Seeker – Ski Canada Magazine Editor’s Choice 2021

Ski Canada Magazine Editor's Choice Badge

The Powder Issue of Ski Canada Magazine has just hit the shelves and our Seeker Model has been chosen as an “Editors’ Choice” pick! Make sure to grab a copy of the magazine before we stop having ski magazine’s in print! The Seeker is our flagship ski and continues to rack up praise and awards and we couldn’t be more stoked and honoured. The review in the magazine is fantastic and we’d like to thank the people over at Ski Canada Magazine for including us in their picks this year!

Instinct Skis - Seeker Model - Stealthflake Graphic version - Ski Canada Magazine Editor's Choice 2021

“They should have come with a cape because I ski like a hero.”


The Seeker is our baby, it’s really the ski that started this little company and we are continually trying add a little more to the “secret sauce” as they said in the review. We love when people are surprised and delighted by our skis. It’s a huge deal for us to be Chosen as a Ski Canada Editor’s Choice and we are grateful and stoked that people are impressed by and enjoy this ski.

If you want to learn more about the Seeker you can check it out here. There have been many kind words about the Seeker and you can see some of those here, and here also.

We have a few exciting improvements for this year and we will be releasing those soon. We also have a new Artist Series Collaboration dropping in the next couple of weeks so be sure to pop back and check that out when it’s announced! Thank you all for your support and interest in Instinct Skis!

The Instinct Crew.

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