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Welcome to Vintage Ski World, your source for antique skis, wooden skis, vintage skis, antique ski decor, wood snow skis for sale and much more. Whenever you need vintage skis or vintage ski memorabilia, come to Vintage Ski World! Check out some of our antique and vintage skis including Wood Skis spanning six decades, Head Skis, plus Metal and Fiberglass 1960s & 70s Skis, Kid’s Skis, Nordic or Cross Country Skis and many others. If you are looking for one of a kind skis manufactured between 1900 – 1970, start your search right here at Vintage Ski World! All our skis are also listed in the Categories above, so you can see specific types of skis together.
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1920s Lund Vintage Maple Touring Skis with Morstise andLleather Bindings 1920's Lund Vintage Maple Touring Skis

Christian A. Lund of C. A. Lund Company made Lund skis since 1927 in Hastings, MN as well as hockey sticks, and toboggans. The Lund brand of skis were a less expensive brand of Northland Ski Manufacturing Company of St. Paul, MN. Lund also sold wholesale to department stores like Sears and Montgomery Wards and ski clubs with their own ski labels. Lund opened a second ski manufacturing plant in Laconia, NH in 1938. This is a nice pair of old Lund flat top maple skis with mortise and leather bindings.These are great example of early Norweagian made skis and would make a great wall hanger at your ski lodge or ski condo!  Size - 7' 6" long

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1930s Northland Maple Flat Top Touring Skis with Bear Trap and Leather Bindings 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 reputation for unsurpassed quality making Northland the largest manufacturer of skis in the world. Made by Northland Ski Company of St Paul MN. Size - 7' long.

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1942 Flexible Flyer 10th Mountain Division Army Skis 1942 Flexible Flyer 10th Mountain Division Army Skis

If you like to collect 10th Mountain division memorabilia this is a great pair to purchase.These are very early skis made for the 10th Mountain Division Ski Troopers by S.L. Allen of Philadelphia Pennsylvania.  This is the same company that made those cool Flexible Flyer sleds we all used as kids. Size - 7' long

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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 Head Master Vintage Metal Skis 1960's Head Master Metal Skis

In 1947, Howard Head was an aircraft engineer for Glenn L. Martin Company in Baltimore, and went skiing for the first time. Head was frustrated with the quality of the clumsy and heavy wooden skis, which made skiing very difficult for beginners. He decided to develop a lighter and more efficient ski that could make skiing much easier for everyone. He left his job and devoted all his time and energy to developing the skis and supported himself with earnings from poker. This pair of Head skis were sold by Hofstetter Sports in Genčve, Switzerland.  210 cm long

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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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1970s Head 720 Olympic Vintage Metal Skis 1970's Head 720 Olympic Vintage Metal Skis

Head Skis were the most popular of the early metal skis. Jean Claude Killy and Stein Eriksen enjoyed contracts to ski on Head Skis in those days. This pair of Head metal skis sports a very early Tyrolia step in binding. These early Head vintage metal skis were made in Timonium, Maryland.  6' 10" - 208 CM ' long

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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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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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1980s Miller Super Soft Vintage Powder Skis 1980's Miller Super Soft Vintage Powder Skis

Earl Miller from Utah made some of the early powder skis. This is a rare  pair and very collectable. They have Salomon 727 binding and are in excellent condition. 200 cm long

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1990 K2 Ninja Turtle Vintage Kids Skis 1990 K2 Ninja Turtle Vintage Kid's Skis

These kids Ninja Turtle skis made by K2 are as cool as they get.  Decorate your child's room with these rare and collectable K2 skis made in Austria.  They vintage kid's skis have Tyrolia bindings. 3 ft. 6 inches long.

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Vintage wooden skis and antique skis, from the small children’s skis to the 12 foot long skis make the perfect ski lodge decor. Decorate your home or getaway with a pair of vintage wooden skis from Vintage Ski World. We pride ourselves on offering some of the most unique, authentic, vintage skis for sale. We are happy to have served a countless number of customers with our antique skis.

Looking for other products to decorate in a Lodge Decor style? Create a warm lodge decor ambiance by accenting the antique skis with our classic Ski Boots, or Ski Poles and Antique Snowshoes found in each of their Categories or by clicking these links.

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