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Rental Gear Request & Information

Thanks to a very generous grant from the Daniels Fund, our team has an amazing fleet of skis and poles that families may rent for the season. Skate and classic skis and poles are available. Team rental skis have NNN bindings, so your skier's boots must be NNN compatible.

Click here for the gear request form. The form also provides more information about the gear rental program. Families with more than one athlete will need to fill out the form once for each athlete.

First priority will be given to forms filled out by Sunday October 7th. We do our best to fill every request each season. In the event that we cannot, preference will be given to skiers new to the club and to multi-skier households. Beyond that, we will lease one pair of skis per athlete. Our overall goal is to lower barriers to participation for as many athletes as possible.

Cost per ski season: $50/pair for junior skis -- $75/pair/adult skis

Deposit: $150/pair for junior skis -- $225/pair/adult skis (a post-dated check, dated May 1st 2019)

We also have aluminum poles for younger/shorter skiers. Poles will range from 100cm - 135cm. These work for skiers 3’9” - 5’2” (skate) and 4’3”- 5’5” (classic). Cost is $10/pair with a $25 deposit.

Rental gear must be returned at the end of the season

For help with specific questions about gear rental please email John Crimaldi (

For more general information about gear rental, please read on:

U14 and younger skiers usually have 2 pairs of skis that they use for both practice and races. Thus, junior skis will be "2nd tier" skis (not the very best, but appropriate for both practice and races. Older skiers (U16 and older) commonly have separate race and practice skis and adult skis cost more, so we have opted for "3rd tier" skis for older kids. They can be used as race skis, but we tend to see them being used more as practice skis.