Make note of any equipment issues while the season is still fresh in your mind. We'll help you address them early in the fall, well before the first snow flakes start falling.
Skis: Clean and hot wax your bases. Left unwaxed, the P-Tex dries out and can become oxidized. Good storage locations are typically closets, spare rooms, or even under a bed. Unfinished attics, basements and garages should be avoided because they tend to be either too dry, wet or hot. Do not store skis on concrete floors. Concrete is porous and can release moisture which rusts ski edges. Store them in a neutral position with no pressure on either camber or rocker (in other words, not hanging by the tips between two dowels or with the camber compressed by straps or ski brakes).
Boots: Take them out of the bag, clean them, and also clean the inside of the boot bag. Buckle or lace the boots loosely so they hold their shape. Store in a cool, dry place away from any vermin (from experience, mice love to make nests in boots).
Take care of your gear and it will take care of you for years to come.
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