- First, clean your skis well of all kick and glide wax, including top and sidewalls or include a $10 per pair for cleaning charge. As best you can, make your skis look like new.
- Put a piece of masking tape on each ski well above the bindings. Write your name and chosen grind on the masking tape.
- Tape the skis together using masking tape or elastic bands. Please do not use ski ties or duct tape. Duct tape leaves a residue that can only be removed by using cleaner and we don't return ski ties!
- Using light pressure, squeeze the skis together (clamp) and wrap the bindings using stretch wrap. This step is optional but well worth doing.
- Tape the skis together into groups of 2 or 3. Use bubble wrap or the equivalent (underlayment for laminate flooring) to protect the tips and tails of the skis. No Styrofoam "peanuts"!
- With regards to ski protection, you can send your skis in a cardboard ski box or in a ski bag. If you send skis in a ski bag, you would be well advised to wrap the entire length of the skis with bubble wrap or the equivalent.
- Please do not require a signature when shipping – this causes delays.
- FedEx, UPS, Canpar, Purolator, Canada Post and Greyhound bus are the carriers that serve Vernon very well. Visit our Contact Us page for shipping address.
You can drop your ski box or ski bag, well prepared, to these locations and they will ship them to me for you.
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