Originally Posted by raytseng
Set up a search and alert, and you may be surprised. I wanted to replace a pair of discontinued raybans and found them this way.
I the bigger problem will be along the lines of the people who come here posting pictures of straight skis they've come into and asking what they're worth.
The people who know skis cant give them up or know they're junk so will toss them and not post them on ebay.
The people that don't know skis but found them somewhere will think they're big money and post it as barely used, original priced at 350 yours for 325.
And they are always 3 years old.
Back to the OP, boots have come a long, long way. Skis have come a long way too, and the old boots were designed for the more backseat style that straight skis dictated.
The broken buckle is one of the least concerns skiing a boot that old. The suspect plastic leading to catastrophic failure is #1, the completely packed/worn out liner is #2. For what you can pay for another used set on Ebay, I would consider putting that money into a better investment- a modern pair of boots from a good bootfitter.