Saga’s mascot, Angus the Cheeseburger, can tell you a lot about their attitude. They’re dedicated to disrupting the ski industry and making it more fun. The brand came from a school project. In 2005, Andrew Mallett and Austin Stevens were in school at the University of Montana and were dissatisfied with the fit and style of all the ski gear they could find - it was too tight and boring. So they started Saga to make something different. With progressive fits and evoCollective riders Wiley Miller and Colin Collins onboard, you can be sure Saga is made by skiers, for skiers.
Saga has always been known for their style. This year, they’ve dialed back their colors and prints a bit, and focused on fit and technical details. They have four lines of gear, from the highly technical Premium series, to the urban-focused Riding series. They all incorporate Saga’s signature flair, from the Hawaii-inspired Mahalo print to the OG Logo.