The soul of skiing takes countless forms. You find it in the lifelong blue-square cruiser. The four-year-old tyke making her first turns. The human-powered adventurer who traded season passes for an adventure dog and a pair of skins. The gate-crashing prodigy headed for Olympic gold. The grizzled sage who’s skied 100 days each winter for the past 40 years. The powder chaser. The freestyle punk. The mogul ripper. The rad dad. The badass mom. The weekend warrior. The mountain-town local. The gear nerd. The sporty endurance athlete. The lifty. The resort exec. The shop employee.
The soul of skiing beats inside all of them. Sliding on snow is addictive. You might see it as a commodity. Or, it’s a way of life. Skiing offers freedom, therapy, adrenaline, reassurance, consistency, adventure, purpose, identity, belonging, healing. The skier’s journey is predictable yet unique. Idyllic yet consuming. Trivial yet vital. And for some, inevitable. Whether you build your life around it or just a weekend each year, you have a key. You’ve unlocked the world of winter in the mountains. You know the secret and you carry the torch.
As skiers, we know that having the right equipment can make all the difference in your experience on the mountain. We also know that each skier has their own preferences and style, and we love matching each individual to the skis and gear perfect for them. At Powder7, your experience level and budget don’t matter, our vast selection of gear offers something for every skier. We are skiing, and nothing but skiing, everyday of the year.
Owners / Founders
Together, Amy and Jordan own Powder7. When they aren't at work, they enjoy spending time outside with their two young sons, Alistair and Jurgen.
Amy enjoys hoofing it to hike-to terrain on the ski mountain and finding new hidden gems in the backcountry. A born and bred east coaster, Amy has high standards for pizza and subs (not hoagies). A distance runner, mountain biker, nothing makes Amy happier than getting outside with the ones she loves.
Jordan enjoyed a successful side career as a professional triathlete, best known for winning the New York City Triathlon in both 2012 and 2013. A competitive athlete, self-taught coder, and a vintage car lover, Jordan is perhaps the only former pro triathlete to huck the Knife Ridge stairs at Wolf Creek.
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Hometown: Cherry Hill, NJ
First Ski Memory: Pizza turns at Big Boulder in PA, 1992!
Favorite Mountain: Tie between Steamboat and Aspen Snowmass
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Anything with two wheels
First Concert: Dave Matthews Band 1998
Favorite Place to Apres: Outer Range in Frisco!
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Hometown: Burlington, VT
First Ski Memory: Riding homemade ski blades (real skis whimsically sawed in half) down the densely forested ravine in my parent's backyard. The snow was deep, the skis were non-functional, and it went about as well as expected.
Favorite Mountain: Jackson Hole
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Running medium hard for long distances, pointlessly
First Concert: As an adult: Santana in Montreal. As a youth: Rosenshontz in a school gymnasium.
How many Facebook friends do you have? 14, which is the correct number for anyone to have. If you have more than 14, it's time to start making some hard decisions about who's getting cut.
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Hometown: New Canaan, CT
Favorite Ski Memory: Skiing the T-Bar at Shawnee Peak unsupervised all day.
Favorite Mountain: Beaver Creek
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Mountain biking
First Concert: Phish
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Hometown: Indianapolis (Naptown)
Favorite Ski Memory: Getting my son Graeme on skis for the first time at the age of 3. He is now entering his 6th season and will surely be outskiing me within a few more years!
Favorite Mountain: Steamboat
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Cycling, both road and mountain bike
First Concert: Jack Johnson
Favorite Vacation Spot The Big Island, Hawaii. I met my wife there at the Ironman World Championships. We have lots of great memories there, not to mention there are so many beautiful things to see there.
Hometown: Peoria, IL
First Ski Memory: About 3 years ago at Winter Park. First time on skis and I realized that the green run is not going to be the best way to learn. Throw me in the deep(er) end! I ended up learning how to turn and kinda carve on Cranmer.
Favorite Mountain: Where the snow is the most and the crowds are the least. I tend to gravitate to Mary Jane or Arapahoe Basin as my go to locations.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Cycling
First Concert: Sounds like a security question... are you trying to open a credit card in my name?
