Great job spotting the "lurking" Rosemounts. Those are a pair of the Fastback model with the adjustable forward lean mechanism in the back. Also had the injected "Red Stuff," Rosemount's attempt at injection molding.
I am hoping that the combo will work out. I greatly fear the shells on the Astral Slaloms will crack if I apply any significant pressure to them (which I will have to do to get the Javelins to perform, especially at lower speeds.
You are correct about the need do adjust the bindings. I will have to tinker with the wings on the toes to center the boot and will have to lower the wings. And, I may also have to do adjustments on the heels.
But all of that will come after trying to see if I can actually get them glued back together.
If, after all of that, they again delaminate, they will live out their lives as "eye candy" somewhere where I can look at them regularly.
The ski, boot, and binding combination looks like a mismatch time wise. The ski and bindings are clearly from the mid 60's and based on the mounting of the Look II toe and the Nevada heel with the large AFD pad they do not look they are mounted for that boot. Aside from the toe wings being too high if my memory severs me a small plastic heel block would mount on the heel of the boot that matched up to the roller on the Nevada heel is missing. The Nordica Astros SL AKA Nordic Banana Boot is a product of the 70's and the earlier ones are foam injected and the later ones are flo fill so in the photo you do not see the injection tube in the back of the boot so they must be a later flo fill model that may be as much as ten years later than the ski and binding. Has this boot been skied with these skies and bindings? It does not look like they match up mounting wise.