Silvretta 500s. Size large



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Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

Lite use silvretta 500 bindings

Comes with free hagan carbon skis and skins if ya want them.

$300 firm

Mike Hazard · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 90

What size boots do they fit? Need them for a pair of 43.5 Nepal Cubes.

Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

Will post pics tomorrow as internets are too slow.

Skis:
178

69 underfoot
95.5 shoveI think 33m radius

Carbon hagen

As for size, 315-370 mm length boots. I used w/ nepals, just dandy. Side 45 & 46. Had plenty of room to make em shorter.

Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0
Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

Will split shipping cost.

Mike Hazard · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 90

I was looking for something much wider, unfortunately.

Marcus Russi · · New Haven, CT · Joined Jul 2014 · Points: 10

PM'd

Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

Will ship for free. Price is firm at $300. Includes skis, skins, bindings, and leashes.

Mike Hazard · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 90

Interested in selling just the bindings at all?

Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

I am giving the skis and skins away with the bindings! :-)

Its a solid set up for the NE. The skis float better than half way decent because they aren't too short and turn nicely because they are skinny & have a 22M radius. I know everyone thinks they want fat skis - but skinning/skiing in mountaineering boots, especially something you will want to climb ice in, will quickly make you want skinny lite carbon skis.

Mike Hazard · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 90

I wouldn't exactly call it "giving away" the skis for $300. Silvrettas might not be made anymore but they aren't worth $300 even brand new. From what I've seen around for sale recently more like $150, maybe $200. I'd still prefer skis that are shorter and wider, personally.

Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

I looked on ebay and that is where I came up with price. I paid $350 for this set up about 2 years ago. Figured around $50 for shipping nets me $250 for a set up that worked damn nice for me. But if price is really the issue for you, let me know and I will just give them to you. Pay for shipping.

I noticed lots of other Silveretta bindings on here sold for a little shy of what I am asking and was never able to get my paws on a pair for much less.

Mike Hazard · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 90

Fair enough, I just won't use them enough to justify the $300. Were you using them for ice climbing approaches?

Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

I was & had so much fun / enjoyed that I started to take them out just to get in some cardio - which is what lead me to buy a new set up. I also relocated where the approaches just got a whole lot longer - so a modern / dynafit carbon set up had to be had anyway as I am pretty sure it would be criminal to neglect all the opportunities. The approach ski way is so much more fun than putting in a bunch of post holes and way more fun / easy than slow shoes.

If you are thinking of going this direction, Nepal Cubes are not stiff when compared to plastics or ski boots. I could not imagine using my ice boots with a fatter ski and always thought it made sense to keep ski weight as little as possible for when they were on my pack and not my feet. My 2 cents / experience at least. These are also a size large - I noted in an earlier comment you mentioned 43.5; unfortunately, these will not fit your boots.

Eric Christensen · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2015 · Points: 0

Did these sell yet?

Jeremy Stoshick · · Troy, MT · Joined Feb 2010 · Points: 0

Sold. Thanks for the interest everyone. 

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