Keep your skis and boards in top shape with regular waxing and edge sharpening. Your bases are plastic (either extruded or sintered) and wax protects your base from abrasion. Too much abrasion on dry bases makes the base convex, low along the edges, and raised down the middle. This makes for hard-to-control or “squirrely” skis and boards. A base grind can bring a base back to flat, but only a couple of times before your 2mm of the base is worn away. Prevent base wear with regular waxing.
We do NOT mount telemark bindings
How you store your skis when the season ends makes all the difference in how well they perform next year, and how long they last in general. Putting storage wax on your skis before storing them for the summer is critical! The goal of storage wax is to limit contact between your skis’ bases and oxygen. Polyethylene, what your bases are made of, is susceptible to oxidation over long periods of oxygen exposure.
Tyrol Basin is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Tyrol Basin is not responsible for damage to equipment. Additional services will not be completed without the approval of the equipment owner. Services will only be completed by Certified Technicians at the discretion of Tyrol Basin management and ownership. You will be contacted using the information provided above when services are complete. Payment will be due at the time of equipment pickup. After services are completed, you have 14 days to pick up the equipment. After 14 days a $1 fee will be charged per day for storage. Failure to pay will result in Tyrol Basin holding onto equipment until payment is completed. After 45 days of incomplete payment, interest at 5% will begin until paid in full. After 150 days of no payment, Tyrol Basin reserves the right to sell the equipment to cover service costs.