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Solid Ash Ski3293 views70-60-63 at 200cm length, fitted with a leather binding based on a traditional Norwegian design. These where built to the customers specifications.

All of the solid wood skis I build are first roughly shaped, steam bent, finished, then oiled with waterlox (a type of danish oil)
Oct 05, 2009
Hard Maple3847 viewsAnother pair of Hard Maple skis that where sold with a 3 pin binding. Oct 05, 2009
Birch Skis3693 viewsMy first pair of solid wooden skis - they where made out of Birch which was a common wood traditionally for solid wood skis, as was Ash and Hickory.

They are fitted with a leather binding that is based on a traditional Norwegian design.
Oct 05, 2009
Hard Maple Profile3217 viewsA pair of solid hard maple skis. These skis where sold with a classic 3 pin binding.Oct 05, 2009
Sealing the top3500 viewsThe shiny spots are packing tape to seal up the screw holes and the crack between the tip tool and the camber tool surfaces.Sep 28, 2009
End view3916 viewsThe end of the tool showing the way the tip tool finger joins to the camber/bottom tool.Sep 28, 2009
The whole tool4479 viewsThe tool with the reverse camber tips installed. That's a mono ski base and edges sitting on top. I coat the surface of the tool with glass for a tougher surface and a better seal for the vacuum.Sep 28, 2009
The tool4556 views A picture showing all of the parts that go with this tool. The center boards are 100, 135, 150 cm. (shown with the 100cm center board installed). Two tip tools are at the end of the center boards for regular skis. The board leaning up on the back of the table is going to be covered with glass and cut into sections 10cm-40cm to get more adjustablility in the tool for more ski/snowboard lengths.Sep 28, 2009
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