What would the title of your autobiography be? Terol Does Stuff
Hometown: Marlborough, MA
First Ski Memory: Straight-lining down the green run at Wachusett Mountain because I didn't know how to turn
Favorite Mountain: Arapahoe Basin
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Drinking boozy water and playing Settlers of Catan with friends
First Concert: Coheed and Cambria
Something you can't live without: A hot cup of craft brew coffee in the morning
Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
First Ski Memory: Learning to ski as a wee four-year-old at Lost Trail, Montana. No poles in the early days, so I'd come to a halt on every flat spot and wait anxiously for my dad to catch up and swoop me up between his legs to ferry me the rest of the way to the lift. It was a mix of scary and exhilarating.
Favorite Mountain: Can't pick just one. Silverton, CO in the West and Jay Peak out East.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Exploring new places
First Concert: A mess of punk/alt shows in high school. Let's call Chiodos the first and admit to rocking slim jeans and a Hot Topic tee to it.
What if I were left in a vegetative state, you ask? Geez, you're morbid. Anyway...I would want my buddies to lash me to a pair of skis, kind of like a grotesque sendy scarecrow, and slide me off the highest snow-covered cliff they could find.
Hometown: Colrain, MA
First Ski Memory: Skiing backwards into a fence during my first ski lesson
Favorite Mountain: Smuggler's Notch VT
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Hiking/Biking with the Wife and Dog
First Concert: Grateful Dead members + Hot Tuna
What is your favorite piece of gear? Voile Strap, aka the most useful thing ever
Hometown: Mercer Island, WA
First Ski Memory: Skiing for the first time as a 20 year old living in Austria. My good friend lost one of his rental skis in powder on our last run, never to be seen again. He then had to pay the rental shop the full retail price for the setup. Lesson learned, always buy rental insurance.
Favorite Mountain: Mt. Hood Meadows
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Bowling
First Concert: Tech N9ne
Guilty pleasure? Watching MTV's "Are You The One"
Hometown: Davenport, IA
First Ski Memory: My first day skiing I ended up straight lining through the moguls at SnowStar Hill in Illinois. Let's just say it didnt end well for me but I'm still shredding the gnar.
Favorite Mountain: Snowbird
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Baking with a side of mountain biking
First Concert: Alan Jackson
What are your thoughts on Ice cream? I have some pretty strong thoughts after working in one (Whitey's Ice Cream) for close to 5 years. I would also choose to eat ice cream everyday if I had to choose one food item to eat for life.
Hometown: Centennial, CO
First Ski Memory: My ski instructors getting mad at me when I was 5 for going straight down the mountain instead of doing turns
Favorite Mountain: Vail or Jackson Hole
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Ping pong or going to a brewery with some buds
First Concert: Mumford and Sons at Red Rocks
Favorite lawn game: Cornhole
Hometown: Rocky Mount, NC (aka 4th most dangerous small city in America)
First Ski Memory: My first snowboard lesson the guy taught us how to ride down the mountain backwards (aka toeside facing up). He made it sound way cooler than it is so I did that all the time, thinking I was hot stuff.
Favorite Mountain: Breckenridge
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Camping with Harker (and friends)
First Concert: Aaron Carter and I loved it. His childhood photos looked like my childhood photos so I thought we were friends
Fun fact: My mom’s sister in law (my aunt) is related to Colonel Sanders. I’m not, but I would get super nervous in college classes when the professors would ask everyone to say a fun fact about yourself. I told all my classes all 4 years that I am personally related to Colonel Sanders.
Hometown: Hot Springs, Arkansas
First Ski Memory: Church ski trips out to Colorado as a kid
Favorite Mountain: Aspen Highlands or Winter Park
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Backpacking
First Concert: Van Halen
If you could live anywhere other than Colorado where would it be? New York City. I like the idea of being surrounded by so much energy and activity all the time. Plus it would be fun to see if I could make it there.
