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broken sidewall, are these skis done for?

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Swallow c-106, anyone ever heard of these. I know it's a small Japanese company, but not much else. Zippy carving skis.IMAG0027.jpgIMAG0028.jpgIMAG0029.jpgIMAG0030.jpg

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Swallow c-106, anyone ever heard of these. I know it's a small Japanese company, but not much else. Zippy carving skis.IMAG0027.jpgIMAG0028.jpgIMAG0029.jpgIMAG0030.jpg



How did you do that?!

 

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They are toast.

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Is this a joke?  That looks like it has been toast for at least 20 years now judging by the pitted edges. Even if by some miracle you were able to repair the blown edge, core shot, and file down the edges, plastic housed bindings that old would likely explode when you try to step in to them.

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I'm not sure those would even be safe as a chair. 

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Thread Starter 
Haha I hit some rocks, my local mountain doesn't get that much snow. These might not even be good looking enough for shotskis. Thanks for the insight.
Cheers.
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That's not a broken sidewall. That's a broken cap.

Sidewalls can be fixed, caps can't.
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When you get on some contemporary skis, you'll be soooooo happy that those broke.  

 

You've come to the right place if you want help finding your replacement skis.......we have aaaalllllllll kinds of idesbiggrin.gif

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