The Swiss Alps have taught us that only the best materials can truly rise to the challenges of winter. Only meticulous workmanship can enable them fully to unleash their benefits. That is why our entire ski manufacturing process that takes place in Switzerland is exclusively within our own production facility in Malters (Lucerne).
With great finesse
We only have one goal in sight with all of our sculpting, adjusting and testing: to always achieve the most unique ride with every turn you make on a Stöckli ski. To that end, we combine innovative technology with fiercely passionate handwork. Both CAD programs and CNC ski mills ensure precision just as too does the experienced eye of every single associate.
Know-how 80 years strong
The production facility in Malters began operation in 1986. Each year, Stöckli Swiss Sports AG sells 60,000 pairs of skis. With 80 years of expert knowledge and the continual implementation of innovative ideas from the successful racing and development departments, Stöckli guarantees a wide-reaching collection sure to meet the needs of every skier.
IDENTICAL PRODUCTION METHODS AS FOR OUR WORLD CUP ATHLETES' SKI
Stöckli World Cup racing skis are made using identical processes as our retail skis. For this reason, every consumer shopping at retail will find the same Stöckli skis as used by Marco Odermatt, Julia Mancuso, Viktoria Rebensburg or Fanny Smith. Of course, during the World Cup season, certain adjustments are made (waist, stiffness, aggressive behavior) to meet the needs of quickly changing demands. But when it comes to the fundamental construction, nothing about the skis is different!