Black Diamond UltraLite Mix STS Climbing Skin

Black Diamond UltraLite Mix STS Climbing Skin
Black Diamond UltraLite Mix STS Climbing Skin
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UltraLite Mix STS Climbing Skin by Black Diamond
Black Diamond's UltraLite Mix STS Climbing Skin is an excellent addition to the minimalist ski mountaineer's setup. Now 20% lighter, this skin's combination of mohair and nylon offers balanced performance between glide and grip, and the Dynex and aluminum tip is easily replaceable, even when you're in the backcountry.

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SKU: BLD00NW
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