I agree with Kevin, there are some deals to be had, but don't trust the
sales staff.  I have neighbors all excited because they bought new
equipment.   In most cases the skis have been way too long for them.
boots too stiff. . .

It is a Peter Glenn sale.  They bring in staff from their stores, most
of which are in Florida.  I came close to hitting one once.  

We found it was a good place to get spyder clothing for our kids when
they were younger.   I don't think you are going to find any BC

On Wed, 30 Aug 2006 09:12:04 -0400, Kevin Broderick
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>On 30 Aug 2006, at 8:55 AM, Evan Osler wrote:
>> On 8/30/06, T O S <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> On Wed, 30 Aug 2006 08:04:26 -0400, MIKE MCKENNA
>>> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> >Go Pats.  At least the ski sale at BV is this weekend.  It is this
>>> >weekend, right?
>>> ahh, the sale where Floridians sell VTers equipment that is illsuited
>>> for them.
>> I've never been to the BV sale - is it usually good? TOS is seemingly
>> implying otherwise.
>There's a lot of NOS (new old stock) for not a lot of money.  You may
>or may not find what you're looking for, and it may or may not be
>available in your size if you do find it.  If you do find it,
>however, it will probably be a pretty good deal.  I've done
>reasonably well the last two years, although most of the gear is not
>top-of-the-line stuff.  My GS-ish skis are a pair of SkierCross 66s
>that I picked up last year for under $200, the boots that I'm looking
>to retire this year were also under $200 when I bought them two years
>ago, and I think the Spyder jacket I got while trying on the boots
>was less than $50.  And the hiking boots I got last year were a
>pretty good deal, although one of them has since gone missing (I
>suppose that's my fault, though).  So I'd say, yes, it's probably
>worth stopping by if you're in the area and are willing to engage
>your brain in evaluating whether or not something is actually a good
>value for you.   Think of it as a physical, except
>with a slightly different market in mind.
>Kevin T. Broderick
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