Wanted Where to buy new

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by BJS, Nov 28, 2020.

  1. BJS

    BJS

    Hi - where is a good place to buy new BC skiing equipment around Sandpoint - do you usually just buy online or is there a good store around Sandpoint that will do a good job of fitting etc. without gouging the bank? Thanks for your help!!
  2. PowderPanda

    PowderPanda Staff Member

    Location:
    Liberty Lake, WA

    Oh.. I think you're limited up there. Alpine Shop does boot fitting, however when it comes to bc gear. I really don't even dabble up there.
  3. BJS

    BJS

    Thanks for your response! I’ve been recommended Atomic Backland 107, which are locally available - being new to this, welcome your views. Where do you buy skis and bindings online?
  4. PowderPanda

    PowderPanda Staff Member

    Location:
    Liberty Lake, WA
    Well, I'm a splitter.. which is a bit different for the high end boards. For advise on actual gear, throw the post in the Alpine Tour Gear section, no doubt you'll get a bit more responses there.
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  6. PowderPanda

    PowderPanda Staff Member

    Location:
    Liberty Lake, WA
    Does he have a physical location yet? Mark has been a staple in the community for decades, as he was the origianl owner of Vertical Earth in CDA.
  7. I had heard a rumor he was going to open something! That’s awesome! I look forward to that!!!

    @BJS I highly recommend going thru skimo.co out of salt lake. I’m sure their are tons of good options out there but those guys have done good by me for a few years now. Also just looking thru product reviews and questions on their site is a great way to hone in on what to buy. Btw I really want some of those atomic backland 107’s! cheers!
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  8. idsnowghost

    idsnowghost Staff Member

    Location:
    Spokane, WA
    Also a big fan of skimo.co -- those guys are great for any pre-sales or gear questions. Shipping is pretty cheap and quick.
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  9. POW HEAD

    POW HEAD

    Location:
    Hayden

    I buy my equipment at Powder 7 in Golden, CO....where I used to live. Would buy here, but very very limited.
    They have everything, and are cool. Wish there were better options.
  10. idsnowghost

    idsnowghost Staff Member

    Location:
    Spokane, WA
    telemark-pyrenees.com is another good online retailer. Located in Europe so you can save a bit by importing or get hard to find products.

    I've bought skis from them. Fast to ship, most items arrive in 3 or so days in my experience.

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