La Sportiva Maestro LS Climbing Skins

La Sportiva Maestro LS Climbing Skins
La Sportiva Maestro LS Climbing Skins
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Maestro LS Climbing Skins by La Sportiva
La Sportiva introduced the Maestro Ski with modern innovations for fast-paced mountaineering missions, and the Maestro LS Climbing Skins complement the ski's ultralight design. La Sportiva made this skin out of mohair so you can glide across ridgelines with the same frenetic energy of Schubert's Der Erlkonig. La Sportiva made a tip attachment for the Maestro so you can rip the skins before you rip the mountain.

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SKU: LSP00BN
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