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Best Bootfitter/Ski Shop in Salt Lake City
Moving to SLC in a month and need the protips from you loc-dawgs about the best place to get new boots/get skis worked on ect.
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Best boot fitters in the valley are Surefoot on 3300 south. I get all my boot work done there and they have never dissapointed. Second best are sports den. Sports Den also has some good tuners but it will cost you.
lotta peeps would say earl at the sports loft is best
inkline gets my business or dph
best tunes hidden peaks hands down
When you walk out the door in the morning, what matters most is not what type of skiing you do but whether that skiing is any good. On a waist-deep day, dropping into tight chutes or open bowls, down a sweet line throught the trees where pockets of wind-blown snow create so many natural lips and launching pads... So lets let the dubious bickering within our own sport die with it. The answer is already out there, along with the energy, the freedom, and the truth: What "saved skiing" is SKIING. - Tom Bie
Inkline is one of the best boot shops ever, go there. Twin peaks is good as well.
Get boots done at Inkline or Sports Den. Twin peaks is the best place to get skis worked on.
I used to be a proponent of Inkline, as I had some good experiences there the first two years they were open. The last few years however, they have done some sub par work on my boots and wasted my time and money. I would suggest going to Sports Den for boot work. It's got a pretty corporate feel when you first walk in, but the people who work there are homies and do good work.
I've heard really good things about Inkline, Sports Den, and Lift House. Make a trip to all three and go with whichever one gives you the best vibe.
WE ARE SKIING.
I can't say enough good things about Sports Den. They know their stuff, and if you are cool with them, they'll hook you up.
heard a lot about inkline but i think boot work is bs
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