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Ski and Snowboard Workshop | Bournemouth


Our fully fitted ski and snowboard servicing workshop is situated on site here at Snowtrax Dorset. Equipped to deal with all types of ski & snowboard repairs, all year round. Our Servicing workshop has repaired and serviced thousands of skis and snowboards over the past 20 years, visit us to find out what we can do for your ski or snowboard equipment!

A quick video demonstrating just some of the Ski and Snowboard servicing processes we cover here at the Snowtrax workshop, in Dorset.

We offer ski and snowboard servicing as well as repairs, ski boot stretching and ski binding mounting. Using a combination of the latest ski servicing machinery and years of dedicated expertise from our trained ski and snowboard servicing technicians, we can often tackle even the most complex of servicing requirements.

Our qualified technicians finish every ski & snowboard by hand, to ensure the quality is second to none.

If you would like to take advantage of our industry leading ski and snowboard servicing in Bournemouth, simply drop in to our ski and snowboard store. One of our sales team will take some details, walk you through our servicing options and get you booked in. Our technicians will handle the rest!

Free Ski Binding Mounting

We offer a free ski binding mounting service for all skis & bindings purchased on our website or in store.

If you have already bought skis from us & would like to supply information for mounting your bindings - please contact us.

We will mount your bindings onto your skis in the manufactures recommended position. If you wish to have your bindings mounted elsewhere on the ski (eg + 2cm, or core centre) then please let us know when providing your other mounting details. If you are unsure then please call us for advice.

Once your order has been placed we will email you to acquire your mounting details. You will be asked to supply the following details:

> Age
> Weight
> Height
> Ability level (type 1,2 or 3)
> Ski boot sole length (measurement written on side/heel of boot in millimetres).

Ability Level

Beginner / Lower Intermediate (Type 1)
  • > Cautious skier.
  • > Ski conservatively.
  • > Prefer slower speeds.
  • > Favour lower than average release / retention settings.
  • > Or entry level skier uncertain of their classification.
Intermediate / Advanced (Type 2)
  • > Average / performance skier.
  • > Ski at a variety of speeds.
  • > Prefer to ski on varied terrain, including most difficult runs.
Expert / Race (Type 3)
  • > Aggressive Skier.
  • > Normally skis at high speed.
  • > Prefer steeper & more challenging terrain.
  • > Favour higher than average release / retention settings.


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