Thank you for your support!

Thank you for your support!

As the ski season (most likely) comes to an end for me, it's time to reflect on Central Park Skiers' journey.

The word that comes to mind is "progress". Over the past year, and especially in the last 4-6 months, we've made significant strides forward.

The launch of two new backpack models – Adapt-Alpine 25 and Adapt-Alpine 35 – was a major milestone. Collaborating with riders like @mikkoairas and @timolukkariniemi and seeing our products in action was incredibly rewarding. Engaging in discussions about product features and the business side of things with various companies and individuals has also had a significant impact on my perspective and plans for the future.

The most important takeaway for me has been the positive and encouraging feedback on the backpacks' design, functionality, and the enthusiasm for a local, locally made gear brand that truly caters to the demands of backcountry skiing and alpine touring. My own ski touring adventures in France, Italy, Norway, and the hills of Southern Finland have reinforced my vision for the products and what Central Park Skiers can offer to skiers and riders.

Overall, the past few months have demonstrated that our backpacks perform exceptionally well in the mountains, with features like the integrated one-attachment-point helmet carry pouch outperforming those of other brands. I know it's a bold claim, but a little self-confidence never hurts, right? Nevertheless, I invite you to judge the product for yourself.

Looking ahead, my goal for the next 6 months is to improve product presentations on the webshop so that customers can truly see how the backpacks work and what they look like in action. Additionally, I aim to expand our product line with another backpack specifically designed for alpine touring, featuring only the most essential features and weighing very little. This may not be for everyone, but it's the style that some professionals and enthusiasts prefer-

Stay tuned for more updates on this and everything else. Have a fantastic spring!



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