Hometown: Anderson, South Carolina
First Ski Memory: When my good friend and now co-worker Matt took me down my first black diamond after only skiing for a couple days. Let's just say Matt was lucky that it was a nice day out and he didn't have to wait that long in a blizzard.
Favorite Mountain: Loveland
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Whitewater Kayaking
First Concert:Creed in Clemson, SC when I was in middle school.
If you could only listen to one musical artist/band for the rest of your life who would it be? The Band
Hometown: Salem, Oregon
First Ski Memory: Like so many others, learning to ski between my dads legs was my first memory. A few laps on the bunny chair followed by hot chocolate in the lodge with mom.
Favorite Mountain: Nostalgia is directing me to those awesome days as a kid at Hoodoo OR, but it is impossible to beat some of the all-time days at Winter Park.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Watching basketball. GO BLAZERS!!
First Concert: Either Bowling for Soup or Reliant K.... I don't remember which one, but they are equally as bad
Is cereal a soup? What constitutes a soup? Is it the viscosity? Is it the heat? Is it both? Is it neither? I say yes! A cereal is a soup, but I am just glad to bring the hard hitting questions to the table.
Hometown: Boonville, NY
First Ski Memory: Skiing after school on Thursday nights in the 3rd grade- My older brother started skipping out on lessons so I did the same. I never learned how to turn but had a lot of fun bombing the 500' vert at Snow Ridge in Turin, NY.
Favorite Mountain: Alta, Utah
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Mountain Biking
First Concert: Britney Spears
Which Hogwarts house are you? Hufflepuff- just out here trying to be patient, y'all.
Hometown: Maury, NC
First Ski Memory: Night "skiing" at Beech Mountain in North Carolina as an 8-year-old. I spent most of the night being dragged (literally) by the T-bar on the bunny slope, hating every minute of it, with way more time spent with my butt on the ground than my skis. My parents finally let me on the chairlift for a "real" run, and then I loved it (mostly because I would stop doing the pizza and my parents would have to try to catch me before I crashed, which was an exhilarating game of chase).
Favorite Mountain: Winter Park, CO (Mary Jane, especially) for the combination of the vibe and the skiing. But there's an argument for every mountain I've ever skied. Favorites are hard.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Ultimate Frisbee
First Concert: Some small, early 2000s punk/emo band (think: Anberlin, but not actually) at the Luna Bean in Wilson, NC.
Office Superlative: Most likely to be playing music no one else wants to listen to.
Hometown: Williston, SC
First Ski Memory: Skiing at Wolf Ridge in NC on a $10 student night. I was completely unprepared but was hooked after the first run.
Favorite Mountain: Crested Butte
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Climbing
First Concert: Lynard Skynard and Zac Brown Band
What is your favorite type of candy? Anything sour apple flavored.
Hometown: Farmville, Wisconsin
First Ski Memory: Ah, yes. Must've been around 10-years-old. I recall "pizza"-ing down the bunny slope at Afton Alps with a death grip on my mom's arm.
Favorite Mountain: As a newbie skier with only one season under my belt, I'll say Copper Mountain.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Running trails, slowly, for a very long time.
First Concert: Bon Jovi circa 2007
What is the first thing people notice about you when they meet you: Probably all my sick ink [insert skull emoji here]
Hometown: Lemont, IL
First Ski Memory: Ski-in/ski-out condo at Indianhead Mountain in the UP
Favorite Mountain: A-Basin
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: mountain biking
First Concert: Aerosmith/Kid Rock/Run DMC and they all got on stage for a finale of Walk This Way
Favorite piece of gear? Bamboo poles!
Hometown: Darnestown, MD
First Ski Memory: I vaguely remember little Chase throwing a pizza all the way down Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe, and then chasing the pizza down on skis.
Favorite Mountain: Alta, UT
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: You probably thought I was gonna say running huh? Well jokes on you cause my answer is actually...running.
First Concert: 30 Seconds to Mars at American University. I did the mosh pit.
If you had your own podcast, what would it be about? I have a podcast and it's about America's greatest reality TV show, the Bachelor.
First Ski Memory: lessons with Frog and Toad.
