Newsletter: SKI SEASON IN FULL SWING at The SKI DECK in Ferndale - Monday, 24 November 2014

Going skiing this season? 

Early snow has fallen across the Alps and Scandinavia – a good indicator of things to come.


Be comfortable and look good.


Early new seasons fashions have arrived at our Ski & Snowboard Shop. Get the whole family kitted out from our full range of the latest highly breathable ski clothing including fashionable snow boots from Olang and exciting ski jackets, ski pants and accessories from Trespass and Brugi. Trespass is one of the biggest brands of ski and snowboard clothing in the world. Brugi of Italy has been in the ski clothing business since 1956. Our brands are selected to be best value for money suppliers ideally suited to the SA market. Don’t pay over the top for a global brand name that includes up to 40% of the item value in their marketing.


Our shop hours have been extended to Sundays – check out the website for our busy season shop hours.


Win a course of ski or snowboard lessons for 2 people valued at R4400 by entering our competition on face book. Simply “like and share” our facebook page and WIN!

The Ski Deck is South Africa’s oldest ski company and we have taught over 100,000 South Africans to ski. Now we have the latest ski surface imported from MAAX TRACKS


See how it works: Watch the surface being used in Toronto (sorry we don’t have our own version yet)  


INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED SKIERS use the amazing POWER CARVER to learn or improve their carving techniques and to get “ski fit”. 



Do your friends a favor and forward this email to anyone you know, going skiing this season!  


Look on our website under GALLERY for specials on Ski Clothing.


Specials on Ski Holidays with Holiday Factory:

SPECIAL on ski lessons 6x1 hours only R2450

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

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