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REGULAR – 29.95  Preseason SPECIAL – $ 19.95

When it comes to ski bindings, the most obvious setting of a ski binding is the Indicator on the toe and heel (aka DIN setting). The indicator has a sliding gradient scale whose numbers relate to the tension setting of the binding. The correct number setting for each skier is determined by inputting the skiers personal information into a formula developed by the binding manufacturer. Information such as age, height, weight and length of boot is factored in with the assessment of the skier’s ability and a number is calculated for the setting. You can have the setting increased if you find you are releasing early, but the chance of injury greatly increases when your bindings do not release when you really need them to. Most of the ski shops offer this service for $50 and up. Take advantage of our offer and be safe on the slopes.
Our release check machine helps our technicians accurately dial in both twist and lean release.
What is twist release?

This is the release initiated by a twisting of the ski, or boot, perpendicular to the direction of travel. In other words, most commonly you go forward when your ski is going across the hill or your body rotates across the ski. Again this setting is determined by the formula, but you need to have an accurate idea of the subjective factor – your skiing style – and again, err on the side of safety.

What is lean release (aka forward heel release)?
This is the release necessary when you need to come out of the bindings as you are passing over the binding, i. e. you are taking a header.

Ski or Snowboard Base & Sharpen Edge / Tune Up – $ 30.00

Let our certified technicians get your gear ready for the slopes. We will grind the base and sharpen your edges on our GrindRite and Wintersteiger machine. The average retail price for this service is $40.00

And while not all the used skis look like the ones on the picture, this service will make your skis/snowboard perform much better especially in rough conditions like hard packed snow and ice.