Favorite Mountain: Highlands or Steamboat
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Being in water
First Concert: Willie Nelson
Who's the man? Yup, thats me
Hometown: Edwardsburg, MI
First Ski Memory: Ripping my gloves to shreds on Midwestern rope tows
Favorite Mountain: Big Sky
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Bass fishing
First Concert: Def Leppard
Who won the 2001 Daytona 500? Michael Waltrip
Hometown: Sammamish, WA
First Ski Memory: Waking my ski instructor up from his nap on the chairlift before we had to get off (I think he had a long night)
Favorite Mountain: Eldora!!
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Climbing rocks and tending to my poor vegetable garden
First Concert: Taylor Swift on the Fearless tour
What do you want to be when you grow up? A weatherwoman. That way, I will always be able to find the POW!
Hometown: Boulder, Colorado
First Ski Memory: Staying in Winter Park with some family friends at their cabin. It was the classic ski weekend getaway, wake up eat breakfast, stand at the driveway for the bus to take us to the lifts. This set the love for staying at the mountain with friends for a ski getaway.
Favorite Mountain: Loveland or Brighton
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Rock climbing
First Concert: Santana at Fidler’s Green
What is your dream adventure? I would love to build out a little van and take a year off of everything to just travel around the states looking for new experiences and places to explore. Ideally leave the phone off and not wear a watch, just live on island time!
Hometown: Bainbridge Island, Washington
First Ski Memory: First year of high school tagging along with my really good friends. You don't need lessons, or bunny slopes, to learn how to ski right?
Favorite Mountain: Crystal in WA or Copper here in CO
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Backpacking, hiking, roadtripping, snowboarding, cliff jumping
First Concert: Hozier at Bumbershoot in 2015
Bucket list item: Skydiving!
Hometown: Colorado Springs
First Ski Memory: Learning to ski in Leadville with my brother (former Powder7 superstar, Matt H.)
Favorite Mountain: Park City
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Playing other sports like volleyball, golf, lacrosse, etc.
First Concert: Santana at Red Rocks
If you were forced to never be able to use one kitchen appliance again, what would it be? Dishwasher. Come on...you can wash them by hand.
Hometown: Lake Placid, NY
First Ski Memory: Hanging out in a backpack while my parents skied
Favorite Mountain: Whiteface (aka Iceface)
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Hiking or anything outside
First Concert: Demi Lovato
Perfect day? Get up for a sunrise hike, go out for a big breakfast, take a nap, paddleboard and hang out at a lake for the rest of the day
Hometown: Westminster, CO
First Ski Memory: Eating it just trying to get in line at A-bay three years ago.
Favorite Mountain: Big time Steamboat guy over here!
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Skiing is my entire personality during the winter, but I'll go trail running when the weather gets nice.
First Concert: Single File
What is the biggest take away from working in the ski industry? Punching boots hurts your knuckles!
Hometown: Bethel, VT
First Ski Memory: Almost crashing through a fence during my after school ski program at Suicide Six in
South Pomfret, VT
Favorite Mountain: Keystone
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Exploring Colorado on my gravel bike
First Concert: Vans Warped Tour in Boston, MA
One bucket list place you'd love to ski/visit? Japan
Hometown: Laconia, NH
First Ski Memory: I remember traveling up the T bar at Waterville Valley in New Hampshire. It was a cloudy and snowy day - I think I was wearing a red jacket.
Favorite Mountain: I've only skied in Colorado once in Telluride and it was amazing. Back east I really enjoy Bretton Woods, Waterville and Cannon.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Hiking, Biking, Camping, Photography, Motorcycling
First Concert: Weird Al
Favorite Brewery: Cerebral
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
First Ski Memory: skiing at Hidden Valley (not the ranch) in St. Louis with K2 rentals
Favorite Mountain: Copper Mountain
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Golf or Cooking
First Concert: U2 & Kanye West, I was in third grade and my mom signed me out of school to take me!
If you could place yourself in any movie, what movie and who would you be? Ricky Bobby from Talladega Nights.
