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All Things Dura-Fiber

Dura-Fiber Skis

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Mack

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Here is a pair of early Dura-Fiber 207 hollow core just like the Head XR-1.
Mack!
 

Joal

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This turned out to be a worth while mini road trip. Tops are in nice shape, bases need some work. Original mounts but would need a remount if I want to ski them. In that case I may put a nice set of black N77.

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I want to be you Joal. :D
 
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We're probably about the same age.

Grumpy but with an awesome ski collection -- YES!
 

pchewn

Making fresh tracks
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I had some Dura Fiber XR2's --- I'd totally forgot about them until I saw this post. Thanks for the memories!
 

4ster

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For a season I owned & skied on a pair of 180cm Dura-flappers, until a mentor knocked some sense into me. Gotta admit that the short skis allowed me to learn how to manage tight trees & fall-line moguls.

They had green highlights/stripes, anyone have a picture of those?
Weren't they manufactured in Carson City, NV?
 

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