Carve Into a Sustainable Future With ZAG Skis and Their ZAGREEN Program

ZAG Skis is leading the charge towards a greener future with its ZAGREEN Program, a comprehensive initiative launched in 2015 that aims to minimize the environmental impact of ski production.

Located just 200 meters from the lifts of Grand Montets Chamonix, ZAG LAB serves as the epicenter for testing and perfecting sustainable materials, reflecting the company’s commitment to the mantra “Explore More, Destroy Less.”

Carefully Selected Materials for a Greener Slope Experience

ZAG prioritizes sustainability throughout its supply chain, with 95% of materials sourced from within Europe, significantly reducing the company’s shipping footprint.

The skis feature natural flax fibers for vibration dampening, a bio-based top sheet, and recycled ski edges.

ZAG’s dedication to purposeful design extends beyond the slopes, as they’ve eliminated traditional plastic blister packaging, saving over 3000 lbs of plastic from landfills.

ZAG’s Sustainable Materials

 ZAG Skis

Taking a bold step forward, ZAG skis now ship in reusable GOTS-certified cotton bags, ensuring sustainability is interwoven into every facet of the ZAG skiing experience.

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Leonard Pineda

Leonard loves traveling and experiencing new places and people. He enjoys going on walks and communing with nature. Leonard is also passionate about education and what it can do to conserve the environment.

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