Pair of 1970’s Fischer Red Master Quick downhill skis with Tyrolia 800 bindings and Kastinger Plastik ski boots.

The Fischer Company was founded in 1924 by Josef Fischer, Sr. in northeast of Salzburg, Austria. By 1934, the company had significantly expanded it ski manufacturing, with 30 employees. Following the conclusion of World War II, Josef Fischer, Jr. became involved in the reconstruction of the company. In 1949, Fischer developed the first ski press to speed up production, which was still by hand at that time. 

By 1956, Fischer adopted its three-triangle logo. In 1964, the company completed a new factory on the outskirts of town, featuring a state-of-the-art computerized sawmill. Fischer also introduces metal skis for the first time, on which Egon Zimmerman wins the downhill at the 1964 Winter Olympics.

This pair are laminated timber encased in plastic with metal runners.

Great decorative items perfect for sports shops, Ski resorts, bars, quirky interior decoration.

Used condition including life scars and scratches and missing paint as photographed, sold including the ski boots.

78” long 3” wide.


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Vintage 1970’s Fischer Downhill Skis


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