[[ HEADER GOES HERE ]]20/21 PRO COLLAB: SABA & NIA

The Saba (the number seven in Swahili) + Nia (one of the seven sacred principles for collaboration) are two new freeride skis designed around the lucky number seven.

The Saba and Nia were designed under the guidance of our team of athletes. We showcase each subject on a stark black background. The subject of the Saba Pro is a snowflake combined with geometric patterns and mazes, highlighting the balance of wonder and structure, using both hand drawing and 3D digital art mediums. The subject on the Nia Pro is the fireweed flower, telling the story of its resilience—rising out of the ashes and thriving during the transition to winter.

Unlike other Pro Models out there, the Saba and Nia were designed as a collaborative effort with all of our athletes from around the world. They took on full creative control with the shape, flex, artwork and construction while designing the ski of their dreams. The Saba + Nia feature Icelantic’s NEW Reflective Rocker profile. Reflective Rocker is a full rocker profile that mirrors the sidecut radius, creating a ski that is both playful and surfy when skiing flat, while still allowing the skier to engage the entire edge, providing the power to charge and carve the ski when needed. Designed with a long, gradual rocker profile and a balanced flex, the Saba and Nia are stiff enough to minimize chatter, while providing the skier a solid platform to stomp landings without wheeling out.

The Saba (the number seven in Swahili) + Nia (one of the seven sacred principles for collaboration) are two new freeride skis designed around the lucky number seven.

The Saba and Nia were designed under the guidance of our team of athletes. We showcase each subject on a stark black background. The subject of the Saba Pro is a snowflake combined with geometric patterns and mazes, highlighting the balance of wonder and structure, using both hand drawing and 3D digital art mediums. The subject on the Nia Pro is the fireweed flower, telling the story of its resilience—rising out of the ashes and thriving during the transition to winter.

Unlike other Pro Models out there, the Saba and Nia were designed as a collaborative effort with all of our athletes from around the world. They took on full creative control with the shape, flex, artwork and construction while designing the ski of their dreams. The Saba + Nia feature Icelantic’s NEW Reflective Rocker profile. Reflective Rocker is a full rocker profile that mirrors the sidecut radius, creating a ski that is both playful and surfy when skiing flat, while still allowing the skier to engage the entire edge, providing the power to charge and carve the ski when needed. Designed with a long, gradual rocker profile and a balanced flex, the Saba and Nia are stiff enough to minimize chatter, while providing the skier a solid platform to stop landings without wheeling out.


[[ HEADER GOES HERE ]] 20/21 FREERIDE COLLECTION: ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS

This year’s Freeride Collection showcases ancient civilizations and the environments that forged them. To know and honor our past is to pave the way for progress and evolution, so as we honor what was, we beckon what will be. We are a global society now more than ever before, and recognizing that we all come from the same land—different as it may look—we all bring knowledge that is vital for human evolution.  

The Freeride Collection is our storytelling & theme-driven artwork from Travis Parr this season.

This year’s Freeride Collection showcases ancient civilizations and the environments that forged them. To know and honor our past is to pave the way for progress and evolution, so as we honor what was, we beckon what will be.

We are a global society now more than ever before, and recognizing that we all come from the same land—different as it may look—we all bring knowledge that is vital for human evolution.  

The Freeride Collection is our storytelling & theme-driven artwork from Travis Parr this season.

NOMAD 95: PUEBLO

The Nomad 95 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Puebloans. Little is known about the Ancient Puebloans, save for their dwellings and tools. Built along cliff walls and accessed many times by rope or ladder, the villages were oriented towards community and security, using the natural resources available to them to their advantage.

NOMAD 95: PUEBLO

The Nomad 95 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Puebloans. Little is known about the Ancient Puebloans, save for their dwellings and tools. Built along cliff walls and accessed many times by rope or ladder, the villages were oriented towards community and security, using the natural resources available to them to their advantage.

NOMAD 105: NORSE

The Nomad 105 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Norsemen.Ships were an integral part of the Viking culture. A sea-fareing society, the ancient Norse people used the seas, stars, and sails to facilitate transportation, exploration, and trade around the world. Runes, as seen here, represented symbols of great importance, both honoring and communicating between the natural, and the supernatural.

NOMAD 105: NORSE

The Nomad 105 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Norsemen.Ships were an integral part of the Viking culture. A sea-fareing society, the ancient Norse people used the seas, stars, and sails to facilitate transportation, exploration, and trade around the world. Runes, as seen here, represented symbols of great importance, both honoring and communicating between the natural, and the supernatural.

NOMAD 115: MAYAN

 The Nomad 115 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Mayans. The Mayan people believed in the cyclical nature of life which was inspired by the observation of the natural world. Keen astronomers, the Mayan people built pyramids to replicate the Mountain of the Gods, many of which have doorways and other features aligning to celestial events. The tracking of time, through a system of calendars, was one of the most notable contributions of the mayan Culture, and there is too much to say on that here, so we’ll digress.

