Get into Cabin Craft today and one of our experts will service your gear specifically to meet your needs. You can also check out what's new for this season while you are here.
Gear and Maintenance Checklist:
Clean & Adjustment
A Rule of Thumb:
If you've ridden from peak to lodge even five times last season, opt for the tune-up before you start this year.
Snow sports equipment needs regular attention to keep it performing at its peak. If you've been on the mountain more than five times without having your gear tuned, it's time. Waxing and tuning improves your control and turns and can make your equipment feel like new again.
Add a proper boot fitting and you're adding comfort to every run.
The 2015 Women's Collection from Dalbello is on Fire!
Introduced last season, the KYRA series received a ton of media praise and even more retail success. This year the Kyra legend only grows stronger...Women's KRYPTON models remain the benchmark in high performance versatility and comfort. the MANTIS series is again at the top of the very competitive 4-buckle overlap category. Mantis earned medals from SKI and skiing magazines and praise from ski shops for their fantastic fit and bang for the buck. LUNA, the new girl on the block, is already drawing high praise from retailers and skiers alike for its excellent fit, finish and outstanding value!
Read what SKI Magainze had to say about the Kyra 95 ID.
The three-piece construction of the Kyra yields a smooth-travel flex, but it's still firm enough to pin the throttle. Testers liked it last year; this year they tried the I.D. version, with its sprial-wrapping cutom liner, which improves calf fit and makes it easier to get on. It continued to impress with its comfortably snug feel and above expectations performance..." A genie in a bottle; obeys every command."
- 2015 SKI Magazine Buyer's Guide
Check out the new product videos premiering on the Dalbello website!
"Dalbello News Release". Dalbello. 21 October 2014. Web. 24 October 2014.
Five Trends for 2015 Skis
On the Snow has been at the ISPO trade show in Munich, taklking to top brand reps and taking plenty of photos.
We're brining you the inside info from the show, starting with the top ski trends to look out for next winter.
Freeride Skiing - the freeride market is still booming. Brands are fighting to produce the best lightweight skis, using new materials, while still delivering good downhill performance. The trend is for freeride skis with open spaces within a multilayer-woodcore. This creates a balancing act between performance on the descent and lightweight for the climb.
Five-Point Geometry - the taper (broadest point of the ski) is moving further down to the middle. The camber/rocker is being reworked to get playfulness combined with better edge grip.
Wider Skis - there will be a rise in wider skis next season: powder lovers after fatter skis will love the new 136mm freeriding skis while ski tourers see plenty of 100mm skis.
"Five trends for 2015 skis." On the Slopes.
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