The Riveter 95's tapered shape with tip and tail rocker combined with 5mm of camber underfoot creates a ski that excels all over the mountain. The Riveter all-mountain collection was designed to provide skis that could serve as a true one-ski quiver—At 95mm underfoot, the Riveter 95 is an excellent choice for the whole mountain and provides stability whether in the trees, bumps, or groomers. If you are a woman looking for a ski that is versatile enough to handle any condition that the mountain provides, the Riveter is the ski for you!
The All-Mountain Collection keeps with a classic wood aesthetic throughout the entire line. The Pioneers + Riveters illustrate steep & deep mountains on top of wood (steep on the Pioneers and deep on the Riveters).
This ski was a perfect one-ski quiver for the Western Ski Resort. When going on a ski trip I might have to wonder about which ski/s to bring. How heavy is my bag if I bring too many? How much space is in the rocket box? Why worry though when you can just bring this one! It carves on groomers; it blowed through "powder/packed-powder" chunder muffins; it rallied down steep back bowls; it hugged tight turns in the trees. — Erin Young, Icelantic Athlete
Inside Your Skis
A detailed look at the highest quality materials that make up your skis.
Where can I find a shop that sells Icelantic skis close to me?
Swing on by our dealer page here where you will find a list of all of our official dealers.
What type of tune do your skis leave the factory with?
Every Icelantic Ski comes fresh out of the wrapper with a 1 degree edge and 1 degree base bevel. All of our skis come with a universal wax.
Where should I mount my skis?
Every Icelantic Ski features a BC mark on the ski next to the serial number. This is our recommended “Boot Center” mounting point.
Every Ski also features a CC mark. This is the “Core Center” mark and should only be used for those looking for a center mount. This mostly applies to park skis.
What binding do you recommend?
There are a lot of good bindings out there these days. We recommend a binding that has a brake width that fits over the width of your ski but no more than 10mm wider. Here’s an example: If you purchased the Nomad 105, any binding with a 110 waist width will fit seamlessly over your ski. Also, note that the DIN range on a binding is important. DIN determines releasability of the binding. More mass, more advanced ski ability, and smaller feet will lead to a higher DIN setting.