NOMAD 115: MAYAN

 The Nomad 115 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Mayans. The Mayan people believed in the cyclical nature of life which was inspired by the observation of the natural world. Keen astronomers, the Mayan people built pyramids to replicate the Mountain of the Gods, many of which have doorways and other features aligning to celestial events. The tracking of time, through a system of calendars, was one of the most notable contributions of the mayan Culture, and there is too much to say on that here, so we’ll digress.

MAIDEN 91: EGYPT

The Maiden 91 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Egyptians. Geometry, irrigation, agriculture, and medicine are just a few of the contributions that came out of ancient Egypt. The iconic pyramids’ smooth, angled sides symbolized the rays of the sun and were designed to help the king's soul ascend to heaven and join the gods, particularly the sun god, Ra. As sun worshipers, pyramids were also thought to be representative of the descending rays of the sun—connecting the earth, the sky, and everything in between.  

MAIDEN 91: EGYPT

The Maiden 91 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Egyptians. Geometry, irrigation, agriculture, and medicine are just a few of the contributions that came out of ancient Egypt. The iconic pyramids’ smooth, angled sides symbolized the rays of the sun and were designed to help the king's soul ascend to heaven and join the gods, particularly the sun god, Ra. As sun worshipers, pyramids were also thought to be representative of the descending rays of the sun—connecting the earth, the sky, and everything in between.  

MAIDEN 91: GREECE

The Maiden 101 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Greek. Temples, like the one seen here, were structures built to house deity statues within Greek society. One of the most known associations, that of mythology, was an integral part of the evolution of ancient Greece, and of the world. Stories of heroes, saviors, elements, feasts, and the likes, ultimately provided a solid paradigm of the creation of the universe, the world, and human beings.

MAIDEN 101: GREECE

The Maiden 101 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Greek. Temples, like the one seen here, were structures built to house deity statues within Greek society. One of the most known associations, that of mythology, was an integral part of the evolution of ancient Greece, and of the world. Stories of heroes, saviors, elements, feasts, and the likes, ultimately provided a solid paradigm of the creation of the universe, the world, and human beings.

MAIDEN 111: JAPAN

The Maiden 111 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Japanese. When you walk through a Torii, you know you’ve entered somewhere sacred. Built to symbolize this transition, the entrance of a shinto shrine, welcomes the walker to a space of mythology, beauty, wonder, and a mixture of human and spirit unique to Japan. Cherry blossoms hold a beautiful and important reminder of the fleeting nature of life, and the beauty abound in a moment.

MAIDEN 91: JAPAN

The Maiden 111 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Japanese. When you walk through a Torii, you know you’ve entered somewhere sacred. Built to symbolize this transition, the entrance of a shinto shrine, welcomes the walker to a space of mythology, beauty, wonder, and a mixture of human and spirit unique to Japan. Cherry blossoms hold a beautiful and important reminder of the fleeting nature of life, and the beauty abound in a moment.


PIONEER & RIVETER ALL MOUNTAIN

The All-Mountain Collection keeps with a classic wood aesthetic throughout the entire line.

The Pioneer & Riveters illustrate steep and deep mountains on top of wood (steep on the Pioneers and deep on the Riveters).

 

SABRE & ORACLE ALL-MOUNTAIN COLLECTIONS

The All-Mountain Collection keeps with a classic wood aesthetic throughout the entire line.

The Sabres & Oracles spotlight different geometric patterns using wood inlays reminiscent of the 19/20 All-Mountain designs.

 


MYSTIC & NATURAL COLLECTIONS

The Backcountry Collection continues being visually rooted in exploration and mapping. This season, the Mystics & Naturals showcase legendary beings that have been spotted in each of these different environments. The Mystics boast a mermaid and a map of the West Indies, and the Naturals give us a glimpse of a yeti on a map of the Rocky Mountains.

NOMAD LITE & MAIDEN LITE

The Nomad + Maiden Lite combine artwork from the ancient civilization theme of the Freeride Collection, with the addition of the solid, angled tail of the Backcountry Collection.

The Nomad 105 LITE features similar artwork to the Nomad 105 of the Freeride Collection, highlighting the ancient Norse.

 

The NEW Maiden 101 LITE features similar artwork to the maiden 101 of the Freeride Collection, highlighting the ancient Greek.

 

The Scout Freeride Collection highlights some of our favorite environments that Planet Earth and beyond has to offer. This year's Scout Collection tells the story of outer space and our universe's far-away galaxies.

