I just wanted to ask if anyone knows of a good ski shop to get skis tuned in the Denver area. Are all ski shops pretty much the same and is there anything I should ask or pay special attention to? Any info would be much appreciated. Thank you.
The best? I have no clue but I would recommend calling Chris at the Denver Sports Lab and see what you think.
Sorry, not sure if I should bump this to ask my question or start a new thread. Figured less clutter is better.
I am looking for a shop to mount bindings on some new skis (Cochise w/ Look pivot heel bindings), and to tune up my carvers.
I had used Edgeworks once before, but they screwed up the tune so badly I had to pay to get my skis redone on the mountain. They were unfriendly, and inconvenient to work with initially so I never bothered to fight with them for a refund.
I am intrigued with Denver Sports Lab, but do they only work with racers?
Any other recommendations of places that do a great job?
Hey Everybody. Saw a bunch of questions related to us out there and wanted to answer...
So, while we are the new guys in town, we are not the rookies. We are here to help with any level of tuning and service from the weekend warrior to the Olympian. Our goal is simple..... Listen to what you want, educate you on what needs to be done to your equipment and do it as best as possible without selling you on crap you don't need.
Anything related to ski and boot service, we do it. On top of having the most extensive fleet of tuning machines, we have a full boot lab able to make your feet feel great and dial in performance and response.
Check us out at www.DenverSportsLab.com! E-mail us your questions or stop by to see the facility.