ZiplineSki is an Official Supplier to the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team
IT'S OFFICIAL! ZiplineSki is an Official Supplier to the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team.
PARK CITY, UT (Oct. 7) – Zipline Ski, the nation's newest ski pole company, is happy to announce it has been named an official U.S. Freestyle Ski Team supplier. ZiplineSki will provide the U.S. mogul skiers with poles designed and produced by Chuck Heidenreich, a former U.S. Ski Team athlete.
- Zipline poles are designed from Heidenreich's personal experience as a mogul skier and his 25 years of experience in sports product development.
- Zipline poles will sponsor the U.S. mogul skiers through 2019, including the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang.
- The poles have been tested at camps this summer by several U.S. Freestyle Team mogul skiers.
- The poles provide excellent touch and feel without the vibration normally associated with traditional aluminum ski poles.
- The Zipline poles are made with high modulus carbon fiber graphite that is not only lightweight but also extremely durable and will not break under the high performance requirement of the skiers.
- The poles create a light swing weight, which means quicker pole plants.
- The predominately white graphics are the choice of competitive mogul skiers
Chuck Heidenreich, Zipline Ski founder and former U.S. Ski Team member
It seems to me that ski pole technology has barely advanced since I was a mogul skier. We're here to change that. Our poles are made with high modulus graphite and use Tri X Weave technology, which make them not only strong and durable, but also one of the lightest on the market. I look forward to providing many of the U.S. Team skiers with the best poles out there so they can continue to live their dreams and let me worry about developing the equipment that will take them there.
Garth Hager, U.S. Ski Team Head Freestyle Coach
Zipline has done a great job of combining all the necessary requirements for a mogul pole to be durable, quick and balanced. Chuck is definitely very passionate about poles, We don't often get to talk to people who develop them, so it's refreshing to work with someone who gets what specifically a mogul skier would be after in a pole.