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Feature Items

Salomon X-Drive 80 W/Z10 - 2015

Responsive, versatile and fun, everywhere in the resort. Semi-sandwich construction and Ti laminate give the X-Drive 80 great hard snow performance, while the subtle tip… [more]

Salomon Bamboo W/Z10 Binding - 2015

Lively, strong all-mountain ski for women. Bamboo is a reliable and playful performance ski, designed to explore the whole mountain with a bit more pop. [more]

Fischer Motive 76 PR W/RS 11 Binding - 2015

Life is too short to miss out on opportunities! With All Mountain ROCKER this ski is a true fun factor – both on the slopes and when you leave them behind you!… [more]

Salomon Quest Pro 130 - 2015

Salomon's best performing hybrid boot, the Quest Pro 130 is light weight, totally customizable and has a great range of motion, but delivers top downhill performance for… [more]

Atomic Redster Pro 90 - 2015

A brand-new quality custom ski boot for women, the Atomic Redster 90 W is designed for any serious skier, whatever playground, looking for a precise, trademark narrow… [more]


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Today's Tip

Chain Fell Off? Shift It Back On! - No matter how carefully you shift, occasionally the chain may fall off the chainring. It's best to avoid handling the chain because you'll end up with grease all over your hands. Instead, you may be able to shift the chain back on. This isn't possible if it falls off when you're climbing a hill, because you lose your momentum and have to stop. But, anytime you're riding where you can coast for a few seconds, you can almost always get the chain back on by gently pedaling and shifting the front derailleur to move the chain toward the ring. Pedal slowly and lightly and the ring will grab and engage the chain and you'll be riding again as before. Voila! Chain fixed! No greasy tattoos! (If the chain jams, stop and manually reinstall it.) When a chain comes off repeatedly, something's wrong. Have us take a look at the front derailleur adjustment.