Yes - we'll start by finding out exactly what you're looking for, and then come up with an initial quotation.
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Please email to find out when we can make your skis. There is usually a longer queue in the winter and shorter in the summer. The skis are usually made in batches as it is more efficient.
Our skis are extremely versatile and can be used for ski touring, alpine skiing, backcountry skiing, piste skiing and generally having a good time. You can also put them on your wall and admire them.
We offer a two year warranty against delamination caused by any manufacturing fault. The warranty does not cover damage from skiing in inapropriate conditions, skiing over rocks or park skiing. The skis will have to be inspected by an LMS ski maker to ensure a manufacturing fault is evident and the damage has not been caused by inapropriate use.
If you want a fun, high-quality, high-performance ski that's beautifully handcrafted in Scotland, these skis are for you. They are designed to be light enough for you to tour with but also tackle changeable conditions and maintain performance on ice.
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To maintain maximum water repellency you can coat the skis with yacht varnish, linseed oil or regular wood or furniture polish. Make sure the skis are fully dry before doing so and remove any splinters or roughness with a fine grit sandpaper. Do not leave the skis in a wet environment overnight. Always let the skis dry out when you can. Do not to leave them in your roof box overnight. Keep the PTEX base regularly waxed and polished for maximum glide. Repair any scratches in the top sheet and sidewalls regularly (see instructions below).
If you experience a scratch or nick you can re-varnish the affected area to ensure maximum longevity of the skis. We recommend removing any splinters and giving the area a light sanding with 240 sandpaper to smoothen prior to sealing. To seal the area we recommend using a curing wax-oil formula such as; Treatex Hardwax oil, Osmo Polyx oil, Tru-Oil gunstock oil, boiled linseed oil or Danish oil. You can also use polyeurathan yacht varnish which is perhaps the most durable. Apply the oil thinly with a cloth and leave in a warm dry room overnight to cure before using the ski. If the scratch is deep we recommend applying 2 or 3 coats of your chosen oil for maximum durability.
We have designed binding plates that cover all the major manufacturers screw patterns. Beech in combination with our other materials offers excellent binding screw retention. Use the correct jig and one of our recommended glues. If you have an unusual binding screw pattern, please contact us first to ensure it is safe to use on the ski.
We can currently mount the Dynafit Radical 2 and Beast 14 and 16 bindings.
For the best screw retention you must use either polyurethane wood glue such as Gorilla Glue, epoxy resin or D4 wood glue.
Because of our high quality construction and materials our skis will keep their performance for many seasons. If you keep your skis in tip top condition they should be able to last for generations.
You can rub the ski down with 240 grit sandpaper and revarnish the whole ski with a 1.5 inch paint brush. However, if you are not confident doing this yourself we offer a refinishing service. Each pair of LMS skis includes one free refinishing service.
Our skis have a wooden top sheet and sidewalls but they are laminated together in a sandwich of 8 layers with a bio epoxy resin designed especially for skis. This ensures the skis will keep their performance and remain stable.