Antique Northland Skis

Antique Maple Northland Skis
c. 1930s - 40s, 20th century
Wood, Metal, Leather
80"l x 3"w x 3"h
© Vintage Winter

Another wonderful set of Northland antique skis.  Rounded 1930s tips and a "ridge top" profile that was originally designed to cut dampen vibrations and therefore track through snow with more efficiency.  This pair still has the original Ski-Free bear trap binding.  Whether you are looking to add to your antique ski collection (these are true Northland brand skis) or purchase a set for your home decor, you'll be happy if you choose this pair.   

Northland Ski Manufacturing Company was founded as the C. A. Lund Company in Hastings, Minnesota by Norwegian-born Christian A. Lund back in 1911. Skis, Poles, Boots, Bindings, Toboggans, and Snowshoes were manufactured at Hastings, Minnesota, St. Paul and in Laconia, New Hampshire. By the mid 1920s and on into the 1930s, Northland was the nation’s largest producer of Winter Sporting equipment.

A Roelsprung at Lake Placid c. 1946 on Vintage Skis.
A Rosslsprung at Lake Placid c. 1946 on Vintage Skis.

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