Should I get my skis mounted at a sports store or a skiing store?? - Skiing Forum - Downhill , Cross Country Skiing Discussion Forum
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Old 12-12-2011, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Should I get my skis mounted at a sports store or a skiing store??

I bought a uses pair of skis with Marker Bindings on them. I need them professionally remounted to fit my boot. (I want them center mounted so adjusting the bindings wont work)

Should I go to Sports Authority and get it done for 30 or should I go to Colorado Ski and Golf and get it done for 35$?

Sports Authority is much closer and five dollars cheaper but I worry that they wont do a good job because the store its self doesn't specialize in skiing.

Does anyone have any experiences with this? Any Suggestions before I let people drill holes in my skis?
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Old 12-13-2011, 10:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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For five bucks you've even gotta bother asking if it might be worth it to possibly make your equipment safer?
I just spent a ton of time and money surgerying and rehabbing my right knee so I can ski longer and better.
I find it difficult to even take this question seriously.
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