lol, ur not gonna be able to fix those for a reasonable price, youd be better off buying new skis then trying to pay for all those repairs unless u do it urself. they are pretty much in urban condition.
well epoxy the tip back together, then rivit it. rivit the other tip too. as for the edges, if they're just cracked, don't worry about it, it happens.
"When you and you and you see I and I here, don't think I come here for an entertainment. I and I come to flash lightnin', earthquake, and thunder in these places of destruction and unrighteousness." -Peter Tosh
Epoxy or JB weld the shit out of it and they may hold for a while if you do it right. Don't count on it though, I'm assuming your skis are among the 99% of Lines that are noodles so no amount of fixing will permenantly repair them. But they should make some ok rock or urban skis.
They clearly Aren't Invaders as they aren't offered in a 176, my guess is they are older Skogen pro models, and just epoxy/JB weld them (Look as Ace or some other hardware store for this stuff, make sure you get something that is waterproof and flexible) and then use rivets, should work decently well.
I was thinking today, has anyone ever used caulk and rivets to seal skis that have delaminated? Cause I could see that working, it's super flexible and completely waterproof...think it would hold as well as an epoxy/glue?
JB Weld is a cold welding glue. It essentially is the most permanent superglue to ever exist. I dont know why nobody has today anyone to use it on delammed skis. It seems like it would be the ideal compound.