WildSnow Logo Gear


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | August 27, 2008      

Colorado backcountry skiing.

Show your WildPride. Send us an SASE for a sticker set, or buy a pair of Dynafit WildSnow top plates to help keep us paying for our web$erver.

Shoot, the people have spoken, as evidenced to right. Indeed, if Hillary had left a few blog comments months ago and gotten more primary votes from the WildSnow minions, perhaps she’d not be chewing feathers. As it is, she’s welcome to come visit us anytime for a trip up to Marble — a bit of pow to salve the soul.

Our stickers are made from good quality vinyl stock, long one is 8 1/2 x 1 3/8 inches, squares are 2 11/16 inches.

Dynafit backcountry skiing.
Send us an email via Contact option in menu to left, we’ll send your our ground address and you can then send us an SASE. Both squares are new designs by Louie for this season.

Dynafit backcountry skiing.
Contact B&D ski gear to get a set of these bad boys. No warranty expressed or implied, install and use at your own risk of mechanical failure or death. We’re talking a cleverly machined and logo imprinted aluminum top plate for Dynafit binding heel unit (Comfort and TLT models, saves 18 grams per binding). Made special for us by WildSnow supporter B&D Ski Gear.



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Comments

8 Responses to “WildSnow Logo Gear”

  1. Rob August 27th, 2008 11:39 am

    Lou-

    Any chance of tshirts, hats, etc ever happening? I really dig Louie’s new sticker design, and would definitely buy a tshirt with that on the back. Maybe set up a Cafe Press site?

    Keep up the good blogging, you are on my daily rundown of bookmarked”sites that make me really want to go skiing”

  2. Jeremy August 27th, 2008 12:27 pm

    Lou,

    I second Robs suggestion. I would gladly buy a t-shirt if they ever became available (Love Louie’s new design). Enjoy your blog.

  3. Sky August 27th, 2008 12:41 pm

    Rob,
    I love that blender rant on your blog.

    Lou,
    Way to go all out with the wildsnow.com promotion. Your binding plate is tempting.

    Sky

  4. ScottN August 27th, 2008 1:23 pm

    Nice Lou. Glad to see Wildsnows presence in Denver. I’m sure the Clintons could use a couple of powder days after this go ’round. Ditto on the T-shirts.

  5. Dave Field August 27th, 2008 2:26 pm

    The binding plate looks cool. I’d be all over it if it had a welded on volcano!

  6. Lou August 27th, 2008 4:11 pm

    I agree the volcano should be a bit stronger, yet in truth it’s a “fuse” that prevents trip killer damage to the binding if it’s over-torqued or bashed. So I wouldn’t want to see it overly strong.

    One point I should make, if you use this custom plate with volcano lifter on a TLT, you end up with slightly less heel lift than if you used the TLT with one spacer on top of heel post. Some folks like a bit less lift, some like more…

  7. Sledge August 28th, 2008 7:29 am

    Nice designs Louie.

    I would buy at least 3 T-shirts with the rapelling Louie on them.

    I agree with Rob’s comment. Put the rappelling Louie on the back, and then just “WildSnow” in black on front pocket. Not too big.

    For the T-shirt, I would not include the “.com”

    It’s great to advertize on a bumpersticker, but I think people are less willing to advertise on a t-shirt. T-shirts can start a conversation, the ‘un-hip’ will soon learn that you have a web site from the wearer.

  8. Halsted August 28th, 2008 9:04 am

    I don’t know, I have a closet full of all kinds of t-shirts.

    With stickers you can post them on gear (water bottles, skis, helmets, etc…) on cars, space boxes, ski lift towers, etc…

    Cheers,
    HM

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