We'll set up your skis & bindings FREE of CHARGE according to the information you submit. Please check it is correct.
If you would like your skis set up, To allow time for setting up & waxing of your skis, we can not do a same day shipping or next day delivery on skis.
For Click & Collect please contact us for time-scales.
Please enter the details needed for binding & DIN setting in the " SPECIAL DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS" in the review your order, in the check out process, or you may email or phone us your details.
Information & details required from you for ski set up:
Boot brand/make & sole length in millimeters. Usually found embossed on side of heels. eg 315mm
Skier classification: Please pick one. Type -1 Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Type 3+
Skiers looking for a lower release setting than type 1. Recommended for beginners over 25 years old.
Ski conservatively. Prefer slower speeds. Ski on easy to moderate slopes. Intermediate level, but not in good physical fitness. Good skiers, but with smooth supple style, but emphasizing safety. Favour lower than average release/retention settings – This corresponds to increased risk of inadvertent binding release in order to gain increased release capacity in a fall.
Intermediate skiers in good physical condition. Prefer a variety of speeds. Ski on varied terrain, including most difficult trails. All skiers who do not meet all the descriptions of the other types.
Ski aggressively. Normally ski at high speeds. Prefer moderate to steep terrain. Favour higher than average release/retention settings. This corresponds to decreased capability to release in a fall in order to decrease the risk of inadvertent binding release. (Type 3 should not be used by skiers of less than 22kg)
Very strong skiers, on challenging terrain. Skiers looking for higher release settings than type 3. N.B Skier type does not have the same meaning as skier ability. I.E, an advanced skier who skis all-terrain but is not particularly aggressive may be able to use type 2 settings.
Using the boot sole length you give, we set the binding to that length, but the final adjustments and checks can only be made with the actual boot. Heel and toe units on ALL boots have to conform to a certain size and shape. However, sometimes boots especially older models or well-worn ones, may vary in length compared to another stating the same measurements hence it is important that you do have them professionally double checked. We recommend that you have your skis double checked by your local or resort ski shop with your actual boot.
SKIS WITH DRILL ON BINDINGS, ONCE DRILLED ARE CLASSED AS USED AND ARE NOT RETURNABLE / REFUNDABLE UNLESS FAULTY.