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#AsTheyGrowDLH Buy-Back Program



Currently for Alpine/Downhill we are already running low on certain sizes of skis and boots, please call to confirm size availability. We will be placing another order in December so please fill out the form below if we are out of the sizes you are looking for and we will reach out with availability.

#AsTheyGrowDLH Buy-Back Program

This program is designed to give parents peace of mind that the investment in snow gear for their child will continue to grow with them.

This program applies to select junior alpine and cross country ski equipment. Full details on what equipment qualifies can be found in store with one of our knowledgeable sales staff. Just to note, no junior race or twin tip skis will be offered through this program.

How does it work?

Getting equipment for kids can be stressful, trying to find gear that fits while leaving enough room for growth (in both size and skill). Continental’s #AsTheyGrowDLH buy-back program helps to lower that stress for junior skiers to make sure they are on the correct gear year after year.

The selection of junior equipment eligible for #AsTheyGrowDLH comes with a buy-back value. Eligible equipment purchased in the current season and returned between April 1st and April 30th will receive a Continental account credit worth 50% of the original purchase price. Any gear returned between May 1st and July 31st will receive a 35% credit. Any gear returned between August 1st and September 30th will receive a 20% credit.


  • What if the equipment gets damaged?

    • All returned equipment must be in resalable condition. Normal wear and tear is expected, however any excessive wear or damage may result in a reduction of return percentage or may make items ineligible for the buy-back. If any repairs are needed to bring gear back to saleable condition these repair costs will be deducted from the buy-back value. All skis will receive a basic tuneup and binding check at no additional cost.

  • What is considered excess damage?

    • Examples of damage and excessive wear include, but are not limited to, any gouges to the base or top sheet that expose core material, bent/broken edges, any delamination of tips or tails, bent/broken binding parts, missing screw, missing binding windows, broken buckles, ripped linings, worn boot soles beyond binding specifications.