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Are old style skis worth anything? Does anyone still use them?

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I have two sets of quality Rossy skiis (plus bindings, boots, poles) from about 15 years ago -- the long skinny kind.   One set is 198 cm long  and the other is 188 cm long.  I would like to either sell them or donate them to someone, since they are in very good condition.  Does anyone still use these?

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Sure.  They're still used to make fences and furniture.

 

http://www.recycledskis.com/

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Sure.  They're still used to make fences and furniture.



 



http://www.recycledskis.com/


 






funny stuff there....


It depends what the skis are. There is some collector/user interest on some of the high end skis.

What model Rossi's do you have there?
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I have two sets of quality Rossy skiis (plus bindings, boots, poles) from about 15 years ago -- the long skinny kind.   One set is 198 cm long  and the other is 188 cm long.  I would like to either sell them or donate them to someone, since they are in very good condition.  Does anyone still use these?

DIBS on bindings (if they are FKS's)

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If there is an adaptive ski school near you they sometimes use old skis to make outriggers (tip and forebody on the end of a pole or short Canadian crutch) and other gear. 

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