Mt. Everest is serving the masses with a huge selection of skis, snowboards and outerwear at up to 80% off. All ski and snowboard packages include a free lift ticket to Mountain Creek. Shoppers also have the chance to win a 4 day vacation to Whitefish Resort in Montana for some epic west coast winter riding.
Thursday : 5pm – 10pm
Friday : 12pm – 10pm
Saturday : 9am – 9pm
Sunday : 11am – 7pm
Monday : 11am – 7pm
Free Admission and parking for all visitors.
For more information visit our store in Westwood, or check out the sale online @ http://www.ridemteverest.com/giants-stadium-sale/. We’ll see you there!
The Defenders of Awesome series has a big reputation and these boards back it up. And when we say they back it up, we mean they back to back to back it up. As winners of the most coveted design award in snowboarding three years in a row, this highly sought after series now has a Transworld Good Wood 3-peat. It’s one of the best in the game and has the accolades to prove it. The DOA features a next-generation hybrid camber design, which delivers the pop and response of a camber board with the predictability of reverse camber. This truly is the go anywhere, do anything freestyle deck. For 2015 Capita has added an all new DS Select RFC Sustainable Dual Core and Fortress™ Kevlar Bound Sidewalls for bomb-proof construction.
The Westmark is a repeat winner of Transworld’s Good Wood Award is guaranteed to satisfy the freestyle rider’s appetite better than an all you can eat Chinese food buffet. This board provides the flex and response you want while jibbing, without sacrificing the stability and pop you need for higher speeds and bigger gaps
The new Ultra Mountain twin is the leaner, meaner brother of the time-tested award winning Mountain Twin. Using ULTRA Construction to eliminate weight and carbon stringers to add explosive pop, this board is designed to shred anything with playful finesse. Rocker tip and tail deliver serious float in the soft stuff while camber underfoot combined with Mellow Magne-Traction give the Ultra Mountain Twin snap and hold on hard pack. Bombing into jump lines, a sintered 9900 base will deliver the speed boost you need to go big while the carbon fiber stringers provide the stability to stomp. Though the base is as fast as it gets, it’s also bullet hard and designed to withstand lap after lap buttering boxes and rails. For freestyle riders who take fun seriously, this is your shred stick. The Himalayan spine wall graphic on the Ultra Mountain Twin was drawn by artist Joseph Toney.
This creepy crusher developed by Louis-Felix Paradis has become one of the most popular creations in the Salomon line. The Rock Out camber is essentially normal, yet when loaded up and flexed, the tips flatten out to offer a nice stable zone for landing, pressing and powering up ollies. The kinked sidecut is subtle but disperses pressure and adds extra bite where you need it. The twin shape, rubber sidewall dampening, and ollie-promoting milled aspen core round out the rest of its sneaky traits.
Messing with something tried and true is always risky, but YES proto’d a few concepts, got them on snow, and soon uncovered what we can confidently say is the future of the Jackpot. It’s still a true park master in every sense of the word. Responsive, fast, playful and stable. All thanks to the new MidBite outline. MidBite cheats by having a narrower waist width equaling faster toe-to-toe response time, while still maintaining the landing stability and ollie platform you need from width, just outside the bindings. Cheating or not, there’s no need to compromise your ride any longer.
Winter’s back and it’s never been a better time to join the Armada in the hunt for powder, fresh lines, park laps, and the deep urban features. Based out of Park City, Utah Armada has been on the scene since 2002 and have worked to build one of the most dominant brands in the freestyle ski industry. They pride themselves on the fact they are a rider driven company with a number of owner/riders who helped get them off the ground and into the spotlight. A number of their owner riders are household names in the freestyle ski realm including the likes of Tanner Hall, the late JP Auclair, JF Cusson, Torin Yater-Wallace, and Henrik Harlaut. Beginning with only two freestyle skis in the line, the company has expanded to include everything from touring skis to all mountain and extra wide powder happy setups. They have also very successfully expanded into the outerwear sector and continue to produce some of the best looking gear available today.
Armada has long been credited with breathing some youthful life into the freestyle ski scene, and increasing young men and women’s participation in the sport. Now boasting an incredibly diverse line up of products Armada continues to take the sport to new heights with a real rider driven feel and backing it’s hard to go wrong when you’re stepping into a brand new pair of Armada ski’s. Mount Everest has carried Armada skis and outerwear for years and looks forward to sharing the 2016 line with our customers throughout the nation.
