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01-07-2014 09:29 PM
NZRide Thanks for the advice guys, looks like I will need to buy from a selection of these since it looks like it'll be a bit more of a mission to get all the correct gear in sizes, and colours etc from the stocks available, but I have plenty of options now to approach anyway.

cheers,
01-07-2014 06:43 PM
BurtonAvenger The only Rome dealer you'll find up here is The Underground in Breck. Salomon I would go with Mountain Wave, I think Carvers still carries it, MSO, and Christy's.

Best service in town is going to be The Lumberyard.
01-07-2014 04:26 PM
NZRide
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Mountain Sports Outlet (MSO) is right at the Silverthorne exit. They have pretty decent prices and a good sized selection. There is also a new shop the Lumberyard in Breck that is supposed to be good. Just about any of the shops in Summit country should have sales going on for you.
Thanks Killclimbz !, I will get in touch with them both closer to the time and see what they can do.

cheers,
01-07-2014 04:16 PM
linvillegorge
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Though MSO is not exciting, I believe they carry the exact brands the OP is looking for in rather large quantities.
True that.
01-07-2014 04:15 PM
killclimbz
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fwiw BC Sport has online and a spot in the mall(southwest plaza) by my house. It is where I bought my proto a couple years ago.

also REI.

BA has a new shop he is promoting this year in Breckenridge, that would be cool for you to go drop coin on.
That would be the lumberyard. Definitely worth dropping some coin there.

Though MSO is not exciting, I believe they carry the exact brands the OP is looking for in rather large quantities.
01-07-2014 04:12 PM
snowklinger fwiw BC Sport has online and a spot in the mall(southwest plaza) by my house. It is where I bought my proto a couple years ago.

also REI.

BA has a new shop he is promoting this year in Breckenridge, that would be cool for you to go drop coin on.
01-07-2014 04:07 PM
linvillegorge I must be the only guy under the sun who has never found shit at MSO. I've stopped even bothering walking in the place. Always seems like they have the typical gear at typical prices. Not bad, just nothing special either - both in terms of selection and prices. Maybe it's just me.
01-07-2014 04:06 PM
NZRide
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There's plenty of shops in the Breck area. Plenty of shops in Vail too which you'll drive right by on your way to Aspen. A couple of shops in Aspen too. I don't think hands on shopping is gonna be a problem for you.
Its just that I'm not bringing current boards or bindings with us, as its too much luggage, so we do need to get the new gear on arrival.
01-07-2014 04:04 PM
killclimbz Mountain Sports Outlet (MSO) is right at the Silverthorne exit. They have pretty decent prices and a good sized selection. There is also a new shop the Lumberyard in Breck that is supposed to be good. Just about any of the shops in Summit country should have sales going on for you.
01-07-2014 03:43 PM
linvillegorge There's plenty of shops in the Breck area. Plenty of shops in Vail too which you'll drive right by on your way to Aspen. A couple of shops in Aspen too. I don't think hands on shopping is gonna be a problem for you.
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