For the next four days, we'll go over what types of things you can do to maximize the performance of your boards on the slopes. Check back tomorrow to learn how to deburr and sharpen your edges.
While there are several places in town that can tune your skis or snowboard, there is a lot of maintenance work you can do at home. Taking more control over the performance of your skis can lead to better results on the slopes.
I was able to persuade Matt Hupperts of Edgeworks to show us what types of tuning work can be done at home: mounting your skis, doing P-Tex repair, sharpening and maintaining your edges, and waxing your skis. Watch and learn above.
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