Nomad Pro Splitboard Skins with Quick Tension Tail Clips by Jones Snowboards
Give yourself a much-needed boost in skinning performance to access dreamy backcountry lines with the Jones Nomad Pro Splitboard Skins with Quick Tension Tail Clips. This particular version of the Nomad Pro Splitboard Skins comes with Quick Tension Tail Clips, which integrate with the notched tails found on 2016 and newer Jones Splitboards. The Quick Tension Tail Clip is redesigned for this season, sliding securely into the notched tail with its durable rubber strap and compact metal clip. For sizing, please consult the tech specs to find the pre-cut skin (sizes A - I) that corresponds with your 2016 or newer Jones Splitboard. Made with a mixture of 70% mohair and 30% synthetic nylon fibers, the Nomad Pro Skins strike the sweet spot between glide and grip when you're skinning in the backcountry for long periods of time. Both fibers are coated with an EVER DRY anti-glopping treatment that prevents frozen snow from sticking to warm skins, which is especially helpful in springtime when you're encountering a mixture of different conditions, depending on the slope aspect relative to the warm sunshine. Glide Tech maintains low-friction glide through the lifetime of the skin, meaning it won't wear out after extensive use. Another improved feature over the regular Nomad is the addition of a Rubber Safer Skin backing, which prevents the skin from absorbing water, as well as dramatically reducing the effort required to pull both skins apart. The Nomad Pro Skins come with a pair of attached Quick Tension Tail Clips, two backing sheets, a skin cutter, storage bag, and cheat sheet for making them easier to pull apart.
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