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Over the past decade few collectors, and others who have an interest in vintage ski gear and memorabilia, have noticed a sharp decline in the availability of quality old wood skis. We have also noticed a new rival to the wood ski era collectables, that of collecting the 1960s and 70s metal and fiberglass skis, but the majority of the skiing population have no idea that these are collectible skis. The gear and other collectables from this period have, for the most part, been ignored and most of the ski material culture from this period has been unceremoniously dumped into land fills. Now it is finally being recognized and appreciated as important and Vintage Ski World intends to take the lead in presenting the best of this period to it's customers. (To read more about this check out our About Us Category.)
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1960s Fischer Alu RSL Steel Vintage Skis 1960's Fischer Alu RSL Steel Vintage Skis

In a town northeast of Salzburg, Austria, the Fischer Company was founded in 1924 by Josef Fischer, Sr. In addition to making wagons, he made an occasional pair of skis. By 1934, the company had significantly expanded it ski manufacturing, with 30 employees, and selling 2,000 pairs of handmade skis in the United States alone. These vintage European skis have early Miller step in Bindings and are in really good condition. 210 cm long

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Our Price: $225.00
1960s Hart Camaro Vintage Skis with Look Nevada Bindings 1960's Hart Camaro Vintage Skis with Look Nevada Bindings

The Hart Camaro ski got it's name from the Chevy Camaro.  My Friend Charlie Unternahrer tells the story that as he was driving through Detroit he saw a billboard of the Chevy Camaro and a light came on.  He called the office and said to rename the Super Pro to the Camaro.  He then talked Chevy into joining Hart at all the ski shows. 200 Cm long

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Our Price: $195.00
1960s Hart Javelin Giant Slalom Vintage Skis with Marker Rotomat Bindings 1960's Hart Javelin Giant Slalom Vintage Skis

The Hart Javelin was one of the most popular and dynamic skis of the mid to late 60's. Hart Javelin skis were featured in 2 of the most important ski movies of all time, Ski the Outer Limits and The Mobius Flip. These famous skiers, Art Furrer, Roger Staub and Suzie Chaffee preferred the Hart Javelin, which helped make them famous. It is interesting that these extremely long and heavy skis were the preferred skis for Suzie's ski ballet and Art Furrer's original freestyle skiing. These classic Hart Downhill skis are in good condition and have Marker Rotomat bindings. Any serious ski collector should have this pair of iconic skis in their collection. 215 cm long or 7 feet.

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1960s Hart Metal Vintage Skis with Marker Bindings 1960's Hart Metal Vintage Skis with Marker Bindings

Hartvig's Holmberg 's brother Harry worked as a ski engineer and designer for Gregg Skis in St. Paul. Knowing that the addition of a seamless metal edge would revolutionize ski design, Harry called upon Hartvig’s manufacturing skills and together they began working on a prototype. After three years of creating and refining, Hartvig, Harry and friend Ed Bjork were ready. In 1955, the first "Hart" metal-edged ski was introduced. Hart Ski Company of Saint Paul Minnesota battled against Howard Head for market share in those days. These old Hart black Metal skis have Marker Rotamat bindings and are in good condition. 205 cm long

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Our Price: $175.00
1960s Hart Metal Vintage Skis with Salomon Bindings 1960's Hart Metal Vintage Skis with Salomon

Hartvig's Holmberg 's brother Harry worked as a ski engineer and designer for Gregg Skis in St. Paul. Knowing that the addition of a seamless metal edge would revolutionize ski design, Harry called upon Hartvig’s manufacturing skills and together they began working on a prototype. After three years of creating and refining, Hartvig, Harry and friend Ed Bjork were ready. In 1955, the first "Hart" metal-edged ski was introduced. Hart Ski Company of Saint Paul Minnesota battled against Howard Head for market share in those days. These old Hart black Metal skis have been remounted with newer Salomon 222 bindings and are in good condition. 160 cm long.

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1960s Lund Tempo Vintage Unmounted Kids Skis 1960's Lund Tempo Vintage Unmounted Kids Skis

This pair of Lund wooden kid's skis were never drilled and have yellow plastic bases. These are a very nice pair of undrilled wood skis that any collector would love to have.  Lund Skis named after the owner were low end skis sold in hardware stores. This is a really special pair of children's skis for collecting or decorating your kid's room at your ski chalet. Made in Japan for the Northland Ski Company of St. Paul, Minnesota. 4'  long.

