End of Christmas, roll on half term

The season is well and truly under way now, the Christmas period feels like a distant memory and the weekly ski hire output has dropped a touch from the peak holiday period. We are still busy but our international team of ski technicians comprising of a Scotsman, an Englishman (no Irishman) and a few Antipodeans (NZ or Oz? I can’t tell the difference but don’t tell them I said that) are a well drilled team making for an effortless hire experience. Things will ramp up to a peak for the half term period but we’ve got it covered with our most extensive, newest, shinyest hire fleet ever!
Weather wise the season has been average, we have had some good dumps of snow and some mint powder days but we have also had some warms spells that have eaten away at the snow. The latest warm spell succeeded last Wednesday’s powder day but the good news is that the temperature is dropping again back to the well below zero daytime temperatures you would expect at this time of year.
I’ve just returned from the shop having serviced my skis. I had to get in early before the servicing team come in tonight to finely tune the remaining batch of last week’s skis. These guys have got it nailed, servicing up to 100 pairs of skis overnight. And just in case you were wondering we do service and repair work too. We generally turn around servicing overnight although sometimes whilst you wait. If you need razor sharp edges and a super fast race finish using environment friendly waxes then you know where to come.

Tune in soon!

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