 

[[ HEADER GOES HERE ]]20/21 PRO COLLAB: SABA & NIA

The Saba (the number seven in Swahili) + Nia (one of the seven sacred principles for collaboration) are two new freeride skis designed around the lucky number seven.

The Saba and Nia were designed under the guidance of our team of athletes. We showcase each subject on a stark black background. The subject of the Saba Pro is a snowflake combined with geometric patterns and mazes, highlighting the balance of wonder and structure, using both hand drawing and 3D digital art mediums. The subject on the Nia Pro is the fireweed flower, telling the story of its resilience—rising out of the ashes and thriving during the transition to winter.

Unlike other Pro Models out there, the Saba and Nia were designed as a collaborative effort with all of our athletes from around the world. They took on full creative control with the shape, flex, artwork and construction while designing the ski of their dreams. The Saba + Nia feature Icelantic’s NEW Reflective Rocker profile. Reflective Rocker is a full rocker profile that mirrors the sidecut radius, creating a ski that is both playful and surfy when skiing flat, while still allowing the skier to engage the entire edge, providing the power to charge and carve the ski when needed. Designed with a long, gradual rocker profile and a balanced flex, the Saba and Nia are stiff enough to minimize chatter, while providing the skier a solid platform to stop landings without wheeling out.

The Saba (the number seven in Swahili) + Nia (one of the seven sacred principles for collaboration) are two new freeride skis designed around the lucky number seven.

The Saba and Nia were designed under the guidance of our team of athletes. We showcase each subject on a stark black background. The subject of the Saba Pro is a snowflake combined with geometric patterns and mazes, highlighting the balance of wonder and structure, using both hand drawing and 3D digital art mediums. The subject on the Nia Pro is the fireweed flower, telling the story of its resilience—rising out of the ashes and thriving during the transition to winter.

Unlike other Pro Models out there, the Saba and Nia were designed as a collaborative effort with all of our athletes from around the world. They took on full creative control with the shape, flex, artwork and construction while designing the ski of their dreams. The Saba + Nia feature Icelantic’s NEW Reflective Rocker profile. Reflective Rocker is a full rocker profile that mirrors the sidecut radius, creating a ski that is both playful and surfy when skiing flat, while still allowing the skier to engage the entire edge, providing the power to charge and carve the ski when needed. Designed with a long, gradual rocker profile and a balanced flex, the Saba and Nia are stiff enough to minimize chatter, while providing the skier a solid platform to stomp landings without wheeling out.

[[ HEADER GOES HERE ]] 20/21 FREERIDE COLLECTION: ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS

"Ancient Civilizations ... the beauty of culture is in our DNA at Icelantic. We live in a 'global community.' By representing these Ancient Civilizations in similar ways and with artistic technique, I'm trying to convey the 'human universal' an element, pattern, trait, or institution that is common to all human cultures worldwide. I strive to showcase our interconnectedness—both past and present. Namaste.”

- Artist TRAVIS PARR.

This year’s Freeride Collection showcases ancient civilizations and the environments that forged them. To know and honor our past is to pave the way for progress and evolution, so as we honor what was, we beckon what will be.

We are a global society now more than ever before, and recognizing that we all come from the same land—different as it may look—we all bring knowledge that is vital for human evolution.  

The Freeride Collection is our storytelling & theme-driven artwork from Travis Parr this season.

This year’s Freeride Collection showcases ancient civilizations and the environments that forged them. To know and honor our past is to pave the way for progress and evolution, so as we honor what was, we beckon what will be.

We are a global society now more than ever before, and recognizing that we all come from the same land—different as it may look—we all bring knowledge that is vital for human evolution.  

The Freeride Collection is our storytelling & theme-driven artwork from Travis Parr this season.

NOMAD 95: PUEBLO

The Nomad 95 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Puebloans. Little is known about the Ancient Puebloans, save for their dwellings and tools. Built along cliff walls and accessed many times by rope or ladder, the villages were oriented towards community and security, using the natural resources available to them to their advantage.

NOMAD 95: PUEBLO

The Nomad 95 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Puebloans. Little is known about the Ancient Puebloans, save for their dwellings and tools. Built along cliff walls and accessed many times by rope or ladder, the villages were oriented towards community and security, using the natural resources available to them to their advantage.

NOMAD 105: NORSE

The Nomad 105 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Norsemen.Ships were an integral part of the Viking culture. A sea-fareing society, the ancient Norse people used the seas, stars, and sails to facilitate transportation, exploration, and trade around the world. Runes, as seen here, represented symbols of great importance, both honoring and communicating between the natural, and the supernatural.

NOMAD 105: NORSE

The Nomad 105 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Norsemen. Ships were an integral part of the Viking culture. A sea-fareing society, the ancient Norse people used the seas, stars, and sails to facilitate transportation, exploration, and trade around the world. Runes, as seen here, represented symbols of great importance, both honoring and communicating between the natural, and the supernatural.

