Analog Announces Design Unlikely Features Contest


Submit Entries Now to Have Your Very Own Snow Feature Built

Irvine, California (August 31st, 2010) Have you ever dreamed of being an astronaut? An architect? But you’re too lazy to do it? Well, here is your chance to redeem yourself.

Analog’s Design Unlikely Features Contest invites you to create a unique, custom-built jib feature. Come up with a totally new idea, or build upon something that already exists. Draw it by hand, create on your computer, sketch on a napkin, build it out of Popsicle sticks…use whatever method you want. Be creative!

Send your entries to Analog via email, standard mail or upload it to our site between
September 1st-October 31st to:

Snail Mail:
Design Unlikely Features Contest
c/o Analog Clothing
8659 Research Drive, Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92618


Entries will be judged based on creativity, ride-ability, and build-ability. We are looking for something fresh and imaginative, and that is also movable.

Analog judges will pick the winner with a little help from you. Twice a month we will post the top five entries on These semi-finalists will receive a swag package just for being a top entry!

If you win, you will have your dream creation built and Analog will bring you out for the weekend to the Design Unlikely Features Contest on December 18th, 2010. Big Bear Mountain Resort will host the event where you can participate in the first ever contest on your winning feature. No pressure, competing is optional. In addition, the winner will receive:

1st Prize
2 Round Trip Tickets to/from Big Bear Mountain
2 Nights Lodging at Big Bear Mountain Resorts
Custom built snow feature at Big Bear Mountain
Contest centered around your creation
Analog Outerwear Kit (Gloves, Jacket, Pants)
Analog Clothing Package (Including: Jeans, beanie, t-shirt, flannel, fleece, backpack, and belt)

For the official rules & regulations, and to find out more about the Design Unlikely Features Contest, visit

View Video from last years contest and find out more from Bear Mountain right here