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August 27, 2018

Gear Up to Ski

IN: Gear

As we head into the dog days of summer, it’s time to turn our thoughts toward those glorious ski days ahead. It’s also time to round up the kids and bring them on down to the Ski Haus and size them up for season lease gear. The early bird gets the worm when it comes to lease gear and we encourage you to get your equipment leases taken care of as early as possible. We have a good selection of MORE »

November 19, 2017

Shop Small, Think Boise First, and Stay Local

IN: Community

The words may differ but the message is the same.  Support small business in your community for all the right reasons. As the ski season gets closer by the inch and the holidays approach at lightning speed, keep in mind a few reasons to shop locally and support your local ski shops. Supporting local businesses supports the local economy and keeps dollars spent in our own community. Shopping locally allows you to actually see, touch, feel or try on the MORE »

November 8, 2015

Ski Gear: The Softer Side

IN: Gear

When you think about your “ski gear”, do you think about your skis, boots, and maybe even your poles? Well, don’t neglect the other critical pieces of your “gear” that shelter your body from the winter elements. After all, if you aren’t dry, warm, and comfortable out there on the slopes, it doesn’t matter what kind of skis or boots you have. For many years now, “layering” has been the recommended way to dress for a day on the slopes MORE »

October 19, 2014

Are you a procrastinator?

IN: Community, Events, Gear, Tuning

Procrastinate-1. To defer action; delay 2. To put off until another day or time.  Procratinator-1.  A person who puts off or delays action Skiers know that October is that transitional month between the dog days of summer and the beginning of winter.  What serious skiers also know is that October is the perfect month to take care of all of those ski chores before the onslaught of winter enthusiasts who react only when the first flakes fly.  Here are some MORE »

September 16, 2014

Buyer’s Guides or Advertising?

IN: Gear, News, Stories

Ah yes, tis the season of all the skiing magazines “Buyers Guides”. Glossy pictures of skis, boots, bindings, helmets, and all the goods that help us enjoy our skiing experience. What is the newest, latest, and greatest gear for the season?  Every Buyers Guide will happily share their answers with you. But there is a problem with Buyer’s Guides. They don’t always make sense. One year a ski will be the best of the best, and the next year it MORE »