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Newsletter-3-29-17: It’s Spring time! Hike or Bike for Turns??

With 4 feet of recent snows in the High Country, fair weather, clear roads and trails below, all options are on the table. Check our clearance deals on waxes, tools for Skis, Snowboards & Bikes.


Newsletter-2-24-17 -Spring Structure Durable Wax Time

A coarser base structure will increase glide and reduce ‘stickiness’ in wet snows. Hydrophobic low fluoro wax additives also increase glide in wet snow and higher humidity.

Newsletter 1-28-17-Cold Powder is Better with Cold Wax

To play in the deep, fluffy white stuff, you dream about all year. Cold Wax is the added ‘spice’ to ehhance even those moments.

Efficient Tuning & Waxing Set-up = Less Time & Better Results

Start with a Work Area

Ideally, a dedicated shop, work bench or table area will enable the DIYer to bang out repairs & structuring, edge tuning, binding mounts & waxing more conveniently and efficiently. If a work system isn’t convenient, you’ll be less inclined to keep your gear running at their peak performance levels.

Not everyone has the space or option for a dedicated work area. But, developing a system to quickly and easily set up, break down and store one where you can. Following are some key factors to consider:

  • Mess containment
  • Good Lighting and power
  • Good Vise or other ski & snowboard support
  • Tool Storage and access
  • Tool maintenance-keeping your tools tuned
  • Temperature-boards need to be warm for repairs & waxing

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Ski & Snowboard Tuning Overview