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What You'll Get
The life of a snowflake starts with delicate, atmospheric crystal formation and ends with sudden mangling beneath the snowboards of teenagers. Frolic in nature's snowy beauty with today's Groupon to Scandinavian Ski and Snowboard Shop in Glenview. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 toward anything in the store.
- For $50, you get $100 toward anything in the store.
Named the Best Ski Shop in 2011 by Daily Herald readers, Scandinavian Ski and Snowboard Shop outfits patrons in gear from popular brands. Fall jackets from brands such as The North Face and Patagonia protect bodies from chilly autumn gusts, and winter coats for kids ($79–$159) and adults ($149+) shield exposed skin from abominable-snowman breath. In addition to selling a wide range of equipment, the shop readies skis and snowboards for upcoming seasons with tune-ups ($39 each). Reasonable rental rates for both skis and snowboards ($29/day; $49/weekend; $99/week) save patrons the trouble of attempting to navigate the slopes with toy trucks strapped to their feet.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Scandinavian Ski and Snowboard Shop
Since 1964, Scandinavian Ski and Snowboard Shop has been outfitting its Chicagoland clientele for wintertime adventures. In 2011, readers of the Daily Herald singled out the shop as being among the best in the area. Inside its warm, wood- and brick-walled space, customers can peruse boots, bindings, snowboards, and skis, as well as cold-weather attire from brands including Burton, Patagonia, Spyder, Arc’teryx, and more. Additional accessories such as goggles, gloves, stocking caps, and helmets keep outdoor explorers bundled up more securely than King Tut before lying down for a fateful afternoon nap.