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Ski Hire Mayrhofen

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Can anyone recommend a good ski hire shop. We have our own boots and we prefer to shop around a bit for good skis rather than go down the tour operator route. We are all intermediates and fairly agressive skiers so can anyone recommend a particular brand/model (on-piste)?
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Can't comment on Mayrhofen, but last month in Austria we found Intersport had a good range and were more than happy to change our skis throughout the week, at ANY of their shops. Intersport have shops throughout Austria, including, I believe, in Mayrhofen.

I personally had Salomon Equip 10 3V's and Atomic SL11's, both of which were in top notch condition and would seem to match your requirements (speed!) - personally I got on better with the Salomon's as they were more forgiving!! Check out Snow+Rock who sell both models and have reviews of each. Both of these skis fall into Intersport's Premium range, which cost us approx. £80 each for the week. We found the staff helpful, knowledgable and willing to discuss our needs - one look at our boots & they knew what kind of ski we would be looking for (we all have our own boots too). Take advantage of hiring yo try out a few different skis and find what suits you best.

Hope that helps.
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Thanks TC, I was going to check out Intersport if all else fails. I'll have a look at the Salomons.
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Was there recently and was recommended Hervis and Uli Speiss at the base of the Penken gondola as ones to try next time as I was not totally happy with tour operators chosen supplier.
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