Wild Bill’s Pro Shop offers a wide variety of all mountain skis from K2, Volkl, and Libtech, (NAS)! And check out our new Quickpoles! The new Marker Griffon bindings are getting RAVE reviews!Let Wild Bill’s hook you up with the ski setup you’ve dreamed of!


Coupling outstanding versatility with the forgiveness of a fiberglass braided wood core, new Carbon Web and integrated MX binding, the Impact is on a collision course with success. The Impact feels at home on the groomers but isn’t afraid to take a trip off-piste. If you are an advanced skier looking for the ultimate versatility within the boundaries of any resort, this ski has everything you need.


The Photon matches forgiveness with control by applying All-Terrain Rocker to a 76mm waist and an all new M3 binding system. This ski will lead recreational skiers to every corner of the resort with stability and ease, expanding comfort zones with every run. For those seeking more days on-hill per season, the Photon is light on the wallet and heavy on the fun.


The Kendo is for the skier who wants an all mountain freeride ski for 50/50 frontside/backside skiing. It shares the same construction as the Mantra but features a new shape of 127-88-109, 8mm narrower at the waist.


The Alley is for the young skier who wants a rock solid ride that can help him conquer the park and ski all over the mountain. It features a shape of 111-81-104, a Sensorwood, and Völkl’s Toughbox with extra fiberglass in the mid-body for added strength.


The Ledge features a symmetrical shape that rides equally well switch or forward, as well as a soft jib zone in the forebody. For the rider who wants a ski that is great in the park and performs well all over the mountain.


The popluar Schizo technology breaks new ground, offering skiers the ability to move their stance fore/aft 3cm in each direction for the ultimate versatility. It allows the skier to go from pipe & park to all mountain skiing, or from hard, groomed snow to powder with the turn of a simple screw on the toe piece. For all-mountain versatility and powder riding, you want to stand further back on the ski. For switch and park riding, you want to be further forward. Marker engineers have devised a way for the skier to have both – the Schizo.


The Griffon has earned a place as the go-to freeskiing binding in the market for anyone looking for a high performance, 13 DIN freeskiing binding. Special Features: freeride brake, short contact area for lower swing weight, low stand height.