snowboard bottle openerby Michael Bellino
- the story
Get My Draught?
Whether a snowboarder spends their day hitting the slopes or just taming mountains of paperwork in the office, there's no better way for him or her to chill than by cracking open a favorite drink, cozying up by the fire, and imagining future adventures. Made out of a former slope shredder, Michael Bellino's one-of-kind opener is the perfect tool to capture the spirit of the slopes year-round. Each unique piece is slightly weathered from catching extreme drifts in its past life. Handcrafted in Millbury, Massachusetts.
- Item ID
- Made from
- recycled snowboard
- 9.75" L x 2.625" W
- the maker
Michael Bellino started making Ski chairs in 1993 after purchasing a lake house that needed deck furniture. Looking for an alternative to plastic patio furniture, he found inspiration in O'Neils Bike and Ski Shop, which he managed. Two weeks and two prototypes later, he created the first Ski chair with his old racing and bump skis. Michael says he's still sitting in that original chair today!
Over the next few years he expanded the product offering using different types of sports equipment. Understanding the importance of recycling, Michael recycles all types of sports equipment, uses recycled plastic for bench legs and ships all of the larger products in recycled bicycle boxes. Currently, Michael and his team recycles over 20,000 pieces of sports equipment each year, which includes snow and water skis, wake and snow boards, hockey sticks, baseball bats and golf clubs. collection
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