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Now , Skiing Historians ...

I found this pair of skis last weekend .
$15.

The Tyrolia 2000 are from 1969/1970 ... but the skis had cable bindings before ... and they are older ...

As I said before , my photos are always horrible but you can see what this is all about . If you want more , I will take more and better .

Now , who knows something about the VOGG ???
The VOGG MEISTER ??

175 CM ... and in excellent condition

I am waiting for your lights on that matter !!!
 

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Now , Skiing Historians ...

I found this pair of skis last weekend .
$15.

The Tyrolia 2000 are from 1969/1970 ... but the skis had cable bindings before ... and they are older ...

As I said before , my photos are always horrible but you can see what this is all about . If you want more , I will take more and better .

Now , who knows something about the VOGG ???
The VOGG MEISTER ??

175 CM ... and in excellent condition

I am waiting for your lights on that matter !!!
This will take some research! I did add it to our retro / vintage ski glossary.

@Bill Talbot @Philpug @Joal @Royal Any input on Vogg?
 

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Vogg was a ski sold by one of the larger retail chains of the 60's; Sears, Penny's, Wards they all had one (the ski from Sears was actually a Fisher). Don't remember which one right now but might remember about 3 AM some morning. One dim little brain cell back there is telling me they were Japanese.
 
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The pants they were advertising in Ski mag. 1970 were from Japan so they had contacts over there .
The original bindings were French is I believe an ad for a pair of VOGG where the owner was saying what was written on them ... no brand name bur an acronym about export from France in the '50 .
Interesting mystery , isn't it ??
 
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