Newsletter: ANNUAL SKI SALE EXTENDED TO 5 JULY 2014 - Thursday, 26 June 2014

Going To TIFFINDELL or Lesotho? Lucky enough to go skiing in Europe or America? We have extended our sale until 5th July for all the school holiday skiers. All stock is discounted by at least 10% and some up to 40%;

Why not RENT?

We have  ski jackets and ski pants for rental. Be prepared with the correct clothing to help you keep dry and warm.

BUY or SELL SECOND HAND ski clothing and equipment

We are having an embargo – normally we only sell ski clothing second hand if you bought it from us ...BUT until 5 July we will take in any second hand ski jackets and pants. Check your cupboards and bring in all your old ski clothing, skis, snowboards and boots.We will sell it on a commission basis for you.


Bring it in – we have the buyers... SO... BUYERS ... check out our second hand department in a week or so.


If it really is too old, or cluttering up your wardrobe, bring it in as we are also looking for ANY warm ski clothing, gloves, hats etc. or old skis to sell or donate to The TIFFINDELL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. 


3 lesson course for only R990 - normal price R1320 - SAVE R440!    

Learn to ski before you go - the best money you can spend to add value and saftey to your ski adventure. Ski 20 km while having intense instruction in a controlled environment and look like a pro when you arrive. Good skiers can learn or perfect their carving turns on The Power Carver 

Only at The Ski Deck - teaching over 100 000 South Africans to ski or board since 1980.

Snow Chains available

Snow chains are available in South Africa for all size tyres. Have better traction, be safer and don't get stuck in the snow. For peace of mind enquire at The Ski Shop on 011) 781 6528.

SPECIAL on ski lessons 6x1 hours only R2450

Alternate phone number: 0110233210 RENTAL, SECONDHAND and NEW Ski Clothes  ...

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