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This set of ski equipment, was produced by Heinrich Hammer, in Germany, during the 1930's. These antique skis in painted wood, come with Kandahar and Geze bindings with antique wood ski poles. The ski poles have the top in rubber with leather loops, bottom basket with metal tip and leather straps. With the original stamps from the manufacture. In original and good vintage condition.
The history of Heinrich Hammer's company starts with Bad Mergentheim in 1900. In 1910 The company starts production of hay carts and toboggans as well as tennis rackets and skis carved from solid wood and shaped under steam. After World War II, the Erbach-based manufacturer becomes the leading German ski producer under the "erbacher" brand through its important innovations. Heidi Biebl wins the gold medal for downhill at Squaw Valley (USA) using "erbacher Grand Prix". Numerous top racers like Vogler and Heckelmiller ski to victory with erbacher skis. The company builds the world's first synthetic ski and was the second company in the world – after Howard Head - to develop and manufacture metal skis.

Set of Ski Equipment, by Heinrich Hammer, 1930's

SKU: 714
Out of Stock
  • Original Condition

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