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Not every budding grom is blessed with the strength and technical prowess of Martin Lentz.  With 9 years on the Summit and Park City Ski Teams, Martin’s strength and technique is well beyond his years.  Nevertheless, it wasn’t until Martin turned 15 and he foreran a comp at Alta that he decided to focus on what he’s know for today, big mountain freeride skiing.   Martin’s explosive mixture of race-inspired edge control and a developing comfort in the air put the 18 year-old, on the top of the podium at the IFSA National Championships at Snowbird as both the 15-18 year old event winner and overall points champion.

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posted by in on Apr 27, 2014 .

Join us on Saturday, May 3rd at Rock and Reilly's Park City for Soul Poles' Spring Sale! We'll be set up from 4 - 8 pm building custom bamboo ski poles for locals and event attendees at prices 25 - 60% off retail. This is the chance you've been waiting for to get a hold of your own pair of those cool looking bamboo ski poles you've seen sliding around the hill this year. 
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After selecting your pole model and grip and basket colors please allow for up to 30 minutes of build time - perfect for signing up for the

posted by in on Mar 21, 2014 .

Soul Poles is proud to announce the release of the Tatum Monod | Live It! Love It! Signature Soul Pole.  Featuring blue grips, white baskets, and the Live It! Love It! Foundation’s mountain logo etched into the bamboo, these poles are reflective of Tatum’s lively and daring skiing in the freeride arena.  From each sale of her signature poles, Tatum will donate $10 to the Live It! Love It! Foundation.

The formation of this partnership reaffirms Soul Poles’ belief in the power of our products to improve the lives of people in our community and around the world.  Each pair of Tatum Monod | Live It! Love It! Signature Soul...

posted by in on Aug 07, 2013 .

Soul Poles is excited to annouce our partnership with She Jumps. She Jumps is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering women to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. Throughout this winter Soul Poles will be teaming up with She Jumps to do workshops across the country and promote protecting the playground we love. For more information on up coming events check out www.shejumps.org and/or www.soulpoles.com

 

posted by in on Aug 07, 2013 .

That's right, not only do we make bamboo ski poles, we decided to create something original for the Apres ski lifetyle you love and enjoy. Introducing the Bamboozie, a 100% renewable Bamboo Beer Koozie!  Made by hand in Park City, UT the Bamboozie keeps your cans cold so that you can enjoy your favorite adult beverage longer. We also offer custom laser engraving so you can personzlie your Bamboozie with your name, company logo, or anything else you can think of. For more information drop us a line at [email protected] or so straight to our shop and pick a Bamboozie up today!

 

 

posted by in press on Dec 11, 2012 .

Apparently we're stylish. A couple week ago we received a call from vogue saying they wanted to feature Soul Poles in their December gift guide.  We are really excited to be considered a fashion piece within the ski and trekking industries while incorporating sustainability and peformance in our products.  Check out the vogue gift guide here:  http://www.vogue.com/guides/holiday-gift-guide-25-gifts-for-250-and-under/

posted by in press, reviews on Nov 23, 2012 .

We are beyond excited to be featured in Outside Magazine's gift guide this month. For those of you that have the magazie it's on page 142 and they featured the Limited Edition hand-painted by contemporary artistR. Nelson Parrish.

posted by in press, reviews on Nov 19, 2012 .

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ALEX C. PASQUARIELLO

Poles are often an afterthought, but former U.S. Ski Team downhiller Bryon Friedman knows better. “Skiing is soulful,” he says, “and your poles should express that.” This season he launches Soul Poles, hand made from sustainable bamboo and mostly recycled materials (from $125). Acclaimed artist R. Nelson Parrish paints ski poles in the style of totem poles from his native Alaska. Schussers send him helmet cam footage, which he translates into an abstract work on three poles—the extra pole is for over the mantle ($1,000).