AlderOnion Builds Upscale Ski and Snowboard Storage Solutions for People With Downhill Passion

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AlderOnion offers practical, accessible -- and beautiful -- storage solutions to help skiers and riders protect and organize their gear in a way that reflects the passion and investment they've made in their equipment and their homes.

Except for the alder wood we ship in and some of the hardware we use, everything is 'home grown.' We're doing our best to stimulate the local economy without getting Congress involved.

AlderOnion has a message for people who design, build, manage or own upscale homes for skiers and riders: The new company combines wood, metal, and inspiration to build ski and snowboard storage solutions worthy of the most demanding owners, the best equipment, and the finest lodgings.

"We build premium storage furniture for people who don't want to store their ski or snowboard gear in a wire or plastic contraption or cram it in a closet," says AlderOnion chief executive officer Nathan Jarvis. "We offer practical, accessible -- and beautiful -- storage solutions to help skiers and riders protect and organize their gear in a way that reflects the passion and investment they've made in their equipment and their homes."

Alder Onion offers these products:

  •     Two freestanding rotating units that store eight pairs of skis with poles or four pairs of skis and four snowboards.
  •     A wall-mounted combination rack that stores four pairs of skis with poles or four snowboards or a combination of both, four pairs of boots, along with helmets, gloves, and other gear.
  •     Two wall-mounted units that store respectively four or six pairs of skis and poles, or four or six snowboards, or a combination of both, along with helmets, gloves and other gear.
  •     Cabinets that store two pairs of skis, boots, and poles or two snowboards and two pairs of boots.
  •     A wall-hugging rack that stores four pairs of skis and poles.

Details on AlderOnion's craftsmanship. Each AlderOnion product is built one at a time and hand-finished. The products incorporate more than 20 years of design, finished carpentry, and building experience. "These are not the typical pegs in a wall or plastic-and-wire ski racks for people who treat their equipment like snow shovels," says Jarvis.

AlderOnion products add order and style to residential or commercial ski-in/ski-out rooms, storage areas, garages, etc. In addition to the flagship group of storage products available via their website, http://www.alderonion.com, the company works with architects and designers to create custom ski rooms that are an extension of the rest of the environment.

AlderOnion is located in Heber Valley near Park City, Utah. "We've made a special effort to use local resources as much as we can," Jarvis says. "Except for the alder wood we ship in and some of the hardware we use, everything is 'home grown.' We're doing our best to stimulate the local economy without getting Congress involved."

"Everyone here shares a passion for excellence and the benefits of mountain life," he says. "The sight of snow gets us as excited as kids in a toy store. That same enthusiasm is reflected in every piece we build."

AlderOnion: Made in the mountains by and for people with a passion for quality.

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