For the 22/23 season we have maintained the modified shape of the Riveter collection of last season and continue to offer the widest all-mountain women’s ski, the Riveter 104. Winning an Editor’s Choice Award from FREESKIER Magazine, the additional width in the waist helps provide a more versatile option on deeper and snowier days.
The Riveter all-mountain collection was designed to provide skis that could serve as a true one-ski quiver; so if you find yourself skiing varied terrain and fresh snow more often than not, the Riveter 104 is the perfect ski for you.
Riveter All-Mountain Collection 2022/2023
The Riveter All-Mountain Collection is designed for versatility and control. NEW for the 21/22 season we have added the Riveter 104, offering a wider option within the Riveter collection for added versatility. Additionally, we have modified the shape of all Riveter + Pioneer skis, reducing the rocker in the tail to give the Riveter more directional aesthetic and better all-mountain performance.
Its tapered shape combined with 5mm of camber underfoot creates a ski that excels all over the mountain. The Poplar Power Core gives the Riveter Collection the strength and torsional rigidity to confidently tackle any condition the mountain throws at you. We are also offering a NEW 150cm length in the Riveter 85. If you are looking for a one ski quiver that can easily handle any condition that the mountain provides, the Riveter is the ski for you.
Every one of Icelantic’s Bombproof skis are handmade in Denver, Colorado, USA, utilizing the highest quality materials. Located half an hour from Icelantic HQ,, the Never Summer Factory has been home to Icelantic’s manufacturing for, over 10 years, continuing to produce top-of-the-line skis that are backed by, the industry’s most comprehensive No-Questions-Asked 3-Year Warranty.
Artwork by Parr
Travis Parr, known as “PARR” by those who know his work, has created every, topsheet for Icelantic since Day One. Having grown up in Evergreen, Colorado,, Parr is an avid backcountry skier & snowboarder, woodsman, and pathfinder, with a great appreciation for the outdoors.
After graduating from Laguna College of Art and Design with a Bachelor’s, Degree in Fine Art, he returned to his hometown of Evergreen to launch and, establish Icelantic Skis, where he has acted as Co-Founder and Art Director, for the past 15 years. Transcending form and evoking passion, his work has, been featured in galleries, commercial spaces, and entertainment venues all, around the world. He currently resides in Laguna Beach with his family.