What You'll Get
Snowboarding combines the best aspects of other sports: the gravity-defiance of skateboarding, the velocity of sledding, and the snow of snowball. Get back on board with today's deal for Mountain Gear. Choose from the following options:
- For $18, you get a ski or snowboard tune-up ($38 value)
- For $6, you get a ski or snowboard waxing ($18 value).
Having worked with outdoor enthusiasts for more than 25 years, Mountain Gear's professional staff has the tools and know-how to enhance any wintery equipment. If you opt for a waxing, the shop's skilled snow workers will apply hot wax until your board gleams brightly enough to blind the sun. The tune-up includes not only waxing, but also belt-sanding the bases and sharpening edges. Mountain Gear not only excels at sprucing up wood snowing boards, but also, with its LEED gold-certified headquarters, it excels at protecting the environment that makes the trees and that give their lives to make wood snowing boards everywhere.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid with other offers. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mountain Gear
More than two decades ago, Paul Fish dreamed up a unique backpack and stitched a prototype by hand. After some redesigns, Fish and his wife opened an outdoor apparel shop—Mountain Gear—where they could sell these packs to local climbers and backpackers. Today, Mountain Gear's spacious retail location boasts a comprehensive selection of gear for camping, hiking, and climbing, as well as snowsports and watersports. Skiers can bundle up in gear from The North Face and Black Diamond, and mountaineers can ascend to new altitudes with Mountain Hardwear apparel. Mountain Gear also houses an indoor climbing wall, and its outdoorsy staff hosts classes that teach attendees how to tackle their first climbing wall or cook meals in the wilderness without having to call a restaurant for instructions.