Giray Dadali | Brighton, UT
Savvy shoppers learned a long time ago that gear reviews are a great way to research equipment before you make a purchase. But the yearly reviews found in magazines and on websites come with their own skewed results. The advanced skiers and bikers providing professional reviews to publications like SKI magazine, FasterSkier.com, or bike magazine, can only provide feedback based on their personal experiences. In other words, regardless of their immense talent, a gear tester can only tell you so much about how a product will perform for you.
At Jans we believe that gear reviews are a useful research tool, but they should never be used as a substitute for firsthand experience with a product. When it’s time to purchase a new bike or pair of skis, a comprehensive testing experience and an open mind are your two biggest allies.
Brendan Trieb | Brighton, UT
As our customer, we consider it our responsibility to make sure you end up with the equipment that works best for you. That’s why we credit up to three days of your testing fees toward the retail purchase price should you decide to buy a new bike or skis. We want you to be confident in your decision, and the best way to do that is to let you Try Before You Buy.