Skier Rob Fox charges hard, leaving a trail of cold smoke on a rather cold and windy day at Jay Peak (weather that’s quite average, really).
Worth Skis are a build-your-own adventure, designed in Vermont and hand-built to order in the USA by skiers, for skiers.
From our menu of options, you select your own custom build. We brew up your order, hand built to your specs. We offer a choice of two core construction options, two composite layup options and customize-able flex to match the feel and performance of the shape you choose to your individual characteristics and style. Finished with extra-thick edges and the finest 4001 sintered base material, our skis are built to take what the East dishes out.
Curious to read more about our skis? Check this out.
Please click on any ski name for a short description of the ski.
135 – 109 – 120mm. 26m turn radius in a 185cm. Early rise tip and tail, 6cm stance setback. Twin tip for those with eyes in the backs of their heads.
Learn more about The Magic here.
135- 98-120, 21m turn radius in a 185cm. Early rise, starting at approximately 27cm from the tip (185cm) and the stiffest, roundest flex pattern. The sidecut center is the furthest forward of the three (8cm back from center), and it has the least taper (15mm). It also has the shortest nose length, and is our most “standard” shape.
Learn more about The Daily Bread here.
140-109-122, 27m turn radius in a 185cm. Tip rocker, rising 1.5 cm, starting at approximately 33cm from the tip (185cm). The sidecut is set back 10cm from center and the taper is 18mm. It has a longer, “sharkier” nose for crud busting and stability in uneven snow. It has early rise in the tail starting at around 16cm from the tail (185cm) rising 5mm.
Learn more about The Humpback here.
150-118-127 (171-185cm)/ 153-120-130 (195cm MegaGeorge), 30m turn radius in a 195cm. The most pintail-like of our designs, with 23mm of taper. Tip rocker rises 1.75cm starting 38cm from the tip (195cm), with early rise in the tail rising 5mm starting 15cm from the tail (195cm). It also features a longer shark-nose.
Learn more about The George here.