnowboardsSnowboards designed with women in mind. They use BUHMPER Edges, sandwich construction, and a textured topsheet material. SALT LAKE CITY

POC SportsOutdoor gear and apparel manufacturer. They do almost everything except skis and snowboards. You can find helmets, goggles, and plenty of other ski accessories and apparel. SALT LAKE CITY

Pret HelmetsSki and snowboard helmet company. Need a helmet? That’s all these people do, and they’re really good at it. PARK CITY

RossignolSki manufacturer with a wide range of gear and apparel. Find snowboards, alpine, and Nordic skis. You can get all your ski gear, ski wear, as well as more general apparel. PARK CITY

ROXAHigh-end Italian ski boot manufacturer that has a local Utah presence. SALT LAKE CITY

Saga OuterwearOutdoor apparel for men and women. They like to offer seasonal and bundled discounts. SALT LAKE CITY

SkiA DesignsManufacturer of ski trainers and training programs so that you can learn to ski and refine your skills on dry-land or hard-pack snow. SANDY

SkullcandyHeadphone and earbud manufacturer that specializes in wireless hardware that’s perfect for skiers. PARK CITY

SNOCRUSnowsports app that tracks your ski activity including top speed, distance, altitude, vertical gain/descent, number of runs, and slope angle. Also lets you compete against other skiers. PARK CITY

VoileSki manufacturer that specializes in cross-country skiing and backcountry adventures in general. Find boards, skis, bindings, skins, poles, straps, and more. SALT LAKE CITY

WintersteigerManufacturer of ski service machines and rentals. Great for small ski shops and personal workshops to fine-tune your skis. They also do something similar for boots, called BootDoc. SALT LAKE CITY



We’ve had some great years recently, but even when business isn’t booming, the Utah ski industry is itself a dynamic landscape in which new companies are emerging. If we’ve missed your company or favorite local brand, let us know. We want to maintain a current and comprehensive resource for people in Utah. Want even more exposure? Write to Jeremy at about advertising, email campaigns, and other ways to promote your brand.