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How to recognize a good ski service workshop

Whether it's just a quick edge tuning or a comprehensive service, choosing the right ski service shop is crucial. Here's what to look for if you want to have your skis waxed, checked or sharpened.


  1. A good and individual service takes time. A high-quality ski service in 5 minutes is impossible!

  2. During a professional ski service, a qualified ski service technician analyzes the condition of the skis with tools such as a true bar ruler or an base edge bevel meter, and asks questions about your skiing skills and preferences before determining the adjustments that need to be made.

  3. A reputable ski workshop will provide a detailed quote listing all the service works required and their cost. Attention: Be careful with standard prices, as they may indicate rushed service and compromise ski performance.







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