Arbor Angusta Splitboard Climbing Skins

Arbor Angusta Splitboard Climbing Skins
Arbor Angusta Splitboard Climbing Skins
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Angusta Splitboard Climbing Skins by Arbor
Arbor's newest addition to their backcountry line, the Angusta Skins work solely with the Iguchi Pro, Coda, and Swoon splitboards, and use a 70/30 mohair and nylon blend that optimizes uphill grip while maintaining downhill glide for top-tier touring performance. They're trim-to-fit, so one size fits all, and they come with an included case that neatly stores them at the end of your day.

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SKU: ARB00G6
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