March 31, 2019

The initial design philosophy for the c75 started 2 years ago with a list of objectives. We didn't want to release the ski to the public until we had met all of the objectives on this list.

  • Easy to build angle

  • Reduce pressure on the body during the pull

  • C...

July 24, 2017

Publicly we at Denali Skis have been very quiet this year. What's been going on behind the scenes, however, has been anything but quiet. Originally we had planned to launch a 2017 model in the spring of this year, but as with many things, plans don't always go the way...

December 20, 2016

The 2016 Denali Summit was a HUGE success, thank you to everyone who made the trip! For the first time, the Summit was held at the world famous Trophy Lakes in Charleston, SC. Even though we had unseasonably cold weather, everyone got to ski 2-3 sets a day for the 3 da...

December 4, 2015

     

    Here at Denali, we have a simple rule when it comes to testing new design concepts and building skis - if it makes sense from an engineering perspective, we’ll try it.  Once a concept can pass that test, things get serious....

December 4, 2015

     When I (Cord) first got my start in the industry working for one of the bigger water sports companies, I was an engineer fresh out of college with basic CAD experience and skills. I could build very simple 3D models like a fin block or a binding plate, but designi...

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