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Where to buy skis in Arc 1800?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
We're going to Arc 1800 on New Year's Eve, and my sister intends buying a pair of skis, rather than renting as she is indtending to ski for 10 weeks this winter. So, where's the best place to buy. I suggested going down to BSM where the price might be cheaper (?) but she fancies demo-ing a few skis and wants the convenience of getting the skis in resort.

As an aside, any recommended skis for someone whose skied 3 weeks a year for the last 10 years, and who is planning on doing an off -piste coures in Flaine as well?
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