RØNNING TRESKI - NORWAY
Rønning treski is a small family-owned business located in Skotterud, Norway. They have been proud producers of handmade wooden skis since 1936, and they are still going strong. Rønning treski supply us with the finest Norwegian wood for our Streamlines skis.
Our Streamlines skis are produced with a wooden core made of Norwegian birch and spruce from sustainable forestry in the south of Norway. The spruce in our Streamlines skis comes from the local sawmill at Skotterud, Eidskog Stangeskovene.
MADE WITH 100 % RENEWABLE ENERGY
ÅRE SKI FACTORY
Our Streamlines skis are produced at Åre skidfabrik in Sweden. In addition to manufacturing all skis with 100 % renewable energy, as well as running an energy-optimized factory, the factory has strict rules and laws regarding working environment, as well as waste and chemical management.
Stein Eriksen Norway
Three WC Gold
In the Alpine WC in Åre Sweden in 1954, Stein Eriksen won three golds, in slalom, giant slalom and in the combination. There was also a gold in the Olympics on home ground in Oslo in 1952, and the Norwegian was seen as his country's top alpine skier right up until the 1990s when Kjetil Andre Aamodt started to rack up victories.
After the three golds in Åre in 1954, Stein Eriksen ended his amateur career and moved to the USA where he ran several ski schools and hotel facilities, including in Utah where he died.
Picture reference: digitaltmuseum.no
DESIGNED AND ENGINEERED IN OSLO
STEREO SKIS COLLAB
Streamlines skis are designed and engineered in Oslo in close cooperation with the Norwegian brand Stereo Skis. The ski models Oslo 1952 and Åre 1954 feature aviation grade composite laminates and World Cup materials for pinnacle performance.