Performed above my expectations - Tom
Got a pair of new Groundhog skis. I used them at Keystone, Alta, and Beaver Mt. out West and at Killington back East. I live in PA and ski hard pack and ice quite often. I have to tell you that your Groundhogs performed above my expectations. They were great in the powder out West and carved just great on the hard pack here in the East. Just wanted you to know how much I have enjoyed them this year and look forward to many more years with them. Tom, 59 years old and still ripping.
P.S. Love the fact that they are USA made.
Posted on 3/26/14
Grab and Go. - J.Burke
You always hear it, "one-ski-quiver," typically I pay no attention to those claims—I usually always can find a hole in a skis performance. For once there is a ski that lives up to that monicker! I live in Park City, I ski a lot, and this is the ski that I select to ski on most days. As a matter of fact, I just walked in the door from ripping some spring groomers—couldn't be happier. Last week, I used them while out guiding on a day we had 12 fluffy inches—perfect. Good stuff, I promise.
Posted on 3/20/14
Great mono ski - David Watson
I am an avid mono-skier and just got a RAMP Groundhog. The ski is amazing! Due to the pressure of the mono-rig, I found the ski to handle much better then any other ski I have put under my mono-ski rig. Its very forgiving, much easier to turn & handles great in all the terrain I used to ski this past weekend. A BIG thanks to RAMP & Mike Kilchenstein for helping me get the proper ski to handle the abuse I put on them.
Posted on 2/24/14
WOW I love them! - John Leitner
In one word—WOW! I love them! I patrol here in Michigan and at first I thought I bought the wrong ski, but after several runs I decided I liked them. After several days on them, I thought I might just really like them. Then we headed out to Colorado and hit the big dump of 3 feet of powder in two days. That's when I found out I love these skis! Bumps, groomed, powder (Michigan ice)—the whole enchilada! These skis perform well and I'm so happy to have them. Just thought you should know!
Posted on 2/10/14
RAMP’s Groundhog ski is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. - Backcountry Skiing Canada
According to Backcountry Skiing Canada “The Groundhog fits the bill as a one-ski quiver—pretty good in powder but truly excels as an all-mountain ripper.“ The full review can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/lsste3h
Posted on 2/1/14
One of the “Best Skis of the Season.” - Men’s Journal
Forgiving is the single best word to describe the Groundhog. Whether skiing over bumps or down groomers, this Utah-built ski is extremely easy to turn, even if you're off-balance. To see the full Men’s Journal review visit: http://tinyurl.com/n3nfnyk
Posted on 1/27/14
Extremely versatile ski - geeride
Got the Groundhogs out for the first time on 8" of pow and loved 'em. Big smiles. In wind-packed and crud they were very stable and easy to control, more smiles. In the afternoon I headed over to some packed pow bump runs and the hawgs absolutely rocked! Turned back the clock 10 years for this old guy everywhere on the mountain. Highly recommended!
As an added bonus, when the skis bump each other they put out the very sweet sound of a bamboo wind chime. Way nicer than that clunky plastic/metal sound I got on the old boards.
Posted on 1/16/14