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Upcoming Events

  • Baker Shaker

    Date: Saturday, January 24th
    Time: 8:30 A.M.

    MOVED FROM BAKER TO ELM CREEK! Get one last tune-up in before the major marathons and demo the latest skis from Atomic, Fischer, Rossi, and Salomon.

  • Wax A Palooza

    Date: Wednesday, Feb. 4th
    Time: 6:00 - 8:00 P.M.

    Learn the tricks of the trade from Swix, Start, Rode, Toko, Solda, and Fast Wax. Snacks, Beer (from Surly) and race wax clinic.

  • Inga-Lami/Snowflake Races

    Date: Saturday, Feb. 14th
    Time: 8:30 A.M.

    Two fun races: Snowflake for Men - Inga~Lami for Women. Tasty treats, awards, door prizes.

  • Paul Langer, Podiatrist - Boot Fit

    Date: Nearly Every Tuesday
    Time: 4:30 - 6:00 P.M.

    Dr. Langer analyses your leg and foot strength, flexibility, balance, alignment and stability. He uses this information to select the right boot and custom insole for the best fit for comfort and performance.

  • Wax Clinics

    Date: Every Tuesday all winter
    Time: 6:30-7:30 P.M.

    FREE! - Starting Dec. 2nd. Watch demonstrations of new and time-tested waxing technique. (please do not bring your own skis) โ€“ Always plenty of time to answer questions about classic or skate waxing.

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Latest Blog Post

Klister: Fear Not! - Part 1

Posted on Saturday, January 24, 2015 by Tom Carlson

Part 1: Snow Type to Klister Type

Klister is a kick wax designed for less than ideal classic skiing conditions; abrasive, icy, coarse, and finally wet snow. However, less than ideal is a misnomer. Simply put, in these conditions, klisters will have superior grip than hard wax. By opening up to the use and application of klisters, it opens an extended world of classic skiing. Klister often provides opportunities in very fast classic conditions, including glazed/icy tracks.

Klister is softe...