La Sportiva Maximo LS Climbing Skins

La Sportiva Maximo LS Climbing Skins
La Sportiva Maximo LS Climbing Skins
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Maximo LS Climbing Skins by La Sportiva
The Maximo LS Climbing Skins are just as light and reliable as the rando ski La Sportiva shaped them for. These high-performance skins feature a mohair nylon blend for smooth gliding, gripped traction, and long-lasting durability. La Sportiva added a four-layer lamination process to resist icing and reduce glopping. The standard clip and tail offer universal compatibility in case you want to use the skins for future skis.

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SKU: LSP00BO
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