G3 Alpinist Plus Speed Skin

G3 Alpinist Plus Speed Skin
G3 Alpinist Plus Speed Skin
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Alpinist Plus Speed Skin by G3
As the lightest skin in G3's Alpinist Plus line, the Speed Skin offers reliable traction and a smooth glide without weighing you down. The mohair material makes every forward stride feel effortless, yet provides enough grip to keep you moving quickly up steep skin tracks, and even though the Speed is designed with cold, dry conditions in mind, an improved waterproofing ensures the skin won't soak through and ice up on you. Thanks to G3's refined adhesive, you can really rely on the skin sticking to your ski, even after your tenth lap of the day. The self-aligning tip attachment easily fits on any ski tip shape, and prevents snow from working its way under the skin and compromising the adhesive. A camming tail clip helps keep the skin securely in place, while the elongated, adjustable tail strap means you can easily rip your skins when you reach the summit.

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