Surface Skis Collaboration With Skullcandy

Skullcandy and Surface CollaborationThe fastest growing brand in free skiing and fastest growing segment in all of snow sports, Surface Skis, is very pleased to announce their partnership with the leader of core audio products, Skullcandy. This partnership will consist of three co-branded snow skis, poles and of course, matching Skullcandy Icon 2 headphones for each ski graphic.

President and Founder of Surface Skis, Mike Schneider, said that Watching Skullcandy evolve the last few years has been a huge inspiration to their brand, and that they are honored to have an industry leader like Skullcandy choose us for a collaboration of this magnitude. He also stated that this collaboration is the first of its kind in the ski community and that they are excited to see what emerges from there.

Chief Merchandising Officer of Skullcandy, Dan Levine, said that Skullcandy was born on a chairlift, and that this collaboration with Surface Skis was just meant to be. He also stated that they are beyond excited to partner with a company that shares their same beliefs and passion for the snow, and that they hope everyone else enjoys the hard work that has gone in to this project as much as they will this winter.

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