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April 19, 2012 by tom 1 Comment I just received a letter from Richard Maguire in the UK and thrilled to report he has joined the online blogging community with his new blog The English Woodworker.
You may remember seeing a guest blog here last year about one of Richards incredible workbenches. Members of 1% for the Planet contribute 1% of annual sales directly to nonprofit environmental organizations.
Avon Maine woodworker hand crafting wooden skis is finding his way into a niche market by making a quality product. The company which is in its first full production ski season has made around 50 pairs of skis which come in 3 different versions. The author of the following article, Scott Thistle of the Sun Journal recently tried the wooden skis out on Maine’s Saddleback Mountain and wrote about his experience. Reinholt’s nearly all-wood skis are as functional as they are beautiful, according to skiers who have tested them. Lucid makes three types of skis in various lengths: One is designed for natural snow, one for groomed trails and the third for back-country adventuring.


During a recent outing on the slopes of Saddleback, the skis fetched accolades from other skiers who were fast to comment on the non-flashy design and all-natural look. Maine has a long history of woodworkers making wooden skis and Reinholt is doing his part to bring the tradition back. In this video by Russ Dillingham of the Sun Journal Ian Reinholt and his partner Nick Mukai discuss the processes they use to make the wooden skis.
As a lifelong skier and woodworker I find these wooden skis fascinating and beautiful and would love to take a few runs.
Historical and modern art and craft, with an emphasis on architecture and furniture design. Woodworker week (which might turn into a month) continues with Whidbey Island's Craig Yamamoto, whose fusion of traditional Japanese cabinetry and the simple, subtle lines of Shaker furniture is as attractive as it is useful.
The 1% for the Planet network brings together like-minded leaders who share a belief that business can be a vital catayst for positive environmental change. Each pair takes them about 12 hours to build from rough lumber to finished product and sells for between $800 – $1000.


While each is designed with a specialty focus, all three work well on most snow conditions. But the superior performance of the skis on the slopes was what was being talked about by those who tried them. He is hoping to have 150 pairs ready for next year and to eventually make 500 pairs per year bring new jobs to the area. If you would like more information about this Maine woodworker hand crafting wooden skis click here for the Lucid Skis Facebook page. He works with sustainably grown and harvested exotics as well as some domestic hardwoods, and as can be seen in the grain and texture of his work, puts an enormous amount of effort nto hand-selecting the woods he uses. The brand focuses on skis that work well in the kinds of widely variable conditions seen in New England, Reinholt said.



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