Vintage “Paris” Downhill Skis
Wood, Leather, Metal (edges and cable bindings)
78" long x 5" wide
© Vintage Winter
Paris Manufacturing Co. was founded by Henry Morton in 1861 in Paris, Maine. It was best known for making sleds and skis, but the company also made desks and other unique furnishings.
This is a great pair of Alpine skis - with the original red and black paint. They are in good to excellent condition - as they still have their complete beartrap cable bindings and the labels are beautifully intact. The skis have a few scrapes and scratches but overall are a wonderful pair for ski lodge decor.
A Roelsprung at Lake Placid c. 1946 on Vintage Skis.