For Sale Lindsey Vonn’s Rossi Vintage DH boards

Brian Finch

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I acquired these for the pivot bindings only. Make me an offer & you can have em before I mount em on a fence.
 

trailtrimmer

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Are these the old orange and black ones?

Was thinking about trying a speed skiing event at sun peaks. A can’t imagine the shipping cost on a 215ish ski.
 
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Brian Finch

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Are these the old orange and black ones?

Was thinking about trying a speed skiing event at sun peaks. A can’t imagine the shipping cost on a 215ish ski.

One vintage earlier- tan & black. Shipping is going to be prohibitive.
 

Doug Briggs

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If I weren't trying to give away skis myself, I'd bite. I once had a pair of SGs in that vintage.
 

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Too old for me as well, no matter how cool the pedigree. :(
You might be surprised. Remember these are the 45m radius ones. And they are the real deal selected stock. I have a similar vintage pair of 206 DHs, ex Swiss team , via miss muleski, they are fast and ski well. I have actually run SG on them without issues...
 

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What plate is on it? Tempting if an R21.

My biggest concern is the age, Ptex dries out, wood changes, etc. I have a older set of Elan 203 SG skis that bend and turn great, but I really need to have them ground at this point.
 

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Are these the old orange and black ones?

Was thinking about trying a speed skiing event at sun peaks. A can’t imagine the shipping cost on a 215ish ski.
At least for now, there are no more speed ski events at Sun Peaks. The organizer of past years (Adam Earle) moved to Australia.
 
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