30 Jul Update Your Ski Equipment
It’s that opportunity of year again. You understand the period of time: it’s warming up outside, spring is in full swing, and you’re feeling sad that ski season is running out. You might actually be nostalgic about the beauty of a crisp January morning with fresh powder and blue skies (okay, yeah, take us back!!!!), the sunshine almost blinding you with its happiness.
It’s a blast of year to gear swap. Everybody knows this, but if you’re wanting to save a buck, acquiring new gear at the beginning of the season isn’t the way to go. Sure, you’ll get the new line, but you’ll pay for it, too. At the end of the season, you can upgrade from the gear you currently have and get discounted prices because stores will be getting rid of older inventory to make room for the new arrivals for the next season.
If it’s too picked over and you’re not able to find the gear you ‘d like, think about hitting up a ski swap at the beginning of next season. This is a good tactic to explore tons of used gear at markdown prices, and sell your old gear simultaneously, too. In addition, it’s a good place to go if you’re trying to outfit the whole family with ski gear (buying new for bunches of people can add up fast!).
Plus p.s.: When you’re planning a last hurrah ski trip to the slopes this season, invite all your good friends and reserve a charter bus Boston, Massachusetts! Travel together, create memories, and enjoy the perk of having the ability to enjoy the ride and relax while we do the driving. And when you put the skis and poles away in the end of the season, always remember we’re here for whatever summer sport is following on your schedule. Whether you’re heading out to golf or want to negotiate slot canyons a few hours from home, we ‘d love to come along and be the wheels for your group!