Designed to fit Fischer's Hannibal alpine touring skis, the all-new Profoil Hannibal Climbing Skins are made from a synthetic Profoil material that is waterproof and offers 20% more glide over traditional synthetic/mohair climbing skins. The Crown pattern provides both grip and glide while eliminating the skin's ability to absorb moisture, so you aren't weighed down with heavy moisture when skinning in wet and gloppy conditions.
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