Black Diamond Glidelite Mix Custom STS 125mm Climbing Skin

Black Diamond Glidelite Mix Custom STS 125mm Climbing Skin
Black Diamond Glidelite Mix Custom STS 125mm Climbing Skin
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Glidelite Mix Custom STS 125mm Climbing Skin by Black Diamond
The Black Diamond Glidelite Mix Custom STS 125mm Climbing Skin is designed for your longest ski tours, offering lightweight packability and reliable traction. A blend of nylon and mohair easily glides on the snow for optimized efficiency with each stride and also offers a trustworthy grip on steep sections. To make trimming easy, these skins come in pre-cut lengths and a standard 125 millimeter width. Black Diamond's new Snap Fit Tip is also included, easily clamping to the skins without the need for tools, and its STS tail provides up to 10 centimeters of adjustability to securely fit your ski.

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SKU: BLD00UF
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