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Sunday: 12-5

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Feature Items

Fischer Motive 74 W/RS 10 Binding - 2015
$499.99

Reliable in every respect. Featuring All Mountain ROCKER technology for optimum skiing and control behaviour even in difficult piste conditions SIDEWALL CONSTRUCTION… [more]

Atomic Black Eye W/XTO 12 Binding - 2015
$499.99

The Atomic Nomad Blackeye is an all-mountain ski for anyone looking for amazing versatility and all-snow performance. [more]

Salomon Threat - 2015
$399.99

A Park & Pipe progression tool. The Threat is a versatile ski for aspiring park riders who want to improve their freestyling skills, and still want to ski the whole… [more]

Atomic Hawx 80 MENS - 2015
$299.99

The Atomic Hawx 1.0 80 has a softer flex, making it ideal if you’re a newcomer or intermediate skier keen to improve, or you’re looking for a four-buckle ski boot that’s… [more]

Atomic Redster Pro 90 - 2015
$449.99

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

Removing Pedals - There's a trick to removing pedals. The left pedal (non-chain side) is "reverse" threaded, which means that you must turn it clockwise (to the right), to loosen and remove it. The right pedal is removed by turning it counter-clockwise. Because pedals are usually quite tight, it helps a lot to use a wrench with a long handle or a special bicycle pedal wrench. Also, when removing the right pedal, we recommend shifting onto the large chainring first. This way, if you slip while turning the pedal wrench, you won't strike the chainring teeth and cut yourself. If you're having trouble removing your pedals, be sure to ask us for help, too!