Backcountry Climbing Skin

Backcountry Climbing Skin
Backcountry Climbing Skin
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Climbing Skin by Backcountry
Don't let crappy skins interfere with your backcountry stoke. To help you reach the summit with minimal effort and maximum fired-up-ness, Backcountry. com is offering a exclusive print version of G3's Alpinist skin. It features self-aligning stainless steel tip connectors and a self-camming tail clip to make getting your skins on and keeping them there a quick process. They're made with a glue that grips no matter the temperature, so you won't have to worry about sliding down the skintrack during freezing-cold dawn patrols. They say beauty is only skin deep, and as usual, they're right--in this case, even more right than they know, because instead of G3's usual pattern, these fast-gliding nylon skins feature your favorite bearded buddy, previously found only on helmets, water bottles, cars, and computers. Get in tune with his sure-footed vibes and conquer any skintrack in style, knowing that you have a partner who's evolved to dominate steep and snowy terrain.Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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SKU: BCC005I
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