In a car-top ski rack:
-simply place your skis in the SkiShield Ski Bag, then in your ski rack and they're completely protected from road salt, dirt and grime.
-the SkiShield Ski Bag is sized to accommodate skis up to ~210 cm in length, in either an edge-to-edge or base-to-base configuration; whichever your ski rack requires.
In your SUV:
-place your skis in a SkiShield Ski Bag, then in the back of your SUV and any melted ice/snow from your skis will be contained and not drip onto the floor
-a SkiShield Ski Bag will prevent other skis from banging against your skis on a rough trip to or from the resort, preventing edge nicks, and other damage
Flying to your ski destination? You NEED a SkiShield Ski Bag!
You can use your SkiShield Ski Bag as your only ski bag with confidence, OR:
Place your skis in your SkiShield Ski Bag, THEN in your airline/travel ski bag
-your skis will gain ADDED padding and protection against overzealous baggage handlers
-when you arrive at the airport and grab your rental car, simply remove your skis from your travel bag and place them, in the SkiShield Ski Bag, in the cartop ski rack. Your skis will remain protected, and you'll gain valuable luggage space in your car on your way to the resort.
-if you have a multiple-pair travel bag, a SkiShield Ski Bag will prevent skis from banging against each other, preventing edge damage and nicks in transit
-you can then use the extra space in your travel bag to pack extra clothing around your skis without having to worry about getting edge cuts, rust, or grease stains on your clothing!
Do you store your skis during the off-season in the garage? The basement? The attic?
Summertime moisture and humidity WILL corrode your edges and bindings over time....
FIRST make sure your skis AND the inside of your SkiShield Ski Bag are COMPLETELY dry.....then put your skis in storage.
When the next ski season comes around, your skis will be as pristine as the day you put them away!
How to use your SkiShield Ski Bag:
Simply slide your skis into the open end of the bag. Wrap any excess length back over the skis and secure with the attached tie by threading it through itself and giving it a half-twist to secure.