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Mount Woodcore GmbH, Fünfhausgasse 5, A-1150 Vienna,
manufaktur@unique-skis.com, VAT ID ATU55861507

www.unique-skis.com
Photos: Markus Oberndorfer (product photos), Marion Luttenberger (from timber core to ski), Mike Mandl (workshop/materials), Nadine Poncioni (workshop), Jürgen Knoth (outdoor), Bernhard Fiedler (outdoor)
Graphic: Gratzer /Schmid, Web: Gratzer, Konfigurator: Feasible, Rechenraum, cyLEDGE
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PRIVACY POLICY

YOUR SKI

Series model or individual piece,
there’s something for everyone

MADE TO

MEASURE

AN EXPRESSION OF YOUR SKIER’S SOUL

Above all, skiing should be fun. And that is best achieved with a ski that adapts perfectly to its user. After all, every person is unique. Stature, ability and skiing style are the main factors involved in manufacturing a ski. And it is precisely these nuances that we are able to consider in each of our customised models.


We thus produce a ski that adapts to you and your skiing style – not the other way round.

SERIES

MODELS

LONG-LASTING, ROBUST AND IN PROPER STYLE

Building on the numerous unique items we have been fortunate enough to produce in recent years, we decided to develop a small and refined selection of series models.

No matter whether piste carver, freerider or all-mountain ski - these hand-made models will conjure up a smile on your face. And because each tree grows differently, one pair never looks like another either.

TRAVEL

IN STYLE

 

BAGS & ACCESSORIES

Our bags for skis and ski boots are also made by hand in Austria. The robust felt is made from recycled PET bottles and is not only water-repellent but also breathable. So that boots and skis dry even more quickly.

And those who need a bit more storage space can convert the ski boot bag into a weekender bag in two simple movements.

Strong inner values.
The wood core.

One of the key elements of a ski is the core. Ours consists primarily of the highest grade of ash wood grown in Austria. Ash is both robust and flexible, and has been used for making skis for decades. For lightweight models – such as the touring ski – we also use Paulownia wood.