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This Ski Manufacturer Wants to Change the Way You Ski

New to the market in the spring of 2022, Peak Skis is bringing innovation to the slopes

It’s not every day a new ski brand hits the market with as much force as Peak Skis. Developed by professional ski racer Bode Miller, the Montana-based company is shaking up the industry with design technology that put Miller on podium after podium throughout his racing career. With a line of all-mountain skis based on innovative design, Peak Skis aims to revolutionize the way skiers perform on the slopes. Get to know the story behind the brand and the trademarked design that makes Peak Skis a different experience.

The Origin of Peak Skis

Bode Miller is the winningest male ski racer in North American history. He won a lot, in part, because he understood skis and ski design more than most of his competitors. Miller knew dialing his ski design could give him an edge. As a ski designer he contributed to the invention of the modern sidecut and a slew of other innovations that skiers still benefit from today. Peak Skis brings Miller’s learnings to life through innovation and thoughtful product development.

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But the brand is more than just innovative designs. Miller understands the value of service: Imagine the attention an Olympian gets from his service crew and support staff. That same level of service is given to every Peak Skis customer. As a direct to consumer company, Peak Skis is committed to knowing and serving customers through direct interaction. There are no middlemen. If you call Peak, they’ll answer the phone and talk skiing with you any day. The company’s mission is simple: Peak wants you to ski better and have more fun. 

Testing the Peak 88 ski
Peak’s Chief Innovation Officer Bode Miller putting the Peak 88 way up on edge in Big Sky, Montana (Photo: Peak Skis)

Introducing KeyHole Technology™

Miller didn’t set out to develop new ski technology. In fact, he discovered the benefits of KeyHole Technology by accident during his World Cup days when a ski builder on his gear team cut through a metal laminate to affix a pair of damping plates to a pair of GS skis. That cutaway created an inflection point in the flex that allowed for forgiving turn entry and powerful edging from the void back. Bode immediately recognized the advantage—he won the GS Crystal Globe on those skis. 

Today, every pair of skis in the Peak Skis lineup of all-mountain skis features a refined version of this same cutaway concept, dubbed KeyHole Technology™.  KeyHole is a simple inflection point in the flex of the ski. Peak’s production team uses a laser cutter to remove an oval in the titanal forebody of the ski. That cutout eases torsion in the shovel for a loose feel, while boosting torsion underfoot for  a strong edge hold. What you get is a supple and playful entry to your turns with confidence-inspiring grip underfoot and through the turn. 

Peak Skis 2022/23 Lineup

Ready to upgrade your setup this season? Here’s a look at the latest offerings from Peak Skis:

Peak 88

Designed for those who spend 70 percent of their time on groomed or skier-packed snow, the Peak 88 effortlessly carves a tip to tail turn and has the guts to hang onto hardpack. But it’s not just a pure frontside ski. KeyHole Technology™ makes the shovel of the ski more compliant when you’re skiing the fall line off trail or navigating bumps. 

The Peak 88 is built for on-resort skiing. (Photo: Peak Skis)

Peak 98

The most versatile ski on the Peak roster, the Peak 98 is engineered to spend half its life on groomed snow and hardpack and the other half off trail in boot deep snow. Two full sheets of metal and a wood core make it stable. KeyHole Technology™ makes it maneuverable.

Split your time on and off piste with the Peak 98. (Photo: Peak Skis)

Peak 98SC

Looking for a ski that’s one hundred grams lighter for in-bounds hike-to terrain or short backcountry tours? That’s the incredibly versatile Peak 98SC. This model still features Peak’s KeyHole Technology™ but with less weight for off-trail skiing or on-piste skiers looking for a lighter setup.

Light but powerful, the Peak 98SC is all about adventures outside of the resort. (Photo: Peak Skis)

Peak 104

Skiing powder 24/7 is the dream. But sometimes hardpack is the reality. With the Peak 104, you won’t have to compromise. It’s floaty enough for the deepest of on-resort powder days, but when the forecast comes up short, you can carve turns on it too. That’s the beauty of KeyHole Technology™.

Peak 104 by Bode Miller
From powder to hardpack, with the Peak 104 you can have both. (Photo: Peak Skis)

Proudly born in the mountains of southwestern Montana, Peak Ski Company is rooted in innovation. Conceived by cofounders Andy Wirth and six-time Olympic medalist, Bode Miller, Peak delivers high-performance, technologically advanced skis for the core of the consumer market. Peak’s 2022/23 line of skis have already been declared among the best skis available on the market based on the ingenuity and experience of the product design and development team led by legendary alpine ski racer, Bode Miller. Learn more at