They're the 84cm line fly's with ff pro bindings (the more legit binding that line made). they're made a little shorter for kids. don't remember how much they cost back in the day but someone might drop a few hundred for them if they're in good shape. I used to rock the exact same setup except with soul plates when I was 11 or 12.
I'm not sure which those are. They made snowblades for a bunch of years. I think they stopped about 7 years ago maybe? I remember seeing them on Line's site, and I only really got into skiing in 03ish. They're honestly probably not worth much unless someone really liked oldschool snowblades. Either way it's a decent buy for a garage sale. Next winter strap them on a wreak havoc on a tiny backyard jump with them.
Those were the shit! I had them in like 5th or 6th grade when snowblades were the shit! Then I went back to real skis and realized that they were the perfect thing to use to make a snowskate with........get a 2x4 and screw the skate deck on top and the snowblade on the bottom and it's basically two of the super sick burton snowskates that were out then. Had so much fun with that thing!
Hold onto them. They're sick and no one in their right mind would pay anything worth it for you to sell them. That's why they're at a garage sale for whatever you picked them up for haha. great piece of ski history though
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