Hometown: Northampton, MA
First Ski Memory: Night skiing on ice at Mt. Tom in western Mass
Favorite Mountain: Crested Butte
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Live music
First Concert: Horde Festival with my parents (but the first concert I personally requested to attend was Boyz II Men & Montell Jordan)
Something people may be surprised to learn about me: I get up 45 minutes earlier than necessary on any given day to maximize cuddle time with my cats.
Hometown: Birmingham, Alabama
First Ski Memory: Skiing with the boy scout troop at Ober Gatlinburg
Favorite Mountain: Steamboat Springs
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Riding bikes and basketball
First Concert: The Avett Brothers
Hometown: Monument, Colorado
First Ski Memory: Does skiing a split board count?
Favorite Mountain: Ama Dablam, one of the coolest looking mountains I've ever seen
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Climbing; Snow, Ice, Rock I'll climb it all
First Concert: Toby Mac
First Ski Memory: First time EVER skiing. 2015--I had just picked up my first setup at a ski swap in Crested Butte for $100 (boots, bindings, skis) and was stoked. I had no idea that the boots were too small and the skis were too big, but who cares--I was gonna learn to ski! First time out was way early in the season on Ohio Pass road skinning up the road and hilariously sliding down thinking I was going way too fast. It was the equivalent of a cat track at a resort. We all have to start somewhere!
Favorite Mountain: Crested Butte when it's good. Monarch when it's even just ok too.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Photography-- travel, lifestyle, engagements, elopements, landscapes, and anything else!
First Concert: Allman Brothers & Moe. (Lynyrd Skynyrd was supposed to open, but canceled. Moe still played Freebird, so we didn't miss out on anything)
Is it always the snowboarder's fault? Yeah probably
Hometown: Dallas, Texas
First Ski Memory: Went on a trip to Monarch as the only rookie with the promise of getting some pointers. First chair everyone booked it to the bottom and left me to fall a few hundred times on the way down.
Favorite Mountain: Pacific Peak
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Backpacking and board games
First Concert: 21 pilots
What problem or situation did you think would be common as a kid, but when you grew up you found out it wasn’t? Spontaneous combustion, why did we learn to stop drop and roll so much. I’ve only been on fire once. Such a waste.
First Ski Memory: When I was a kid remember going through all the trees at Winter Park
Favorite Mountain: Arapahoe Basin
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Rollerblading, climbing
First Concert: Luke Bryant
Can choose one sport to do rest of your life? rollerblading
First Ski Memory: Falling off the lift and my mom one-handing me back up into the chair
Favorite Mountain: The one with snow
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Road tripping
First Concert: We Came as Romans - right before Warped Tour
Favorite beer: Marble Brewing double white
Hometown: Broomfield, CO
First Ski Memory: No idea how to turn at Eldora straight line to the bottom
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Golfing or Mountain Biking
First Concert: Zeds Dead
Would you rather be stranded at sea or stuck in space? I would take space over the sea. Open water freaks me out and it would be nice to float around in space.
Hometown: Castle Rock, CO
First Ski Memory: Skiing Loveland pass without a single water-proof article of clothing.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Running, bikes, climbing, breathing hard.
First Concert: Hilary Duff
How many bikes is too many bikes to own? That's a bad question, try another one.
Hometown: Tulsa, OK
First Ski Memory: When I was a wee lad learning to slide down hills for the first time, I watched my brother fall right in front of me. As I laughed, I realized I did not know how to turn or stop and I ran right into him! Full yard sale. I was about 9.
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Disc Golf
First Concert: Creed
If you were adrift in space and had one last message to send to Earth before being lost to the cosmos, what would that message be? Everybody, I have hidden my entire life savings(assuming it is massive) in a shoe box right under the-...
Hometown: Little Rock, AR
First Ski Memory: Getting hyped up by my dad to hit a jump in the park and absolutely smacking the knuckle.
Favorite Mountain: Mary Jane feels like home
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: I like riding my bike with my friends. Fast single track is my favorite, but bike packing is a good rival
First Concert: I think it was Juicy J?
