USED Men's High Performance Rental Skis
169 399 $169.00 - $399.00
USED Men's High Performance Rental Skis
- Used High Performance Rental Skis from Salomon, Volkl, Elan, Black Crows, and Blizzard.
- More skis are made available frequently.
- All High Performance Rental Skis are mounted with Demo Bindings from Elan, Tyrolia, Salomon, or Marker
- We work very hard to keep our daily rental, season lease, and demo fleets current, well tuned, and up-to-date. In order to do that, we will cycle out old equipment when bringing in new equipment. When possible, we'll offer used rental equipment for sale if we deem it still useable and within reason to sell.
- In all cases, if you're seeing used equipment for sale from us, it is completely useable as is. We take very good care of our rentals and this, in turn, means they're usually in decent shape when it's time to replace them. If a ski or board is hammered and thrashed, we won't offer it to the public for sale, those pieces are sold to a wholesaler who specializes in used equipment.
USED High Performance Rental Skis
- Demo Bindings are specialized rental bindings that use the same heal and toe from the Retail Binding it represents and affixes them to adjustable mounting tracks. This gives the heal and toe assembly more range to fit most adult boot sole lengths.
- Our Demo and System Bindings can adapt to a wide range of adult boot sole lengths, typically from about 259mm to 382mm.
- The DIN (Deutsches Institut für Normung) scale on your bindings is the ski industries’ adjustment range for the release force settings on your skis’ bindings. This number will be determined by your age, weight, height, boot sole length, and your skier type (not always correlating with your skier ‘ability’). This setting should always be adjusted by a qualified technician after a visual/tactile inspection and function test.
- Other industry standards define boot sole/lug shapes. A traditional alpine ski boot sole will be specified by ISO 5355. All contemporary alpine DIN bindings will accept this boot.
- Most of our Bindings are compatible with Alpine (ISO 5355) and GRIPWALK (ISO 9523) boot soles and lugs.
- Wear and tear on your boots' soles can and will affect the release and retention of your binding/boot system. Often, these can be replaced by a dealer.
Top sheets: This grade applies to the top sheet and is mostly aesthetic in function. Rarely does top sheet damage have an affect on ski/board performance, if it does, we wouldn't offer the ski/board for sale.
- Top sheet A: Indicates that the top sheet has an almost new appearance. There is evidence of use (it's used equipment and priced as such), but it's be minimal.
- Top sheet B: Indicates that top sheet shows some wear, but generally looks pretty good.
- Top sheet C: Indicates that top sheet shows wear, may have some chipping and shows signs of snow brushing on tip
- Top sheet D: Indicates that top sheet shows a decent amount of wear, will have chipping and snow bushing on tip probably some minor de-lamination
- Top sheet F: Still useable, but indicates that the top sheet shows significant wear, has significant chipping, shows de-lamination, looks rough.
Base: This grade applies to the base of the ski/board and encompasses not only how the base looks, but also how much life is left in the base. If a ski looks great, but has been tuned to death, then the base wouldn't be a "A", it would more than likely rank as a "C", etc. This grade will more directly affect the performance of the ski/board. We offer a discounted tune to all used rental equipment sales, so if you'd like to "raise the grade" of the equipment you're buying, you can choose that option during purchase.
- Base A: Indicates that base is in almost new condition. There is evidence of use (it's used equipment and priced as such), but it's minimal. It has been tuned recently, but has the majority of it's "life" remaining as far as use-ability and tune-ability.
- Base B: Indicates that the base looks and performs pretty good, may have some minor blemishes and could use a slight tune, but retains the majority of it's "life" as far as use-ability and tune-ability.
- Base C: Indicates that the base shows some wear, needs minor base repair and edges are slightly rolled. No core shots, but may show signs of previous repairs. More than half of the "life" of the base remains as far as use-ability and tune-ability
- Base D: Indicates that the the base shows decent amount of wear, needs base repair in multiple places, and edges need tuned. No core shots, but will show signs of previous repairs. Probably has less that half of it's useable and tune-able "life" remaining.
- Base F: Indicates that the base has significant wear, needs base repair in multiple places, and edges may have some slight damage but are still able to be tuned. Contains one or more core shots that are repairable. Around 1/4 of it's useable and tune-able life remains.