Best Ski/Board Tune
One Track Mind
Base Mountain Sports
Buzz Schleper and the rest of his family are competitive by nature. They like to beat each other to the lift even on a friendly day out on the hill ” so having a good tune is of utmost importance. “We can tune anybody’s skis, from beginners to World Cup racers,” said the owner of Buzz’s Skis. “And it doesn’t matter what level you’re at, everyone gets the same quality.” They use a stone grinder to put a structure in the base, and then finish it by hand.
Whether it’s core shots or nicks in the nose, One Track Mind takes particular care with boards. The snowboard shop, in both Vail and Beaver Creek, can give a quick tune or do more intensive repair work. At Base Mountain Sports, before they tune they ask questions: What do you like to ski? Where? How? All that information gets distilled in a personalized tune.
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