Guardian 16 size small, fits boots from 260mm to 320mm BSL
I used these heavily for two winters. They're scratched up but still function fine. I have way too much gear, and these aren't going to get used anymore. Comes with all the screws and hardware to mount them.
I've pictured the front pivot pin from one of the bindings. The nut that holds the pin in place is round, they're known to just spin, and be a major cunt to get off. I used a dremel to make a small notch to remove it. Use some loctite when you remount them and it should be fine. The other binding is fine, no notch. As I said, they're pretty used, but will work fine for day tours or side country missions and ripping around the resort.
Volkl Kendo 177 - $120 shipped
Fun all mountain ski. I bought them as ex-demos. Used them for a few days last season, then blew out an edge. They were mounted with demo bindings and sth2. still room for one more mount. I've pictured the edge repair.. which was professionally done. As good as thats going to get. Tops are all scratched up, demo skis. bases aside from the repair are in good shape. Does not come with the bindings.
I have plenty of good feedback on here, and described the skis and bindings as best I could. Any questions just ask.
**This thread was edited on Nov 27th 2014 at 6:28:26pm
MitchThatcherhow did you get your edge fixed? Interested as I have a pair of skis with that problem. What'd it cost?
I had a friend do it, he worked as a shop tech for years. Not sure how much it would cost you… just make sure they know what they're doing. if you look closely at the pictures you can see how he angled the edges when he cut them so its less likely to pull out. then add some fancy super expensive epoxy. base grind to finish.