Contour Hybrid Pure 135 Skin

Contour Hybrid Pure 135 Skin
Contour Hybrid Pure 135 Skin
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Hybrid Pure 135 Skin by Contour
Contour's hybrid adhesive technology and a pure mohair construction join forces to give you top performance on longer tours in the backcountry. The twin layer adhesive sticks firmly to skis even in low temperatures, yet the skins won't put up a fight when you're taking them off during transitions.

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