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Where to have bindings mounted in Colorado

post #1 of 7
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Can anyone recommend a shop in Colorado to have a pair of bindings mounted? I picked up a new pair of skis and bindings and now need to have them mounted.

 

The reason why I'm asking for a recommendation on a shop is I like in Wichita, KS. There are exactly zero shops here that mount bindings so when I'm out in Colorado (around Denver/Colorado Springs) in a month, I could just take them along and have them mounted at a competent shop. I would rather not have to wait until my first trip to the mountains to ski and have to spend the first half of a day(or more) getting the bindings mounted. Time is precious when you live 9.5hrs from the mountain

 

Thanks

post #2 of 7
I'm not sure who is still open. Powder7 is and they have a new store front. Maybe Denver Sports Lab but you will probably need to call and make an appointment?
post #3 of 7

Are these guys closed?

http://www.slopeskishop.com/About-Us

post #4 of 7

If those don't work, try Edgeworks.  I have had stuff done there really late in the season, I think June, when other shops had already put away their ski gear. They are in the middle of a purchase and move, though, so not sure.

post #5 of 7

Echoing the Edgeworks recommendation.  Ask for Matt. Im pretty sure they still have all the ski gear still set up in back.

post #6 of 7
Thread Starter 
Thanks, I'll make some calls and see who is still open
post #7 of 7

You can always rent/demo a pair of skis the first day while they work on your other skis.  

Some places will give you a discount on the rental if you're mounting skis.

 

Don't forget to bring your boots for the mounting final adjustment or at least remember your bsl.

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