Originally Posted by OldEasternSkier
Zimmerman's of Nashua took over the ski shop at Nashoba Valley last year. MUCH better than Ski Market (who ran the shop prior). Decent selection of skis and boots onsite (anything from beginner through high-end and consumer race stock), but they don't have your ski, they have ready access to the full inventory out of the parent store. They employ some of the local kids as clerks, but usually have 1 or 2 pros on staff to sort out the more "detailed" questions. Staff is generally friendly and helpful. The shop is well equipped and handles service for both Nashoba and the parent shop. The only thing they're missing is a good boot tech.
I know its an old thread, but I have to second Zimmerman's. Personally, Stefan (the owner) has never steered me wrong. I can honestly say they are one of VERY few shops that got my business back east (and I still hear from them every now and again). Personally, I have dealt almost exclusively (back east - wish they were out here too) for maybe 15 years.
BTW, I do have to admit, anyone who skied Nashoba for any length of time knows that Ski Market used to employ one of the best tuners I've known, and it was one hell of a going away party for him when he left. However, I have to admit, I'm still irritated that someone stole his name tag from the bar.