Skins have been around since people started to ski, more or less, but the Fischer ProFoil Ranger Climbing Skins are shaking up the game. Instead of the classic furry design, the ProFoil mimics the waxless fishscale pattern found on certain Nordic skis, which means you can enjoy the same grip along with 20% more glide, which'll make every approach and ascent that much easier. The ProFoil's synthetic construction also won't absorb any water or be affected by cold, so you'll never have to deal with soggy, heavy, and frozen skins again.
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