Here are 3 essential pieces to pick up from Armada this season,
No slim fit ski pants here. Henrik Harlaut a household name amongst freestyle skiers made these pants famous when they fell off during the Sochi winter games. Don’t let the smooth look fool you, this easy-going pant meets the highest technical standards of its namesake, Henrik Harlaut.
Fit + Sizing: Baggy
100% Seam Sealed
Mesh Lined Inner Leg Vents
Adjustable Inner Waistband
Boot Gaiter with Lycra Suspensions
Pant to Jacket Snap Interface
The Saint Pullover is a non insulated shell that’s perfect for warm spring days. Don’t let that fool you though, this roomy, waterproof, and breathable jacket could weather any winter conditions with the proper layering.
Waterproofing + Breathability
Fit + Sizing: Anorak
Style + Materials: Nylon Micro Oxford
100% Seamed Sealed
External-access Music Pocket with Headphone Port
No Snag Mesh Lined Pit Vents
Side Seam Access for Easy On/Off
The AR7 is Armadas flagship park ski. With a firm flex and AR50 sidewalls which reduce swing weight, the AR7 is an ideal tool for hitting big jumps and greasing any rail you face. It’s inherent versatility will take you from the backcountry to the park.
Core Material: Wood
Shape: Twin Tip
Shape: Twin Tip
Profile: Rocker + Camber
Winter is upon us, and from the looks of the West coast right now, the snow gods have blessed the US. Take a look at the rest of our Armada products as well as hundreds more on our website! We’ll see you this winter.
When’s the last time you hit the park and didn’t see more than half of the riders crushing it on some of Capita’s outlandish and in your face graphics. The brand has all but taken over the freestyle snowboarding scene and showing no signs of slowing down. With a wide range of technical boards and apparel that cater to a continuously varying customer base they have grown rapidly since their debut in 2000 with the Black Snowboard of Death which remains one of the best selling boards in their lineup to this day.
Capita has been a staple in the Mount Everest line for years now and continue to be a top seller across the board (no pun intended) whether you’re looking for the next board to crush some rails, or slay some fresh powder in the glades Capita offers a deck catered to your needs.
Capita MFG boasts one of the most technically sound pro teams in the biz. Some of the most iconic and innovative riders are strapping into a Capita deck year in and year out. Familiar names include Kazu Kokubo, Scott Stevens, Dan Brisse, and for the ladies you’ll find the likes of Jess Kimura who rides harder and heavier than any dude you know. Watch Scott Steven’s change your definition of snowboarding real quick…
Below are some of the top product offerings from Capita via Mt. Everest:
Available Sizes: 156,159, 162, 165
Shape: Directional All Mountain
Camber: Mountain Flat Kick
Flex Rating: 7 of 10
2 year warranty from date of purchase covering manufactures defect.
Rider Style + Ability
For that hard charging all mountain rider thats looking to get the most out of every turn. With a ton of tech and back to back to back Good Wood Awards this board has everything you need and more.
Not only is the Black Snowboard of Death the OG Capita, it remains one of the most popular all mountain boards on the market due to its slick style and all around performance level. An iconic all terrain slayer with a tendency for dropping big cliffs and ripping deep pow slashes, the BSoD offers a mix of positive and reserve camber that offers tons of pop, epic control, and float you can only dream of. This board offers one of Capita’s lightest cores, paired with carbon forks and progressive geometry to help you crush any conditions the mountain can throw at you.
Available Sizes: 140, 42, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54
Shape: True Twin
Camber: Hybrid Flatkick
Flex Rating: 4 of 10
2 year warranty from DOP covering manufacturer defects.
Rider Style + Ability
This is the board for that girl that rides the whole mountain hits the park and loves snowboarding and everything it has to offer.
A standout in women’s snowboarding the Capita Birds of a Feather has quickly established itself as a top contender for the next board to add to your quiver, regardless of your style. With a go anywhere, do anything and crush it all mentality this board puts an all mountain weapon under your feet. Not only has it repeatedly outshone the competition as a good wood winner for 3 straight years, its tough as nails with kevlar enforced sidewalls that guarantee longevity, because we guarantee you wont want to let this board go.
