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James Bond’s (Roger Moore) tracking device from the opening sequence of the movie A View to a Kill (1985) is an Autophon VS 68. The Autophon is used by Bond in Siberia to track down the body of MI6 agent 003 in the snow and recover the microchip.

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In the 1969 movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service, James Bond (George Lazenby), Tracy, Blofeld and his henchmen all use Kneissl White Star RS skis. The top of the skis is white with the red Kneissl star, and the bottom is painted yellow with a black star.

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In the 1981 movie For Your Eyes Only, James Bond (Roger Moore) wears black Pierre Cardin 30/7 ski goggles.

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In the movie A View To A Kill (1985), James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a pair of white Bogner 7003 sunglasses in the opening sequence of the film where Bond recovers a microchip in Siberia.

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Bogner sportswear is worn by James Bond in several Bond films. The Bogner brand was founded by Willy Borgner Sr., and continued by his son, alpine ski racer Willy Bogner Jr. Currently the Bogner brand offers Ski and Golf clothes and accessories.

by Joseph Darlington

In Part I and Part II of 'Skiing', we explored the basic expectations of your first experience with skiing. We discussed ways to prepare for your first day on the slopes, including how to get into shape, and what clothing you should wear to keep you warm and dry. We talked about what you can expect when you arrive at the ski resort, weighed the options for choosing your equipment, and we touched on the fundamentals of skiing. Now, it's time to strap on your skis and hit the slopes. 

by Joseph Darlington

This is the first part in a series of three articles about Skiing, written by Joseph Darlington, aka Head of Section / BeingJamesBond.

by Andrew Warren

Enjoying the physical thrills of the Bond lifestyle.

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One of the few prominent product placements in the 1981 movie For Your Eyes Only are the Olin Mark VI skis, that Bond uses in a thrilling downhill winter chase in Cortina, Italy. The skis are first seen mounted on the back of the copper metallic Lotus Esprit.

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The Ski Suit worn by James Bond in the movie The World is Not Enough was made by Omega Outdoor Agencies from the UK.

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The Bombardier Ski-Doo MX Z-REV 800 snowmobile is featured prominently in wintery Icelandic action scenes of Die Another Day. According to the movie's producers, this stock Bombardier model answered the need for "a sophisticated snowmobile with a high-tech edge."

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