1. Where can I get S N O fashions and gear?
The only place to get S N O performance components is direct to you through this exclusive webstore and from exclusive partners in Whistler Village, BC Canada.
2. How is S N O supposed to be pronounced? I'm hearing SNO and S-N-O. I'm confused.
We pronounce it S-N-O.
3. Where did the S N O icon come from?
is the evolution of the Snomotion trademark. S N O stands for Super Natural Outdoors. The stylized S & N represent gravity tracks and the glacier blue O represents our healthy blue planet. Below are some work-ups done by Drew and son Alexander on the way to final design.
4. How much is shipping?
Standard shipping is free, everywhere on any order over $100.
5. How long does delivery usually take?
Exact delivery time is hard to estimate as it varies with different countries import and duty processes. Our goal is to standard ship within 3-4 business days. In normal circumstances, you should expect standard delivery in the range of 2 -3 weeks. The USA can be quicker due to proximity to Canada.
6. Looks like you only have T shirts, where is the other gear you show and talk about?
Good question. Due to saving snow urgency and the time involved to build support, we are igniting the S N O Whistler brand now with sustainable bamboo casual wear. Behind the scenes we have many technical and purpose-based items designed, which will be added as soon as possible.
7. What's an actionista?
Actionista was a term Snomotion coined back in the day to define those who sought out fashion style with actionsport function. Actionista is a blend of the words actionsport and fashionista. We are now taking this one step forward to recognize action as it relates to addressing climate change solutions.
8. Great images, where are they from?
Images are a compilation pulled from various sources and historical archives depicting a Whistler styled lifestyle. While we've done our best to ensure appropriate compliance of use, some may have slipped through the cracks. Please contact us directly at images@SNOwhistler.com if you feel we have represented an image in poor light or abused any usage rights and we will address immediately.
9. Can I have my photo's displayed on your site?
Sure. Just send us an email to images@SNOwhistler.com with comp's for our review and we can organize display.
10. How can I become a model for your fashions and gear?
Send us an email with your details to model@SNOwhistler.com and we will review and get back to you. Please note all models must be 18 years of age or older.
11. You're saying you did sustainable things and produced innovative gear...tell me about it.
With Shirtprint Studios we supported Whistler artists and the fine art silkscreen tradition. We were early in recycling initiatives and using environmentally sound fabrics & natural dying processes in our design and manufacturing processes. With Snomotion we designed v1.0 technical wear, including skin, thermal and waterproof/breathable outerwear layered systems with Whistler actionsport styled features. Snomotion technical packs and travel bags incorporated first-use insulated hydration sleeves, optic yellow interiors, clean covers, and taxi tie-down straps for adventure travel convenience.
12. I have a unique product I think you would like. How do I introduce myself and product to you?
Great...that's easy. Send us an email to innovation@SNOwhistler.com with a few details and we can start talking.
13. What do you mean by investing a balanced share of profits to save snow? This sounds weak.
It means while ideally we would invest all profits to fight climate change, the reality is we need to keep our business running, invest in developing innovative, socially and environmentally responsible products, and reward our epic investors. In other words, balance and share profits between crucial business drivers, society, and our planet, which is everyone's ultimate stakeholder. Our vision is to share up to 1/3 of profits to climate change initiatives.
14. If you're from Canada, why are your prices in $US?
Like so many other operations, most of our raw material inputs are priced in $US. With volatility in international currency valuations constantly impacting costs and pricing, we plan to minimize product price adjustments by just keeping our prices in $US.