The snow has fallen—or been made—and the slopes are calling your name. Now is the time to check your ski and snowboard gear and winter attire to make sure it’s all in tip-top shape for your first trek to the mountain. If it isn’t—or if you simply need an upgrade—the following ski and snowboard shops in the Bay State will sell you everything you need or service the equipment you have.
Whether you’re a novice or a pro, Village Ski & Snowboard has everything you need for winter excitement. In addition, they’ll service your existing equipment and properly fit you to the right boots for your sport. Trade in your old equipment and use the credit toward something new. Ask about their lease program, too.
All parents understand the expense behind outfitting their children for skiing or snowboarding, and so does Country Ski & Sport, Inc. (which has three locations in Hanson, Quincy, and Westwood). They offer a lease program for their juniors that gives parents an affordable way for to keep up with their growing offspring. In addition, they sell an impressive line of skis, snowboards, boots, helmets, clothing, and more.
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Summit Ski & Snowboard has been in the children’s ski and snowboard lease program for 20 years, saving parents loads of money. They stock everything for the pro or casual skier and snowboarder, and they supply racers with their clothing and equipment. Check out their line of new jackets and pants for this season.
For skis, snowboards, bindings, boots, and more, check out the Ski Barn. They have some exceptional sales on last season’s equipment and a full line of the latest and best for this season. Their service department is second to none, with customers returning year after year before heading to the slopes. They have an affordable rental program for juniors, too.
Not only does Paul’s Ski & Swim Shop sell everything you could want or need for skiing and snowboarding, they’ll sell your old equipment on consignment. In addition, they repair your old equipment and provide yearly servicing on your skis and snowboards. Parents will love the rental program for kids, so they don’t have to invest big bucks into equipment they’ll fast outgrow. In business since 1986, Paul’s has a reputation of integrity and experience.
Check out the demos Mountainside Ski & Ride put on for their customers before you buy. Located at Wachusett Mountain, there’s always something exciting going on. Carrying the most updated and popular lines of skis, snowboards, accessories, clothing, and more, you’ll find everything you need before riding the lift. They’ll service your existing equipment, too.
Located in Boston, the Ski Monster wants to get you ready to ski or ride. They have a full line of skis, snowboards, clothing, accessories, and more. They also have a ski and snowboard outlet with drastic discounts off previous seasons’ merchandise. Check them out to ready the whole family for the season.
Featuring popular lines of skis, snowboards, cross country skis, and all the related equipment, Ski & Sport Shack has been locally owned and operated for 40 years. They have the latest ski and snowboard equipment for rent as well, so you don’t have to shell out big bucks before trying out these sports. Their trade-in program for juniors is a big plus in parents’ eyes. Their service department has a stellar reputation for miles around.
Proper fitting boots are imperative for safe and exciting skiing and snowboarding, and Strand’s Ski Shop’s experts will make sure you get exactly that. They feature skis, snowboards, helmets, bindings, boots, and more for men, women and children, and they hold a swap each fall to turn in old equipment for credit toward new.
Check out the junior lease programs for skis and snowboard packages at R.J. Bradley Ski & Bike. Their service department promotes safety and will conduct safety tests on bindings for a low price. They also sell a comprehensive line of skis, snowboards and more for the ultimate fun and excitement on the slopes.