Pro Collective Terms & Conditions

  1. The Pro Collective program is a membership offered to winter industry professionals. This partnership is a privilege and relies upon mutual respect.

  2. The products purchased through the Pro Collective program are solely for personal use. Purchasing gifts for friends and family or reselling products is not allowed and will result in bad karma and account deactivation.

  3. Faction reserves the right to remove the Pro Collective membership without explanation or notice, without compensation due to abuse (see above) or any other reason.

  4. The Pro Collective membership requires annual renewal.

  5. Faction requires its Pro Collective program members to respect our partners selling skis at full price and our fans that purchase them, by not talking publicly about this program.

  6. All pro returns must be done online through our Returns Page

  7. All pro warranty claims must be placed online here in accordance with Faction’s Warranty Policy.

  8. Faction reserves the right to change the terms of the Pro Collective program at any point, and to place restrictions on the quantity and the products available to purchase. The Pro Collective program entitles members to the purchase of two pairs of skis, two pairs of poles and unlimited apparel. Bindings are strictly excluded from this deal.

  9. The Pro Collective purchases cannot be combined with additional offers such as sales or discounts. The discount cannot be applied retrospectively.

  10. The Pro Collective purchases are not eligible for free shipping, unless stated otherwise.

  11. All orders placed through the Pro Collective program are subject to the general Terms & Conditions applicable for any purchase made through Faction Skis.

  12. By participating in the Pro Collective Program, you are consenting to receive marketing materials from Faction Skis and the Full Stack Supply Co. that are relevant to the outdoor and snowsports industries.

  13. By using the Pro Collective program, you acknowledge and accept the guidelines described above.