Backcountry x G3 Alpinist Splitboard Skin

Backcountry x G3 Alpinist Splitboard Skin
Backcountry x G3 Alpinist Splitboard Skin
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x G3 Alpinist Splitboard Skin by Backcountry
When Backcountry Gearheads aren't excitedly discussing their new favorite piece of equipment during the winter, there's a good chance you'll find them out in the actual backcountry accessing the goods. And with the Gearhead's skier-to-snowboarder ratio being just about equal, it only makes sense that Backcountry. com would team up with G3 to offer the x G3 Alpinist Splitboard Skins with the new, sleek circle goat logo. These skins are made with all the same technical features as their ski-version counterpart, like self-aligning stainless steel hand tip connectors and a twin tail clip that make getting your skins on--and keeping them there--a quick and easy process. The Backcountry Alpinist Splitboard Skins won't come unstuck from ice-cold bases, either, as they're made with a glue that grips no matter the temperature.

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SKU: BCC00AP
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