On either ski if there is something you want a closeup picture or video of, just let me know..happy to post it up.
First pair up is a 186(185) Rossignol Steeze. I had these on a feeler a few weeks ago. I got way busy after my car broke down and had no time to sell. After a few offers came in I got an idea of how much i want to sell them for. I will split the bindings from the skis but only if the skis sell flat first. I won't unmount the ski until the ski sells flat. I will let you know if/when that happens.
The ski has had 1 core shot and it has been fixed. The edges are in great condition tuned sometime last year, but I rarely ski on this ski. The top sheet has a few small chips.
Have been skied about 100-150 times maybe more, but are not skied much recently, their condition is amazing for what they are. The ski is mounted for a 27.0 Dalbello Krypton boot, but as the track is adjustable it should fit anything in the 25-28.5 boot range.
After some use the binding is somewhat wobbly on the track. I understand, however, that this happens to alot Rossi/Look bindings (besides Pivot/FKS) in the full metal variety. It is not as noticeable once you are clipped in, just noticeable while you are carrying the ski. Someone else can chime in on this issue of they know more.
Looking for $320 with Bindings. - $300 for Locals
Looking for $220 for skis - $200 for Locals
Looking for $115 for bindings - $100 for Locals
Here are some pictures:
Next up is a 174 Rossignol S6(Steeze). This ski has not been skied on as much as the 186 that I am selling, but to be honest it is not quite in the same good condition either. There was a giant core shot in this ski near the end of last season. I cleaned it out really well, but most of the base was still hanging from the ski. As an experiment I used p-tex and folded the base back over into its scratch. The core shot was only about 5mm wide but close to 25cm long. There are a few little spots that could use some touch up work and I can touch them up before I ship the ski, but I can't guarantee that the job I did is going to hold, as I have not had a ski with that much base from a core shot still hanging from the ski before, as I said, the repair was experimental, but if it doesn't hold it will be an easy fix. The core shot never went through the fiberglass.
Top sheet has a few more chips, as you can see, than the 186, but is still in really great condition. The bindings are the Px 12 Jib binding. Very colorful to match the ski ;). These were my little brothers skis, so they haven't really been used by anyone over 140lbs. He has now outgrown them.
I really don't want to split the skis from the bindings on this one, but will consider doing so if the right offer comes in.
Looking for $240 with bindings on this one /OBO - $220 for Locals.