This summer you can find Arctica at Mt Hood at the Fuxi Racing Govi 1 Stop Shop. Franz Fuchsberger has moved all operations from Copper Mountain to Mt Hood until Labor Day weekend. His fully stocked race gear shop is all set up in the gas station next to the Mt Hood Brewery. While he doesn’t stock skis, boots or bindings, he does stock pretty much everything else. This well stocked ski shop carries Arctica jackets, side zip pants, training shorts, coaches pants and more. In addition to Arctica, the Fuxi Flash Shop stocks everything an alpine athlete could want or need while at Mt Hood.
I stock the best products in the business because I don’t make them. — Franz Fuchsberger
The weather at Mt Hood can be unpredictable. Arctica Race Capes and Warm Up Coats make great rain protection. Sometimes, you realize you packed the wrong jacket. If so, Fuxi can get you into an Arctica jacket that will fit your needs.
This pop up shop has everything a ski racer or freestyle skier could want or need while at summer ski camp at Mt Hood, even iconic Fuxi-style sunglasses. Get flashed up Fuxi-style with funky and fun sun glasses – a must on the glacier.
There is a lot of product in the Fuxi race shop. In addition to Arctica apparel there is FuxiFLASH race suits, free ride pants, JATI/OneZ’s and other clothing. There is a nice selection of gloves/mittens, Briko helmets and goggles, race protection and Komperdell poles. There is also tons of accessories. Socks, sunglasses, tuning gear, backpacks, boot bags, booster straps, cat tracks and ski bags. Everything a ski racer at summer ski camp could possibly need.
Just like Fuxi says, the Fuxi Racing Govi 1 Stop Shop is your 1 stop shop for all your ski racing gear and leisure wear needs while in Mt Hood. Have your Arctica product of choice waiting for you upon on your Race Camp arrival the FuxiFLASH Govi 1StopShop!
Give Fuxi or RobSKI a Jingle for any product inquiry:
Fuxi Hotline: 970-376-1288
Rob’s Hotline: 971-804-2551
Shop address is 87254 E. Government Camp Loop Road in Government Camp, Oregon. They’ll be there until September 4. After that it’s back to their digs at Copper Mountain in Colorado. Stop in and say hi – and don’t forget to tell them Arctica sent you!
Editors note: updated 6/17/17