Our vision for Powder Point Sports began with a simple conversation between siblings (David and Christy) at a downtown Boston restaurant in the winter of 2013. The initial concept was simple - bring innovative designs and color to a ski pant industry dominated by single color pants since its infancy. The idea was inspired by the old mogul pants that seem all but extinct on the mountains today. Although mogul skiing is a unique art within a sport that has seen versatility explode in the recent decade, the colors and styles we create show a passion for skiing that can be found in bumps, parks, trees, and on corduroy. In order to bring our dream to fruition, we had one main obstacle, getting our product seen by the fun-loving people that make skiing and snowboarding the greatest sports on earth. So it was decided, we would skip work every day, and ski until our legs would no longer permit it, so the world could see the next generation of snow apparel designs. It was a grueling job that involved uncovering countless powder stashes, skiing endless mogul fields, and cruising in the wide open bowls, but it was all worth it so that we could share our enjoyment of skiing with you.
Powder Point Sports added 8 new photos — with David Urban and 8 others at Winter Park Resort.Monday, February 26th, 2018 at 11:57am
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Winter Park Resort
Great weekend at the Wells Fargo Cup supporting the National Sports Center for the Disabled! Congrats to the Powder Point Sports / NSCD Future Leaders team on winning the Cup!
Powder Point SportsThursday, February 15th, 2018 at 9:26am
Who wore the pants better?
Powder Point Sports is with Nick Cabral at Loon Mountain Resort.Monday, February 12th, 2018 at 9:06am
Nick Cabral finding some birthday powder at Loon in his custom "Live Free or Die" Powder Point Sports pants. The New Hampshire state motto was originally written by General John Stark in 1809 and is a reminder of the freedom we all enjoy, especially on a powder day!