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All ski rental reservations must be made at least 2 full days in advance. For rentals within 2 full days of your arrival please contact the store of your choice regarding walk-in availability.
1600 Park Avenue
Park City, UT 84060
Park City Mountain Resort Store
1310 Lowell Avenue
Park City, UT 84060
Welcome to the highest quality ski and snowboard rentals in Park City and Deer Valley. Our store at 1600 Park Avenue is our flagship store, and it has the largest selection of equipment, gear and accessories in Park City for your shopping pleasure. Our store at the base of Park City Mountain Resort has everything you need to be at your best on the slopes, and it’s ultra-convenient. If you are skiing or riding at Park City Mountain Resort, you can even leave your rental equipment with us overnight so you don’t have to carry it back and forth each evening. For the best, largest, and best maintained selection of rental skis and snowboards in town, make your online rental reservation right here, and then start... learn more
We can rent you all of the accessories as well including backcountry AT ski boots, telemark boots, climbing skins, and telescoping ski poles. We also have a selection of split boards and snowshoes for snowboarders who want to take to the backcountry as well. Our experienced Expert staff is dedicated to finding you exactly the right gear, and we can even let you know where to find your adventure.
Rent online so we can have your equipment ready and waiting for you, or call the experts at Jans for more information — 800-745-1020
Beginners and intermediates looking for a basic groomer ski will enjoy cruising the hill with our Sport Enthusiast ski rental packages. Jans will set you up with this season’s Atomic skis that provide you with easy turning, excellent stability, and good edge control on... learn more
Our High-Performance ski rental packages are built for intermediate and expert skiers who want skis that are stable at higher speeds and can make a variety of turn shapes so they can spend time exploring beyond the groomers. Jans’ selection of High-Performance skis features... learn more
At first look, it's easy to assume that the only contrast between men's and women's skis are the graphics - but the difference couldn't be bigger. Why? Because a woman skiing on men's equipment is five times more likely to tear her ACL. Even without an injury, a woman will have to work a lot harder to ski on men's equipment.
Men and women are built differently, so their equipment needs to be different. For the same height and level of physical fitness, women have lower centers of gravity; their center of gravity rests farther back on their feet; and their legs are farther apart at the hips than men's. These differences all affect how women's skis, boots and bindings are designed and ultimately improves her day on the hill.
Women's skis, boots and bindings are specifically designed and fitted to fit the profile of a female body, which translates into precise control, better balance and more agility on the mountain. A woman using proper women's equipment will experience less fatigue and will almost assuredly enjoy the skiing more.
The construction of a woman's ski typically starts with the front of the ski being made of a softer, easier-flexing core material than the rest of the ski. This makes turn initiation easier and reduces strain on the knees.
Because women carry their center of gravity lower than men, and particularly because that center is slightly further back on their feet, the waist (the narrowest part) of a women's ski is moved forward, which moves the maximum flexibility point of the ski forward to make the turn initiation faster. This improves contact with the snow so the ski can hold a secure edge without "washing out." Bindings are also mounted forward on women's skis to match the forward waist and to accommodate the lower center of gravity, letting women comfortably and effortlessly maneuver their equipment in all types of terrain. The result is a responsive and stable ski that works hard for female skiers of all abilities.
Women's ski boots are equally as important. Women's calves sit lower on the leg than men's, which drastically affects the fit and overall comfort of the boot. Without the right support in the calf, it won't take long before muscle cramps ruin a perfect ski day. And because women have a narrow heel, ladies' ski boots are designed to cradle the delicate foot, eliminating "heel lift" and increasing stability.
Our Kids’ ski rental packages include the same quality equipment as the adult packages, but smaller and more flexible to accommodate a child’s height and weight. Featuring Atomic skis, our Kids’ ski rental packages provide the ease and stability that younger skiers often need... learn more
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