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snow addict

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surfsnowgirl - don't store your skis in the bag. That is just for transporting and protecting them.

Why? I've been keeping my skis in ski bags for as long as I have been skiing and it never seems to do any damage or anything really. Saves some storage room too.
 

volklgirl

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The reason for "why not" is that bags are generally made to keep water and contaminants out, which means they also keep that crap in, subjecting your skis and bindings to additional moisture that can cause damage to metal springs and edges. If the bag is clean and dry and the skis are equally clean and dry, then it's probably not an issue. Still, I wouldn't if I had a choice at all.
 

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