Denver Season Kickoff Party

The snow is falling, and it’s time to kick off the 2022-23 ski season at Folsom Custom Skis. Come meet the Folsom team and join CEO Mike McCabe for a shop tour at 6pm, or post up in our newly finished Showroom to enjoy some light snacks, and FREE drinks from 10 Barrel Brewing, Breckenridge…

🚨 New Shape: The G-Wagon 🚨

When you picture skiing Alaska, what’s first word that comes into your head? Powder? Heliskiing? Cat Skiing? Yeah, us too. Few of us are lucky enough to ever go skiing in areas that have bottomless powder, but for those that do, it’s critical to have the right tool for the job. If you’re going to…

🚨 New Shape: The Cash 93 🚨

The Cash 106 and Cash 117 have been stalwarts in the Folsom Skis shape line up for years, providing skiers the perfect quiver combination for skiing crud and soft snow. For the 22/23 season, we are proud to announce the latest addition to the Cash family, the Cash 93.  With a narrower waist width and…

2023: Pedal to the Metal

It’s a Wednesday afternoon in mid December of 2021.  Folsom’s build queue has been no-so-gradually stacking up higher and higher over the course of the fall and early winter.  The holidays are right around the corner and every customer needs their skis yesterday.  Our 12 year old CNC machine seizes up around 4pm while cutting…

Ski Tuning In Denver

Folsom Skis is proud to offer a full suite of ski tuning services at our Denver Headquarters.  We are capable of tuning both Folsom Skis as well as skis from other manufacturers, however Folsom Skis customers will receive 25% off any ski tune in Denver.   Tune Types and Pricing Pro Tune ($100) – Base…

Different Types of Climbing Skins

Choosing what climbing skins (touring skins) to buy can be a bit confusing. There are many companies that make different types of climbing skins so what are the real differences between them? Aside from colors as well as the tip and tail attachments, the primary difference between climbing skins is what material they are made…

New UltraLITE Touring Construction

Over the last few years, the shift in the ski industry towards lightweight touring skis has been substantial.  Through this time, Folsom’s touring builds have evolved slightly, but even in Folsom’s traditional lightweight touring constructions, skis still weighed in around 1800-2000 g/ski for longer mid-width shapes.  This winter and spring, we’ve been prototyping a new…

11 NEW Custom Ski Graphics For 2022-23

In between spring cleaning, new shape / construction R&D, and (of course) custom ski building, we’ve been able to cook up a fresh batch of custom ski topsheet graphics for your next custom build. Although it won’t seem to stop snowing (no complaints here), many of the new graphics come from warm weather inspiration, as…