Last month Bishop announced it would be getting into the world of skis. The limited run of boards didn’t have a name or shape to them yet, at least to the public, but the time has come — meet Chedi. According to the company’s website, the Chedi ski is named after Bishop Owner Dave Bombard’s family Bernese mountain dog Chedi who passed away last November.
For those eager to know what kind of voyage on the slopes to expect, the ski is billed as a quiver of one ski made for “The Colorado Rocky Mountains and beyond.”
- 130mm tip | 100mm waist | 116mm tail
- 184cm: 25m turn radius
- 174cm: 23m turn radius
- Designed for 100mm wide ski brake
- Early Rise tip
- Camber underfoot
- Poplar wood core – lightweight, snappy, and strong
- Dual Triaxial Fiberglass reinforcement
- Elastomeric dampening
- Carbonium top sheet
- Flat tail section for skin clips
- Handmade in Denver Colorado, USA.
There is a special pre-order available now on their website HERE.