G3 Minimist Universal Climbing Skins

G3 Minimist Universal Climbing Skins
G3 Minimist Universal Climbing Skins
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Minimist Universal Climbing Skins by G3
G3's Minimist collection of climbing skins consists of some of the lightest, most packable skins for backcountry skiing, and the Minimist Universal Skin is the most versatile climbing skin in that collection. Its nylon material gives a greater grip for a better chance not slipping on steeper, icier surfaces, so you can rely on it whenever the snow's softer and the angle is mellower. First appearing in G3's Alpinist + skins, the carbon tip provides an uncompromisingly rigid attachment without adding much extra weight, and the camming tail strap has an adjustable strap to cinch down as the skin stretches overtime. G3 included skin savers and a trim tool to help you fit the skins to your ski's specific profile.

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SKU: GGG004T
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