Fulfilling the needs of demanding tours, the Voile Splitboard Skin with Tail Clip makes climbing easier with its bomber attachment, comprised of an adjustable aluminum tail clip mated to a reliable urethane strap (the same that's used in Voile's signature Strap). The stainless steel tip loop is attached to an anodized aluminum plate for nearly indestructible quality, even when you botch kickturns or smack hidden objects underneath the snow. The hydrophobic nylon skins lend ample grip for skinning up steep slopes while maintaining smooth glide for moving across rolling terrain. Since they're hydrophobic, the skins won't soak up excess moisture, which is especially important in springtime conditions. Voile's high quality adhesive ensures reliability in extreme conditions, even after seasons of continuous use. Voile Skins fit the left and right halves straight from the box, with an included trim tool and nylon storage bag.
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