You may have heard of them as the first rowing camp in North America, or perhaps as the most consistent snow in the east, but even without participating in one of the COC's programs, you can share the same great Craftsbury setting, excellent food, and facilities as group or individual guests. Craftsbury has the pleasure of hosting the Green Racing Project Rowing, Skiing, and Biathlon Teams at the Center.
Since 1976, Concept2 has been making innovative rowing products, from their Indoor Rowers to the Dreissigacker Racing Oars. In 2009, Concept2 introduced the SkiErg. Whether you're a rower, a skier, or neither one, Concept2's products will help you get fit, stay fit, win your race, or train for your primary sport.
Since 1990 Clif bar as been passionate about nutrition that inspires adventure. Their mission says it well, "we're working to run a different kind of company: The kind of place we'd want to work, that makes the kind of food we'd like to eat and that strives for a healthier, more sustainable world - the kind of world we'd like to pass on to our children".
NormaTec is the leader in rapid recovery—their systems give a competitive edge to the world’s elite athletes, coaches, and trainers. Their goal is to establish recovery as an integral part of every athlete’s training, and they feel NormaTec systems are the best way to accomplish that. The NormaTec PULSE Recovery Systems are dynamic compression devices designed for recovery and rehab. All of their systems use NormaTec's patented PULSE technology to help athletes recover faster between training sessions and after performance.
In the winter of 2007, Vermont skier Corinne Prevot picked up some fun fabric and started making hats for her Burke Mountain Academy teammates and friends. Soon the demand for the colorful hats grew, as did the variety of prints. As the buzz snowballed beyond the New England ski community, new products joined the line to keep everyone warm and colorful. Skida believes in local production, limited edition products, and a fresh perspective, and in supporting the local community.
The 120-year-old Julbo brand is built on a rich history in alpine-mountaineering, high-altitude, and glacier exploration optics. Jules Baud, the founder of Julbo, began making sunglasses when Crystal hunters earning a living by looking for crystals asked Baud to develop sunglasses to help them better explore the Chamonix Valley. Today, Julbo is an emerging multi-sport eyewear company that makes eyewear for elite outdoor athletes as well as mainstream users. Julbo is fully committed to creating a line of sunglasses with world-renowned optical quality melded with a bold sense of style. Julbo USA is based in Williston, Vermont.
Caldwell Sport provides service and selection of cross country racing skis at the highest level available. They are not a full-service retail shop. They don't do boots, poles, clothing, accessories, or even step-down ski models. They focus their attention on what they do best, and they continually strive to improve the company and its services. They're interested in working with racers at all levels who want the best skis they can get.
In 1975, the idea of portable heart rate monitors came into existence on a skiing track. At that time there was no way to accurately record heart rates during training. Just over a year later POLAR was founded, near the city of Oulu, Finland – a region renowned for its technological research and surrounded by some of the most challenging environments in Europe. Today, Polar employs 1200 people worldwide, manufactures all products in its fully owned factories, has 26 subsidiaries globally and manages a distribution network supplying over 35,000 retail outlets in more than 80 countries.
Podiumwear creates patterns that function at the highest levels of competition, sources fabrics and trims that can overcome the toughest conditions, works with clients to bring their unique design ideas to life, then prints, transfers, cuts and sews each piece to the highest standards. All of their products are made in their St. Paul, Minnesota facility.