Good and safe skiing requires well-prepared skis. After a few days of skiing, skis noticeably lose their sharpness and performance. Our experienced specialized service team works with the most modern service equipment and guarantees you perfect results with your skis.
When to service your equipment
Modern technology when making skis/snowboards also requires their top-notch preparation. Ice and stones wear and damage the sliding surface and edges, thus significantly reducing the controllability and sliding of your skis/boards. In order for skiing to be a pleasure, and for you to be able to make maximum use of the speed and quality of your skis/boards, it is necessary to have them regularly and expertly serviced in equipped workshops. The very intervals of servicing your equipment depend on several factors such as: the quality of the equipment itself, the weight of the skier, skiing knowledge, the type of snow and ski terrain…
We recommend doing the servicing at following intervals to keep your ski equipment in top notch condition:
- Before skiing
- After every 4-7 days of skiing
- At the end of season
What does the servicing of skis look like?
Our advice is to leave the servicing of skis/snowboards to specialized services, where trained servicemen will professionally and properly prepare your skis/boards. Professional servicing of skis/boards consists of several basic procedures:
- INSPECTION OF THE EQUIPMENT ITSELF
- REPAIR OF THE SLIDING BASE
- GRINDING THE SLIDING BASE
- GRINDING THE EDGES
- CONTROL OF CONNECTIONS
Let the professionals do the servicing for you.
Less energy is required and the risk of accidents is reduced – with professionally sharpened edges, your skis will hold perfectly on hard and icy trails. This also requires a lower expenditure of your energy and increases your safety on the trail, and skiing/boarding becomes fun and enjoyable. Easier and faster turning – the properly drawn structure on the sliding surface makes your turning easier and faster in all snow conditions.