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1930's Northland Maple Flat Top Touring Skis
1930s Northland Maple Flat Top Touring Skis with Bear Trap and Leather Bindings

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1930's Northland Maple Flat Top Touring Skis

Northland Ski Manufacturing Company was incorporated in 1912 by Ole S. Ellevold, former foreman of the Strand Ski Company. In 1913, Norwegian born Christian A. Lund became associated with the business through purchase of stock. In 1916, Christian Lund owned most of the stock of the company and Ellevold was forced out. In the 1920s and early 1930s Northland published some of the first U.S. how-to-ski pamphlets printed in the U.S. Northland skis soon gained a widespread reputation for unsurpassed quality making Northland the largest manufacturer of skis in the world. A series of factory fires caused Northland to move to different locations over the years. From Woodenskis.com.

Made by Northland Ski Company of St Paul MN. Size - 7' long.
  • Size - 7' long

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