Monthly Archives: May 2010

Liberty Skis

Liberty Skis is an independent, Colorado ski manufacturer that has made a commitment to use renewable energy and materials. They make all-terrain skis with a laminated bamboo core. The operation also runs on 100% wind power. This is another smaller … Continue reading

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Faction skis

Faction are a smallish operation, based in Verbier, Switzerland. “When we founded Faction, our manifesto was (and continues to be) to build the best high performance skis we can, without compromise. Our focus is on providing versatile, progressive products that … Continue reading

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Ensuring ‘Australian made’ is Australian made

I thought it was worth featuring this recent comment about Australian made gear. From Brett: “I would love to see just how “Australian Made” their products are? The terms “Australian Made” and “Australian Owned” do not reveal the actual level … Continue reading

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Mammut organic cotton clothing

Mammut, who are distributed in Australia via Mountain Designs have a range of organic cotton t shirts, sleeping bag liners, hoodies and other items of clothing. The shirts use an organic cotton which is called bioRe®. Generally the company comes … Continue reading

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