All Things Hope Ski Bindings

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I'll say before someone else does - "hope they work". :ogcool:
 

Uncle-A

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They look like a Tyrolia from the 1960's maybe some knock off binding or make-up for a big retailer.
 

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Noticed them on ebay and one bidder got them. Don't know if it was RickyG but I think the whole ski deserves a bit of exposure. Deck ski for a chain store?

fischer bump buster 1.jpg


fischer bump buster 3.jpg
 

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The first shop I worked was an authorized Fisher dealer and that was the 1971 - 1972 ski season. Never saw a Fisher Bump Buster model. We sold both Look and Tyrolia bindings no Hope bindings ever.
 

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Hope were Japanese, I think that they were a licensee for Marker for a while.
 

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What do you do, step in and Hope they release when needed?
 

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Hope 360 on a pair of head 360. It’s the second mount so just a coincidence or the owner wanted his bindings and skis to match.
The heel does look like a Marker step in heel. The two metal parts that would be under the boot heel look like they are the same as on a Marker.
 

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