The Artifact is an all-around, every day, New England ripper.
After a lot of time researching, prototyping, and testing, we arrived at the design for the perfect New England ski. We call it the Artifact.
We built a ski that is so versatile you can ski it everyday, every way, and it just won’t quit. The Artifact isn’t part of a quiver; it is the quiver.
The Artifact is designed for reliable, exceptional performance on any terrain, in all conditions. 96 underfoot is the perfect width: Fat enough—with slightly rockered tip and tail—to provide float on an East Coast powder day, but not so fat that you can’t lay it over with ease on fresh corduroy. The combination of a maple and poplar core and carbon fiber stringers make for a ski that is simultaneously light, snappy, and strong. With tighter carving capabilities, the Artifact is nimble enough for cruddy bumps and hidden off-piste glades. And with traditional camber, it has the stability underfoot to carve beautiful arcs on hard-packed groomers—even when they turn to blue ice late in the day.
At the core, Amalgam Skis is a Maine ski company. And the Artifact is the core of our line. So rest assured: If you live and ski in New England, the Artifact is the only ski you will ever need to own.
That’s why we call it the all-around, every day, New England ripper.
|Turning Radius (m)||15||17||19||21||23|
"First of all there a great all around ski, in the woods on the groomers and they don't start flopping around at 60+. I look forward to my next pair." --Steve H.
"I love them. They are great skis. They perform really well in the conditions I've put them through. They feel lively and connected to me, like an extension of my body. They go where I want them to. I've skied a pair of the same skis as demos last season all over sugarloaf in pack powder, groomers, and ice. This year I've skied the ones I own several times at Sugarloaf and black mountain. I haven't skied them in deep powder, but the stuff on the side of the trails have been fun." --Nick C.