Depending on what your size is, you could use some of my stuff for
mount saint anne, im not going :( so i wont be needing it and its all
out here. Give me a call if you want. 218 349 3837. yeah, i dont
really know the lowdown out here on places to get awesome skisssssss
but yeah. enjoy...
we should go biking sometime.
On 10/20/07, Jeffrey Richard Caisse <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> So I'm hoping to get out this winter but I need to find some skis
> first. Where would people reccomend going so that I could get set up
> with decent gear and not pay an arm and a leg? I'm just getting into
> this so I don't need a racing setup by any means, just something to
> get me out. I'm thinking I need to go to somewhere like Skirack to
> get fitted (that may not be the right term, I ride bikes so am
> ignorant of nordic terminology), and then I can look elsewhere if the
> Skirack peeps don't have many options that I can afford.
> Also, is it better to start with classic skis so that I can use
> them in varied terrain and on trails that aren't groomed? I
> understand you either need good packed down stuff or well-groomed
> trails to use skate skis to the best of their ability, but I could be
> Thanks for your input everybody, hopefully I'll have skis of my own
> and will be able to get going with them in time for the Mount Sainte
> Anne trip!
> Jeff Caisse
> Wing Hall 201
> 486 South Prospect Street
> Burlington, VT 05405
> (603)566.5869 (cell)
> "I love noise...And I'm always waiting for that moment in a song when
> just flies out of it and explodes in the air." - Sarah Vowell