D-Structure Opens A New Store In Sainte-Julie

The freeski and rollerblade shop returns to the greater Montreal area.

The famous freeski and rollerblade shop, D-Structure, is proud to announce its return to the greater Montreal area. Thus, in September, the company will open it's newest store in Saint-Julie at 1978, chemin du Fer à cheval, at the site of the old Empire shop near Ski Mont St-Bruno. D-Structure, the largest freeski shop in the country and online store run and operated in Quebec (http://www.d-structureqc.com/store), had left the metropolitan area in 2008, after eight years of activity, following a major restructuring of its operations.

"We are very pleased to be back after three years of absence. We return in full force, with a ton of projects and we will be deeply involved in the industry. Freeskiing and rollerblading are booming throughout Quebec, and as a leader in the field, D-Structure looks forward to offering the numerous amateurs of the greater Montreal area something that was sorely lacking until now," explains Philippe Bélanger, co-owner and president of D-Structure, and freeski pioneer.

This spring, D-Structure will incorporate a new sport to the Saint-Julie location: BMX. As well as skis and roller skates and soon BMX, D-Structure specializes in accessories all the while offering a large variety of clothing for both men and women. The company sponsors numerous athletes and has some of the world's best freeskiers on its team, such as Tanner Hall, Jean-François Houle, Henrik Harlaut, Kaya Turski, Kim Lamarre, Charles Gagnier, Paul Bergeron, Alex Beaulieu and Émile Bergeron.

About D-Structure

D-Structure has supported the freeski and rollerblading industry for over 10 years, selling a unique selection of equipment, accessories and clothing. Known in Quebec as the largest freeski shop in Canada since 2003, the company also operates an online store since 2000. After having set up shop in Montreal from 2000 to 2008, it will launch a brand new store in September 2011 in Sainte-Julie on the South Shore of Montreal.


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