Jason Levinthal, the founder of J’s skis, created skis that are more appealing to terrain park riders. With Liventhals genius design, he was guided through many challenges and breakthroughs throughout his time managing his company. Now being sold under the K2 ski brand, the impact on ski design that Levinthal has left is rippling.
J Skis have joined forces with legendary artist Jimbo Phillips to collaborate on a new all-mountain ski, the Allplay “Stacked-Jimbo Phillips X J Collab.” Infamous for his iconic skateboard graphics, Phillips took advantage of the full length of these skis using his custom artwork similar to his eye-catching designs found on skate decks. These no-work, all-play skis are versatile, fun, […]
J Skis founder and owner Jason Levinthal announced today that they will be repurposing their excess ski core materials to make high-quality Boutique toilet paper. I received an email today from Jason bringing attention to their new mission to ramp up and produce designer TP with some of the likely cool graphics similar to those found on the top […]
J-Skis only pressed 80 pairs of these SKI-Bladezzz, and they sold out in 3 hours. Initially $420, they were marked down to $169 and flew off the shelves. The official description here, from their website: ONLY 80 PAIR MADE!!!! First come, first serve…. 91cm of power! It’s time to crank down your ski size and crank up your après!!! These pure […]
Jason Levinthal started LINE skis in his parent’s garage in 1995. In 2006, he sold the entire ski line to K2. He worked as Line’s Global Brand Director under K2 from 2006 until this past September, 2013. Jason has now started his 2nd ski company: J Skis “September 20th 2013 I left those brands (K2) to start this company with a […]