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April 23, 2014

Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow!

IN: Gear, News, Stories, Tuning

Greenwood’s will reopen Thursday, August 28  Ah yes!  Just as Juliet sadly bid farewell to Romeo, we bid farewell to another great ski season.  The “sweet” part of it is looking forward to next season, especially since we had such great spring skiing this year!  We have ordered all the goodies for next season and will patiently await their arrival in late summer.  We’ll be geared up and ready to show you all the latest and greatest in ski equipment MORE »

December 1, 2013

Powder: It’s an addiction!

IN: Stories

If you are a compulsive weather watcher this time of year and experience a case of the shakes between snow storms, you just might be a powder junkie. If you are willing to jump out of your nice, warm bed well before light, dress for the cold and jump in your rig to join the parade of your fellow powder pigs headed to the ski hill, you just might be a powder junkie. And yes, if you have ever waited MORE »

September 28, 2013

Tuning for Better Turns

IN: Tuning

There was a time when ski tuning consisted of rough sand paper, fine sand paper, and a tin of pine tar. That was in an era when we were lacing up our leather boots and doing the Arlberg turn. We have come a long way with ski and equipment design, and therefore ski and snowboard tuning. Tuning skis and snowboards comes down to not only addressing the desire to go faster, but also to control speed. Often times when you MORE »