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1940s Gregg Championship Fraser Model Downhill Skis
1940's Gregg Standard Ridgetop Vintage Skis with Bear Trap and Leather Bindings

This is a really collectible pair of Gregg downhill Gretchen Fraser model. Gretchen and Don Fraser were both Olympians, and Gretchen won the first gold medal for the U.S. at the 1948 St. Moritz Olympics.
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1940s Gregg Gretchen Fraser Championship Downhill Skis with Bear Trap and Cable Bindings

Henry S. Gregg was president in 1906 of the Minneapolis Iron Store Company, which owned Park Manufacturing and Gregg Manufacturing companies. Park and Gregg started out making wooden farm implements. Gregg began making wooden skis for the Dartmouth Cooperative Society in Hanover, NH in 1919. Henry Gregg's son John Gregg became vice-president of Gregg Manufacturing in about 1926. Demand grew into the 1930s and Gregg Skis was one of the three major suppliers of skis for the 10th Mtn. Div. during WW2. Length - 7' 3" long.
  • Length - 7' 3" long

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