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Our Price: $150.00
1960s Master Glass Vintage Skis 1960's Master Glass Vintage Skis

These vintage downhill skis are in great shape.  It says on the skis that 20 Olympic metals and 30 World championships were won on skis made in this factory. They were made in Finland and have Look Nevada Bindings  Size - 205 cm long

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Our Price: $250.00
1960s Northland Peerless Unmounted Vintage Skis 1960's Northland Peerless Unmounted Vintage Skis

This pair of wood Northland vintage Skis are in near new condition and have Ebonite bases. These wooden skis were sold at Pages Ski Shop and sold for $37.50. This is a really pristine pair of collector skis.  I don't often sell skis that are in this rare of a condition.  Made by Northland Ski Company, St Paul, MN. 6' 3" long

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Our Price: $320.00
1960s Northland Skilark Vintage Skis 1960's Northland Skilark Vintage Skis

This old pair of wooden skis are some of the last skis made by Northland in St. Paul, Minnesota before they sold to Larson Boat Company in 1966. These are a very nice pair of wood skis that any collector would love to have. Made By Northland Ski Company of St Paul, MN.  185 cm long.

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1960s Northland Supreme Unmounted Vintage Skis 1960's Northland Supreme Unmounted Vintage Skis

These Northland vintage wood skis are in near new condition and have blue Pitex bases. These old wooden skis are from my personal collection. This is a really pristine pair of collector skis.  Made by Northland Ski Company, St Paul, MN.  190 cm long

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1960s Rossignol Strato Concorde Vintage Skis 1960's Rossignol Concorde Vintage Skis

These Rossignol Concorde skis were designed for intermediate skiers. The Concorde was introduced in the late ’60s and was a easier turning ski for recreational skiers and have Look GT step in bindings. This is a great pair of old French skis to decorate your mountain cabin or to add to any collection. 180 cm long

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Our Price: $220.00
1970 Fisher Superglass Vintage Skis 1970 Fischer Superglass RSL Vintage Skis

The Fischer Company was founded in 1924, in Austria, by Josef Fischer, Sr. In addition to making wagons, he made an occasional pair of skis. By 1934, the company had significantly expanded it ski manufacturing, with 30 employees, and selling 2,000 pairs of handmade skis in the United States alone. Following the conclusion of World War II, Josef Fischer, Jr. became involved in the reconstruction of the company. In 1949, Fischer developed the first ski press to speed up production, which was still by hand. By 1956, Fischer adopted its three-triangle logo. In 1964, the company completed a new factory on the outskirts of town, featuring a state-of-the-art computerized sawmill. Fischer also introduces metal skis for the first time, on which Egon Zimmerman wins the downhill at the 1964 Winter Olympics. These vintage Fischer RSL skis are in real nice condition with the famous widely preferred binding from the 70's the Marker Rotamat. 200 cm long

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Our Price: $150.00
1970s Kneissl Red Star Vintage Downhill Skis 1970's Kneissl Red Star Vintage Downhill Skis

These 1970's Kneissl Red Star Skis are on the short side.  I would guess these were for mogul skiing. They have Solomon 502 bindings. 5' 6" long.

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Our Price: $150.00
1970s Rossignol Freestyle Junior Vintage Skis 1970's Rossignol Freestyle Junior Vintage Skis

These 1970's Rossignol Vintage Skis were designed especially for young freestyle skiers. This pair of Kids freestyle skis have Salomon111 step in bindings. Decorate your mountain cabin or child's room with this great pair of Rossi children's skis . 140 cm long

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1970s Rossignol Olympique Vintage Skis 1970's Rossignol Olympique Vintage Skis

As noted by Seth Masia's article, "100 Years of Rossignol", published in Skiing Heritage Magazine:
"In 1961, the engineer Gaston Haldemann had begun working on a hollow-core slalom ski he called simply the Rossignol Fiberglass, and in 1963 Duvillard took that ski to America where he raced on it successfully on the early pro circuit. Even at this late date, the company had no special race department. Instead, Allais and Abel, Jr. went through the annual production of Olympique model skis and hand-picked the best pairs to give to racers. In 1964, Allais set up a special atelier, under an expert Italian woodworker named Angel Nocente, just to make skis for racers. He also hired a young racing coach named Gerard Rubaud, the son of one of his friends, and they set out to match ski flex and performance to what individual racers needed. Duvillard took charge of the on-snow testing program and Roger Abondance managed relations with active racers and teams." 200 cm long

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Our Price: $245.00
   
 
Have fun shopping our 1960s and 70s Skis from famous manufactures like Hart, K2, Kastle, Kneissl, Lange, Miller, Dura Fiber, Dynamic, Fisher, Olin, Rossignol, The Ski, Trucker, plus more. A number of years ago one of the ski magazines made a list of the 'Most Significant Skis Ever Made' and the list included the late 1950's Kastle race skis, the Kneissl White Star, the Dynamic VR17, the Rossignol Strato 102, various Head skis and several others.

Check out our Unmounted Skis Category, plus our Head Skis Category for other great 1960s and 70s skis. Check back often as we put new skis on the site as these one of a kind skis are purchased.

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