Having previously traveled to your favorite snowy peaks with an airline, you already know the problems that await you: long lines, cumbersome packaging, unnecessary fees, size and weight restrictions,among others. Then comes the worry about whether your equipment will arrive, and arrive undamaged. You should be sitting back and dreaming of the ivory powder those skis will be cutting, rather than the million things that can go wrong along the way. Shipping skis with Luggage Free empowers your travel with a worry-free experience, so you can focus on carving those mountains that are slowly coming into focus out of that foggy, ice-blurred window.
If you are like most avid skiers, you are ready to hit the slopes from the moment you land. Waiting for a luggage carousel to bring your equipment, while jostling with fifty other impatient skiers, is not a way to start your adventure. Neither is finally getting your gear only to find it has been damaged. (Let’s not consider if the skis never arrive at all.) Even the best-case scenario is much less than ideal. As a convenient, hassle-free alternative, have your skis delivered. Luggage Free enables you to get to your lodging, and the trails, faster.
As the number of cases of mishandled and lost airline baggage increases each year, there is a spreading maxim: “Don’t pack anything you can’t afford to lose.” If you are packing your skis for your next mountain adventure, why risk having them damaged, stolen or lost? You may end up spending your precious vacation days arguing with the airline about replacements or trying to maneuver that new double black diamond on worn rentals. Besides, at this point, don’t those skis have sentimental value as well,with those tiny nicks and scrapes representing wintry memories? Letting a professional courier service take care of your skis for your peace of mind is well worth considering.
Perfecting your ski technique is up to you. Perfecting ski delivery? That’s on us. We’ve made a business out of getting your gear from home to hill with ease so that you can do what you do best on the slopes without wrenching a shoulder carrying a ski bag on the way.