Spademan Technical Manual shared by Rick Glesner

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Uncle-A

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When the shop I worked went out of business all these type of binding manuals went in the dumpster, so sad. I remember that terrible feeling working on the last day and closing the doors after 13 years of working in the same shop. I worked there for the first day Grand Opening and the last day closing the doors. It may have been the best job I ever had.
 

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When the shop I worked went out of business all these type of binding manuals went in the dumpster, so sad. I remember that terrible feeling working on the last day and closing the doors after 13 years of working in the same shop. I worked there for the first day Grand Opening and the last day closing the doors. It may have been the best job I ever had.
I had one of these manuals too but mine went in the dumpster ( along with two pairs of boxed, black SRS 3’s ) when my mom sold her house after my parents divorced. I was in grad school 3000 miles away and totally forgot I even had them until months later.
I still have two decent pairs of SRS 2’s, but I’d gladly , enthusiastically, ski on S-3’s or 4’s today without qualms.
If they had stayed in business, I’d bet many of us here would be skiing on “S-20’”s or whatever and I’d imagine those might be very good bindings indeed. Thanks @ Dave Peterson for posting this.
 
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