For a ski package you can expect a pair of skis, bindings, and poles.
Snowboard packages come with a snowboard, and bindings.
Helmet and boot rentals are available for an additional fee.
There are! We offer different ski equipment packages based on your ability. For snowboards, we have an excellent all-mountain snowboard that is perfect for any snow condition, but equipment does not differ between skill levels.
We currently are offering our best day pricing for ski and snowboard rentals, therefore booking one day versus multiple days will not adjust that daily rate. Breckenridge Ski & Sport strives to get you the best equipment at the best price!
Helmet rental is an option with the rental of a ski or a snowboard package. We currently do not offer helmet rentals without an equipment rental.
We will offer items such as hats, gloves, socks, buffs, and goggles availabile for purchase at our store. As for snow gear, we do not have any ski jackets or snowpants available for rent or purchase at our shop, but our partner Winter Wear Rentals can set you up with coats, pants, and bibs for your time on the mountain!
Our rentals have the option of damage insurance that covers any repairable damage to skis or boots. It does not cover loss or theft. If you choose not to carry this coverage you will opt out at the time of rental and you will be held responsible for any damage to the equipment. As a renter, you will be required to sign a liability waiver and you have the choice of opting into the damage insurance upon checkout at the shop the first day of your rental.
Wouldn’t hurt to ask! Let us know if you’re digging the gear and we can talk about options.
We currently do not offer any backcountry equipment rentals.
Your rental package will operate similarly to a car rental, and you will be charged for any days it is in your possession. If you return your rental package early you will be refunded any unused days. Rentals must be in before 9:00 AM to avoid charges for that day.
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Our bindings are Tyrolia and all other equipment is Head.
Your rental can be picked up as early as the day before your first day on the mountain at 3:00 PM. Any rentals picked up prior to 3:00 PM will be charged for the date they are being picked up.
Rentals can be returned as late as the day following your last day on the mountain at 9:00 AM. Any rental returned after 9:00 AM will be charged for the date of drop off.
Like most outdoor activities skiing and snowboarding come with inherent risks, some of which are associated with binding releases. Because of these risks anyone over the age of 18 needs to be present to sign a liability waiver prior to equipment being released. Equipment will only be released to the party it was fitted for.
If your children are minors you may pick-up their equipment on their behalf. Boot fitting a child who isn’t present can be difficult, but if you bring a well-fitting shoe of theirs (not one with growing room) we should be able to make a good call.
Yes! If you’re calling your vacation a day early due to weather or something similar we are happy to refund any unused days at the time of return. Similarly if you need to extend your rental we are happy to accommodate, please notify us as early as possible.
We are happy to exchange your gear for different sizes at our Breckenridge location at any time during your rental contract. If you’d like to upgrade to a higher performance package we’ll be happy to help as well.
Your minors will need your signature on their liability waivers. If your child will be traveling without you, you may fill out their waiver ahead of time. Please reach out to Breckenridge Ski & Sport if this is the case.
Whether you’re a first timer or you’ve got a whole quiver of planks at home renting equipment can be a great option. Renting allows novices the opportunity to enjoy riding at a fraction of the cost of buying, and for the most experienced riders renting allows you to travel hassle-free while also allowing you to try out the latest and greatest equipment available on the market.
Your alpine package will come with all the basic equipment you need to get started on the mountain. We recommend you bring the pair of socks you intend on wearing on the slopes so that we can best fit your boots. Don’t have winter sport socks? Don’t stress, we have them available for purchase in-store!
As a skier your height and weight will be used in combination with your Skier Type to determine your correct binding release, or DIN setting. If your height and weight listed on your rental form are inaccurate you may increase your risk of injury associated with an incorrect binding release.
As a snowboarder this information is just intended for our team to help better select a board comfortable to your specific rider profile, but is not required for binding settings. Knowing your preferred stance is helpful, but our techs are happy to help you determine your stance if it is unknown.
Yes! A comfortable boot is the foundation for a great day on the mountain, and we applaud you for having made that investment. Please be sure to bring your personal boot with you at the time of equipment pick-up; our tech will need to adjust your bindings to your specific boot.
Skiers have notoriously uncomfortable footwear in the sports world, but here are a few things our techs will pay attention to so that you get the best fit. If you’re wearing an appropriate sock the boot should initially feel too small as your foot slides to the front and crams your toes a bit. Once your shin is buckled you should get some relief on your toes. Only when you’re standing and leaning forward (see the skier emoji!) should your toes have comfortable wiggle-room.
Even with a boot that initially fits in shop, you may still experience discomfort on the mountain. We know how frustrating that can be, and are happy to exchange your boots at our Breckenridge location for an adjusted fit. Remember to not leave your boots in the cold overnight. This creates a rigid boot the morning you are trying to get out on the slopes and could make the first few hours on your skis uncomfortable.
If you are renting boots to pair with your personal skis, please be sure to bring your skis so that we can make any necessary changes to your bindings and verify your skis. Your skis must be manufactured by a brand that the Breckenridge Ski & Sport techs are certified to work on (i.e. Tyrolia, Soloman, and Look). The bindings must also be indemified by the manufacturer.
Our techs will make length recommendations based on your height, weight, and Skier Type. Current ski models are typically designed to be between shoulder and forehead height for their rider. Snowboards are typically recommended at shoulder to nose height. Your personal preference and rider goals will also be taken into account when we make length recommendations.
Skier Type helps a rental technician best understand how you prefer to spend your time on the mountain and set your bindings accordingly. It is your responsibility to determine your skier type. Skier Type is broken into 3 main classifications and each are described below. If you have a preferred binding setting or have been dissatisfied with your release in the past please talk to a rental technician about Type -1 and Type 3+ selections.
A type 1 skier prefers skiing cautiously and at slower speeds. This skier is most comfortable on smooth slopes of gentle to moderate pitch. As a type 1 skier you prefer lower than average release/retention settings so in the case of a fall your bindings are more likely to release. A type 1 skier is an entry level skier uncertain about their classification.
A type 2 skier prefers a variety of speeds. A type 2 skier will ski on varied terrains and explores different parts of the mountain. If a skier cannot decide that they are a 1 or 3 they are a 2. A type 2 Skier prefers average release/retention settings appropriate for most recreational skiing.
A type 3 skier prefers faster speeds. A type 3 skier likes going fast and skis aggressive on slopes of moderate to steep pitch. Type 3 skiers prefer higher than average release/retention settings. As a type 3 skier they prefer decreased releasability in a fall in order to gain a decreased risk of inadvertent binding release.
Your snowboard will be set up with either your left or right foot leading, and the angle of your toes can vary. If you know which foot you lead with you can let the tech know whether you are “Regular” or “Goofy” (left or right foot forward). If you are unsure which foot you’d like to lead with have a friend push you slightly and see which foot you catch yourself with. The angles your toes are set at will primarily be determined by rider preference, but for anyone unsure we will often …. BLAIR**
On The Snow is our go-to for state-wide conditions, however, most mountains publish conditions on their specific websites as well.
If you’ve never skied or snowboarded taking lessons will minimize the amount of time you spend struggling on the mountain, and will often reduce your risk of injury. Learning from a professional will give you a stronger foundation to continue building on for vacations to come.