Fingers for toes or toes for fingers? I'm taking fingers for toes
Hometown: Rockport, Maine
First Ski Memory: Texas toast and hot cocoa at the Snow Bowl with my parents!
Favorite Mountain: Titus! Malone, NY
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Listening to Twiddle, Dead & CO, or Tyler Childers and catching some rays in the mountains or nearest body of water with friends!
First Concert: I think it was Rebelution at the State Theatre in Portland
Favorite skier and perfect date? Parker White, drinking rainier, and shaving mullets.
Hometown: Conifer, CO
First Ski Memory: Is yet to come!
Favorite Mountain: Loveland & Winter Park
Favorite Non-Ski Activity: Hot yoga, walking my dog, biking, and coffee shops
First Concert: MTV's TRL Tour - Destiny's Child, Nelly, Eve, 3LW & Dream
What is your favorite movie or TV show to quote at random? The Office, “Would I rather be feared or loved? Easy. Both. I want people to be afraid of how much they love me.” — Michael Scott
Whether you’re a seasoned expert or it’s your first time on snow, we believe in curating a shopper experience that will deliver on the customer’s specific needs. Before we recommend a product, we assess the customer’s experience level, budget, and tastes. We welcome feedback, believing that the customer is key to ensuring our business remains leading-edge. Our team doesn’t work on commission and customers can interact with any employee and receive superior customer service. Everyone on our team is a skier, and has expert knowledge of the gear we sell.
We hire staff who share in our beliefs and have a genuine desire to spread their love of skiing with customers. We empower teamwork and collaboration which creates an environment of mutual respect and loyalty. Our owners are involved in our day to day operations and believe in the importance of open communication between staff at all levels, valuing feedback from all employees.
We have the privilege to be a part of several communities, including the local community of Golden, Colorado, as well as the local and global ski communities. We contribute time and resources to each of these so that others may learn from us, and to support causes that benefit each of these communities. We are dedicated to supporting public schools within the Golden community and environmental efforts throughout the state of Colorado.
We want future generations to enjoy skiing just as much as we do, which is why we take seriously our role in preserving the environment. We work closely with Conservation Colorado and Protect Our Winters on sustainability efforts.
Jordan and Amy met at Boston University, where they both competed on the track team. Jordan, a senior who had earned spending money throughout college selling gear on eBay. Amy, a freshman who built Geocities websites in her spare time. Despite Jordan attempting to charge Amy $5 admission to a party, sparks flew, emotions ran high, and they have been inseparable ever since.
Jordan moved to Colorado after graduating and balanced life as a Denver Police Officer and professional triathlete. A dedicated skier as well, he saw the opportunity for a web focused Colorado ski shop that could serve local skiers while shipping every business day to serve skiers nationally. It was a tough decision, but Jordan left a career with the police behind to pursue his entrepreneurial dreams. The same week that Jordan left the police, Amy graduated from BU and headed west to Colorado, joining Jordan.
By October of 2007, Powder7 had moved from their garage into a proper, albeit a bit rough-around-the-edges, warehouse. Jordan and Amy taught themselves the basics of writing computer code to drive the ecommerce capabilities of the new site so they could wean their business off of eBay. Joining Jordan and Amy was their friend, Ofer, and a newly adopted terrier, Gulliver. For the first several months, they would load the boxed orders into their station wagon each afternoon, racing to the post office before closing time. As months went by, shipping, among many other aspects of the business, went from how-do-we-do-this controlled chaos to a streamlined and efficient system. Amy and Jordan steadily put their college microeconomics classes to use in figuring out how to build a business. More importantly, they applied their life values to building a business that makes customers happy, has a motivated and highly valued staff, respects our environment, and grows organically.
In 2009 they moved Powder7 a few miles down the road to Golden, where they've been ever since. Long ago Powder7 grew too big for a team of two and is proud to employ some of the best and brightest staff in the ski industry.
Today, we believe that we have the best ski shop in the Denver area as well as the best ecommerce ski shop in North America. We are open year round and continue to dedicate ourselves to skiing. We love biking, running, and everything else you can do on mountains but we like to try to be the best at something and that thing is helping skiers get the gear they need.