Ok, got to clear out the stuff I'm not going to use this season.
First off have a pair of Rossi Scratch BC 182 skis with PX12TI bindings mounted on the modern line for 314BSL. Skis were used for three trips out west, probably 20-30 days on them. These were not my park ski, so no bad edge damage and bases are also in good condition with no major gouges or damage (covered in storage wax now as you can see in pic). Top sheet shows some chipping but in good shape. Bindings are in excellent condition as you can see in the pics, din 3.5-12, Titanium PX version so they are light.
Next up are a pair of Scratch BC 176 skis. Hardly skied at all, less than one week by a buddies dad. Only one mount for 12.0 Frees. I would say they are 9.5/10. Bases, top sheet, edges all excellent as you would expect by a ski that never left a groomer and only saw 5 days of action.
Here are a pair of Look Pivot (FKS) bindings, din 3-10. Pretty much the lightest binding I've ever held. Lighter than griffons if I had to bet. Used for one season but grew out of them, very nice binding in good shape. The plastic part that goes under the toe of the boot is missing as you can see in the pics on the far binding. Used for half the season and this didn't affect performance at all. However, any ski shop should be able to replace that toe glide slider for a few bucks as these toes are common between Pivots, FKS, Axials and PX series bindings.
Bern Baker helmet, new, never used, green size M with brock foam so it is super comfortable.
Last up is kind of a two parter. I've got a nice pair of Rossi Axial 140 bindings that have a brake with the connection between the spring and the stomp pad missing. If you are a metal worker or good with chit, you can probably fix the brake. I skied on them for a season this way and they worked fine, the brake just doesn't always work. The other brake is perfectly fine. Bindings are otherwise in good condition. Din 5-14. I also happen to have new brakes I got from a friend who needed some wider brakes. So how about:
$65+ shipping for the bindings as is.
$80+ shipping for the bindings with the new brakes.
$15 for the old good brake and old damaged brake and I'll cover shipping.
$30 for the new brakes and I'll cover shipping.
I think all of these prices are super legit, but let me know if you think I'm off and we can discuss. I'll honor dibs, so if you are first response at full offer price I'll get'r done- no bs bidding wars. Paypal only, let me know what email to send the request to and I'll get it there.