Fred Syversen sent me message some time ago and asked if I could help promoting his new sponsor Whitedot skis. “Yeah, why not“, I said. Fred had told me about Whitedot skis already on November, but I didn’t pay too much attention to his new guns. After he sent me these shots below I decided to take a closer look.
White Dot Freeride is the long-held dream of two friends and avid skiers, Andrew Phyn and Lloyd Macfarlane. Guys spent hours and hours designing and perfecting their ski ideas on CAD software, and finally in 2008 they were ready to launch Whitedot.
White Dot Freeride company is driven by the personal experience and passion for skiing and mountains. Guys have long experience on skiing, and although building production is a helluva project, they still haven’t left the mountains. By having their operational center in the legendary Chamonix valley White Dot Freedire has a direct contact with some of the best freeriders of the world.
Whitedot skis are the result of long product development, intensive testing and continuous perfecting. The company doesn’t want to sell any “gimmicks”, but high quality skis. Even the simple painting tells people that these skis have nothing new or fancy. They are simply good quality skis for freeriders.
Whitedot skis are manufactured with the finest quality material, and their European manufacturer was selected after a long and detailed search for just the right supplier. They had to be sure that the factory that they entrusted to produce their skis could meet our strict quality standards. The factory came up trumps with their quality control and post production support, and they also came with a highly recommended reference from ISOsport Austria.
Check what White Dot Freeride says about their manufacturing in their website.
“Our bases are sintered ISO7200, to produce the high speeds and durability that we demand. Our tip to tail cores are made from ash and poplar for durability, dampening and the correct stiffness. The wood is grown from sustainable forests and milled in close proximity to the factory to help lower our carbon footprint. And, if that wasn’t enough, all of our composites are sourced from the very best suppliers in Europe.”
Got interested in Whitedot skis? Check if they have a dealer in your country. If you are visiting Chamonix you can get a pair of demo skis from White Dot Team Chalet, and while visiting you can shake hands with Whitedot team riders like Fred Syversen.
Oh, and how about the ski models? There are three different Whitedot ski models, namely The One, The Preacher and The Remeeder. It is better that you check the technical details straight from White dot Freeride website.
You can contact White Dot Freeride with the following contact information. It’s a small but ambitious company with high motivation to serve their customers, so you can expect warm and friendly response. If you’re interested in Whitedot skis, just send your questions by email and you should soon receive an answer.
Phone: +44 (0) 7971 471306
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