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Old 08-08-2012, 03:02 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Yea my corner of suburbia here has chain shops, so I'm always torn on that one, at least there are locals working there - Christy Sports, Colorado Ski n Golf (k2 bindings last year), BC Sport (NS board, they had alot in stock)in the mall.

I had a pretty unpleasant experience with the shop in Bergen park, but I still bought a board/binding setup from them...I'm wondering if theres a better "local" shop I should frequent in the Dillon - Breck area.
Yep, that's Hills and Rails there in Bergen Park.

I'm sure there are great shops in the Breck area, but I'm not overly familiar with them. BA definitely would be.

I'd check out Community Skate and Snow there in old town Arvada though. Good little local shop that carries a lot of the boutique brands. NS, Smokin', Capita, Flux, etc.
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