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Buying Skis from On-Line Ski Warehouse

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Hi Everyone...newbie to the forum here.  I'm getting ready to buy some skis on-line and narrowed my search down to Ski-Depot.com and ColoradoDiscountSkis.com, and I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with either of them, good or bad.  They're pretty close to each other in price so I can't decide, but if I know that people have had issues with one of them (like poorly packaged items for shipping; bad binding installs; receiving wrong items; etc.), I would obviously lean towards using the other one, even if they cost a few bucks more.  Thanks for your help.

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The first pair of skis I ever bought online, was from Ski-depot.com.  Good seller.

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Colorado Discount is also a good seller.

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both have been around for years and are equally dependable.  Don't forget about the many great shops that are our sponsors here!  They are just as competitive (and may even offer greater savings to members) and for sure you will be buying from reputable, dependable sources  Thumbs Up

 

a side note: If you are buying ski and bindings together (and mounted) don't depend on the correct binding settings when purchasing skis with bindings on line. Although they may be set up on the ski for your BSL, you need to take them to a local shop to have the forward release checked for your boots if you don't know how to do this.  

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