NOMAD 115: MAYAN

 The Nomad 115 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Mayans. The Mayan people believed in the cyclical nature of life which was inspired by the observation of the natural world. Keen astronomers, the Mayan people built pyramids to replicate the Mountain of the Gods, many of which have doorways and other features aligning to celestial events. The tracking of time, through a system of calendars, was one of the most notable contributions of the mayan Culture, and there is too much to say on that here, so we’ll digress.

NOMAD 115: MAYAN

 The Nomad 115 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Mayans. The Mayan people believed in the cyclical nature of life which was inspired by the observation of the natural world. Keen astronomers, the Mayan people built pyramids to replicate the Mountain of the Gods, many of which have doorways and other features aligning to celestial events. The tracking of time, through a system of calendars, was one of the most notable contributions of the mayan Culture, and there is too much to say on that here, so we’ll digress.

MAIDEN 91: EGYPT

The Maiden 91 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Egyptians. Geometry, irrigation, agriculture, and medicine are just a few of the contributions that came out of ancient Egypt. The iconic pyramids’ smooth, angled sides symbolized the rays of the sun and were designed to help the king's soul ascend to heaven and join the gods, particularly the sun god, Ra. As sun worshipers, pyramids were also thought to be representative of the descending rays of the sun—connecting the earth, the sky, and everything in between.  

MAIDEN 91: EGYPT

The Maiden 91 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Egyptians. Geometry, irrigation, agriculture, and medicine are just a few of the contributions that came out of ancient Egypt. The iconic pyramids’ smooth, angled sides symbolized the rays of the sun and were designed to help the king's soul ascend to heaven and join the gods, particularly the sun god, Ra. As sun worshipers, pyramids were also thought to be representative of the descending rays of the sun—connecting the earth, the sky, and everything in between.  

MAIDEN 91: GREECE

The Maiden 101 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Greek. Temples, like the one seen here, were structures built to house deity statues within Greek society. One of the most known associations, that of mythology, was an integral part of the evolution of ancient Greece, and of the world. Stories of heroes, saviors, elements, feasts, and the likes, ultimately provided a solid paradigm of the creation of the universe, the world, and human beings.

MAIDEN 91: GREECE

The Maiden 101 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Greek. Temples, like the one seen here, were structures built to house deity statues within Greek society. One of the most known associations, that of mythology, was an integral part of the evolution of ancient Greece, and of the world. Stories of heroes, saviors, elements, feasts, and the likes, ultimately provided a solid paradigm of the creation of the universe, the world, and human beings.

MAIDEN 91: JAPAN

The Maiden 111 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Japanese. When you walk through a Torii, you know you’ve entered somewhere sacred. Built to symbolize this transition, the entrance of a shinto shrine, welcomes the walker to a space of mythology, beauty, wonder, and a mixture of human and spirit unique to Japan. Cherry blossoms hold a beautiful and important reminder of the fleeting nature of life, and the beauty abound in a moment.

MAIDEN 91: JAPAN

The Maiden 111 illustrates the environment of the Ancient Japanese. When you walk through a Torii, you know you’ve entered somewhere sacred. Built to symbolize this transition, the entrance of a shinto shrine, welcomes the walker to a space of mythology, beauty, wonder, and a mixture of human and spirit unique to Japan. Cherry blossoms hold a beautiful and important reminder of the fleeting nature of life, and the beauty abound in a moment.

PIONEER & RIVETER ALL-MOUNTAIN COLLECTIONS

The All-Mountain Collection keeps with a classic wood aesthetic throughout the entire line. The Pioneer & Riveters illustrate steep and deep mountains on top of wood (steep on the Pioneers and deep on the Riveters).

SABRE & ORACLE ALL-MOUNTAIN COLLECTIONS

The All-Mountain Collection keeps with a classic wood aesthetic throughout the entire line. The Sabres & Oracles spotlight different geometric patterns using wood inlays reminiscent of the 19/20 All-Mountain designs.

NOMAD LITE & MAIDEN LITE

The Nomad + Maiden Lite combine artwork from the ancient civilization theme of the Freeride Collection, with the addition of the solid, angled tail of the Backcountry Collection.

MYSTIC & NATURAL BACKCOUNTRY COLLECTIONS

The Backcountry Collection continues being visually rooted in exploration and mapping. This season, the Mystics & Naturals showcase legendary beings that have been spotted in each of these different environments. The Mystics boast a mermaid and a map of the West Indies, and the Naturals give us a glimpse of a yeti on a map of the Rocky Mountains.

The Scout Freeride Collection highlights some of our favorite environments that Planet Earth and beyond has to offer. This year's Scout Collection tells the story of outer space and our universe's far-away galaxies.