Liberty Skis

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Liberty Skis Corporation
Private
Industry Skiing, Snowsports, Manufacturing
Founded Colorado, USA (2003)
Headquarters Avon, Colorado, USA
Key people
James (Jim) E. Satloff, Chairman
Daniel J. Chalfant, CEO
Website www.libertyskis.com

Liberty Skis Corporation is one of the ski industry's largest independent ski manufacturers,[1] and a leader in the manufacture of twin-tip skis, used primarily for a style of skiing known alternately as newschool skiing or freeskiing. Founded in 2003 by James Satloff and Dan Chalfant,[2] Liberty Skis has grown to be one of the largest independent ski manufacturers worldwide,[3] with shops and distributors in the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia.[4]

Liberty Skis Corporation is based in Avon, Colorado[5]

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The corporation has sponsored a wide range of events on and off snow in the US and Canada including the Vail International Pondskimming Championships and Spring Back to Vail[6]

The company's ski team has included such notable skiers as X-Games medalist Phil Larose, Phil Bélanger,[7] Ryan Moore, Anton Sponar, David Lesh, Rich Fahey, Kyler Cooley from Salt Lake City and New Zealand women's national freeskiing champion, Pip Simmonds

Liberty is a sponsor of many events and resorts across North America, including Boreal Mtn, Echo Mtn. Park, and Whaleback Mountain.

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