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1940s J.C. Higgins Ridge Top Vintage Downhill Skis
The ski tips have a dark shadow that are not on the actual skis. The shine on the tails are reflection and also not on the skis. 1940s J.C. Higgins Ridge Top Vintage Downhill Skis with Bear Trap and Cable Bindings

Made in the 1940s by J.C. Higgins (Sears Roebuck), these old wooden hickory skis are in excellent condition and would be great for a collector or for decorating a ski lodge or ski cabin in the mountains. Length - 230 cm (7 ft 6 in).
Price: $525.00

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J. C. Higgins was a name brand of the Sears Roebuck Company. Many people ask if there was a real "J.C. Higgins" who worked for Sears. There certainly was. John Higgins began working for Sears in 1898 as the manager of the headquarters' office bookkeepers and retired as company comptroller in 1930. "John Higgins" the employee became "J.C. Higgins" the brand name during a discussion in 1908 among Sears' executives of possible names for a new line of sporting goods.

Length - 230 cm (7 ft 6 in).
  • Length - 230 cm (7 ft 6 in)

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