We’ve got four great deals on Marker Bindings we ended up with overstock on – the Marker Jester and Marker Jester Pro for frontside skiers, and the Marker Tour F10 and F12 for those who want to head into the backcountry.
The Marker Jester is a DIN 6-16 binding with serious rigidity and power for driving wide, long or stiff skis over big terrain. Normally$359 – now $249
With rules changing on race skis almost yearly, it’s hard to know when you can save big on end of the season race ski sales, or when you’ve got to wait for the latest and greatest to show up at the Start Haus.
This year, Sierra Jim breaks down where you can save, and wear you should wait, in this video:
Basically, if you race FIS, GS skis have a new radius, but if you don’t race FIS or are looking for Super G or SL skis, we’ve got screaming deals worth checking out.
Click here to shop our race ski sale, or call the shop at (530) 582-5781 to find out what 2014 race skis are available now.
Racers, start your savings! Our race skis are deeply discounted, so whether you’re heading to Mt. Hood, South America or just have a podium in your sites for next season, now is the time to buy. Why pay more next year for the best race skis from Atomic, Blizzard, Head, Fischer, Rossignol and Volkl?
But one of the skis in this class we’re most excited about comes from a brand we haven’t carried in the past – the Stockli Stormrider 107. The top pick for many of our testers in this group, the Stockli SR 107 is a departure for Stockli, and an impressive ski for soft-snow oriented all mountain skiers.
“All I wrote on my testing card was ‘wow!’” said Kenzie, one of our expert testers who participated in Powder Magazine’s Powder Week at Jackson Hole.
It’s time to save huge on select skis at the Start Haus! Our Ski Outlet is chock-full of amazing deals (up to 75% off) that won’t last. Click here to shop.
These skis, priced between $99 and $499 are all great skis we just ended up with too many of. Mother nature didn’t cooperate on the powder days this season, so our loss is your gain!
That’s $299 for select powder skis, junior skis starting at $99, system skis with bindings starting at $399 and women’s skis starting at $299 – from top ski brands including Armada, HEAD, Icelantic, K2 and Volkl.
As we’ve spent some time on next year’s skis, we have – believe it or not – been able to get a handful of powder days in, and one of our favorite powder skis for 2014 is the Volkl One.
That is, it’s been one of Jared’s favorite powder skis for 2014 for a while, and once we pried them away from him, the rest of us agreed. In a 12-inch storm, Jared quickly grabbed a pair of 186 cm Volkl One’s and headed into the backcountry outside of Sugar Bowl, foregoing his touring skis and skins, booting lap after lap.
One of the most unique skis that’s got everybody at the Start Haus excited for next year is the Volkl V-Werks Katana, a cutting edge evolution of the popular Volkl Katana big mountain ski.
V-Werks skis from Volkl typically blend high tech materials like carbon fiber and titanium to get the best performance and the lowest weight possible for a ski.
In the case of the V-Werks Katana, Volkl created an innovative structure with a wood core sculpted into a Carbon Fiber frame, resulting in what looks like a rail extending down the length of the ski, leaving the sides of the ski super thin.