10 years ago we pressed our first skis in a garage in Frisco, CO. The garage was underground and people were buying skis with 30 packs. From this our name was born and our first graphic was made.
The 10 year rippah has that same first year graphic on it with the same performance as the Rippah.
We wanted to create a park ski designed exclusively with our athletes. Bad meets Evil skiiers Ben Smith and Ethan Swadburg joined our team and helped design and build every aspect of this ski. Tested in our backyard and abused by our athletes we have designed what we think is the most versatile park ski out there. A core freestyle ski, from the construction to its shape embodies an instrument created for expressionism. A lightweight poplar core provides the platform for low swing-weight and playful yet responsive flex. The burly construction holds up to over-flexing, hitting rails and the occasional concrete wall ride.
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The BME team in action
The BME boys and the Rippah starring in Level 1's Pleasure
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