Mud, Sweat n’ Gears has a broad selection of high-quality equipment that can either be rented or leased — your choice, depending upon your specific needs. If you’re only going to ski a few times, then renting might be right way to go. If you’re intending to ski more, but aren’t ready to purchase, then leasing could be the best choice. Not sure? Ask us, and we’ll help you determine what’s appropriate for you.
SEASONAL LEASE PROGRAM
Mud, Sweat n’ Gears offers numerous options for cost conscious families. Our junior lease package comes with season long free tuning, boot adjustments, size upgrades for growing kids and a affordable buyout option. New lease packages give the user the pleasure of skiing on all new equipment and putting in the first scratches. Used equipment has one or more seasons use, but still in top shape.
Actual ski and board options are based on availability and are subject to change.
Any ski over 150cm. is considered an adult ski.
Any boot over 25.5 is considered an adult boot.
Ski poles are not included. Security deposit required.
All leases are due back by May 1, 2017.
DAILY RENTAL/PERFORMANCE DEMOS
Head to Mud, Sweat n’ Gears to outfit yourself with the latest gear and equipment from our rental and retail experts. We have what you want all in one stop. We offer ski and snowboard rentals for the whole family. Our experienced staff will make sure you have the ski or snowboard gear that matches up with your ski level. Pick up your gear, along with all the extras.
Demo Skis, Try Before You Buy
Buying skis today is not a cheap date. Plus, navigating your way through a ski wall can end the romance. Our high performance demo program is designed to make the whole process of buying a new set of skis a bit easier. Our demo fleet allows you to choose from our vast selection of high-performance skis. We stock the very best – Rossignol, Volkl, Nordica, Dynastar & Head – for all skier types and abilities. Try as many skis as you like until you find the best pair suited for your skiing.
- Take the first run on your own gear so you have a baseline for comparison.
- Have several models in mind that you’d like to try. Read magazine and online reviews, or chat with shop employees to get an idea of your demo quiver.
- Don’t go overboard. Keep your demo number at five or six models.
- Take a few runs on each model on the same terrain. Try various speeds and turns.
- Take notes! Which models offered the best stability, comfort, weight, edge grip, maneuverability, and style?