If you don't wipe your skis down after use, the edges will rust ... they are made of high carbon steel.

Store your skis in a dry area. Do not lean them against hot pipes or on concrete floors.

For summer storage, it's best to use a light coating of oil on the edges to prevent rust.

Keep them clean at all times because road salt and dirt will corrode your bindings and may cause them to malfunction.


Have your bindings checked by your ski shop at least once a year (more often if you ski a lot) to make sure that they are functioning properly.

When storing your equipment for the summer, turn down your release settings. This will keep your release settings consistent for a longer period of time.


Make sure your boots are buckled up after use.

check that the various layers are folded over each other correctly. This will help them keep their shape and remain comfortable.

Remember to dry them out after using, or the moisture will cause your feet to be cold.

Keep your boot soles clean and free of dirt. Try not to wear down the heels or toes of your boots -- a clean unworn boot will release more consistently from your bindings.

Traveling Tips

Use a ski bag or binding cover when transporting your skis on top of your car. This will protect them from road salt and grime.

When traveling by plane, bus or train, protect your skis with a ski bag. It also makes them easier to carry.

Binding Check

1. Check overall compatibility of system.

2. Check bindings for broken or missing parts.

3. Check condition of AFD - replace if necessary.

4. Check tightness of all screws.

5. Check all adjustments with boot in system.

6. Function test entire system.

7. Record all information on customer's work order

8. Submit equipment to quality control for final inspection.

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