A movie made to take everything you thought you knew about snowboarding and flip that on its head. Prepare yourself as you experience some of the most forward thinking riding on the planet exhibited by the Capita team and more. If you think your DIY setup in the backyard is sufficient prepare to have your mind blown by the like of Scott Steven’s and co as they shape hit features in some of the most mind-blowing fashions.
ThirtyTwo’s claim to fame are their snowboards boots and for all the right reasons. They’re known for being lightweight, well-fitting, and packed with progressive tech features. ThirtyTwo’s lineup of technical outerwear is no exception. With team riders like Joe Sexton, Scott Stevens, Jake Kuzyk and Chris Bradshaw testing the line, you know this gear can take a beating.
STAY WILD with K2 Snowboarding and Airblaster this season with this year’s Happy Hour. The K2 Happy Hour is a 100% FLATLINE twin board that is reshaped with K2’s new “Tweakend” technology. K2 just extended their Baseline Rocker all the way out to the absolute end of the board to create more rideable surface in the tip and tail of the board, giving the rider a more stable platform to press, butter, float, and stomp landings with. Add in K2’s “Ollie” bar and carbon web laminates the Happy Hour gets all the pop and snap needed to stab and grab down the entire mountain. Shop all 2013 K2 Snowboards.
Armada Skis built its brand from pure freeride roots and year after year they’re the first company park rats look to for inspiration. Their team features some of the biggest names in freeride skiing like JP Auclair, Jacob Wester, Phil Casabon, and Tanner Hall. With this much knowledge and experience stacked on one team, you know their skis are designed to get the job done. Stop by the Ski Shop to complete your setup!
Pipe purists will feel right at home with the Armada Pipe Cleaner Ski which was designed specifically for taking on icy pipe walls. This full camber, twin tip ski comes complete with a comp base for speed and an oversized, heat-treated edge for durability.
If you’re into the urban scene and rails are your jam, the Armada T-Hall Ski is stiff and cambered underfoot with a softer carbon-kevlar strung tip and tail to give you the pop you need for slaying urban features.
Whether your playground is East or West coast based, when the soft and white piles up, the last thing you want is the be stuck on sinking skinny skis. The Armada JJ Ski is the answer to your prayers with a 115mm waist and 136 and 133mm contact points in the tip and tail respectively. This ski is incredibly maneuverable in hardpack and rough snow conditions thanks to its Freeride Rocker Profile, so East coasters should give this ski a second look. Get Stoked! Winter is upon us, don’t be unprepared. That’s just dumb.
The forecast is showing that there is some white precipitation heading toward the East Coast. In case you forgot what you need to make the best of a powder day, shop our guide to keep you getting freshies all day long.
The Salomon BBR is a ski like no other ski ever made. An oversized, surfboard like tip and rocker shape enable the ski to float in powder and adapt to uneven terrain smoothly and predictably. BBR’s narrow waist and pintail, its short radius and short effective edge on-piste provide great grip and playfulness on harder snow. What Salomon calls the “V” shape, is literally 2 skis in one. The new V-shape is characterized by a surf board shaped tip , a narrow waist and a pin tail. The overall result is versatile performance that must be experienced to be believed. Shop the Salomon BBR
The weather can’t make up it’s mind, so why should you have to? Pick up a piece that can be worn multiple ways & ta-da! you’re prepared for anything. Foursquare Outerwear goes by the slogan “Everything has a purpose,” making them a go-to brand for functional design, construction & materials.
The 2012 Women’s Easel Jacket is a 10.000MM/10,000G, hooded style that comes with a removable tech flannel liner. The outer shell is a 2L Microshield dobby weave fabric with taffeta lining & fully taped seams- great to wear by itself on wet, blustery days. The plaid tech flannel acts as a discrete, insulating layer on the hill and has moisture wicking abilities too. When worn alone, it makes a soft & cozy apres-ready top.
The Men’s 2012 Frame Custom Fleece is a functional full-zip hoodie that gives you that layered look without the bulk. The nylon fabric has a 600MM coating for additional waterproofing while the 300gm brushed fleece keeps you nice & warm. Undo the covered zips at each shoulder to remove the sleeves & layer as much or as little as you want. Great on mellow days spent hiking the park AND on every other day, makes an undeniably good-looking hoodie.