Kohla Vacuum Base ZERO Climbing Skin

Kohla Vacuum Base ZERO Climbing Skin
Kohla Vacuum Base ZERO Climbing Skin
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Vacuum Base ZERO Climbing Skin by Kohla
The art of touring has come a long way since the days when Stone Age hunters would attach deer hides to sticks. Now you simply let the Kohla Vacuum Base ZERO Climbing Skin stick to your bases as their namesake implies. The Cobra 90 tip loops fit most skis and make your attachment process quick and simple, while the adhesive layer provides a secure, glue-free seal that sticks to your skis but not to each other, so they're simple to pull apart for a second go around.

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SKU: KOH0009
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