Volkl VTA 98 Tapered Glue Climbing Skins

Volkl VTA 98 Tapered Glue Climbing Skins
Volkl VTA 98 Tapered Glue Climbing Skins
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VTA 98 Tapered Glue Climbing Skins by Volkl
You make quite the mess anytime you cut climbing skins to fit your backcountry skis. It takes months to vacuum all the mohair fibers, and somehow Fido got glue on his fur. You relied on Volkl to shape your VTA 98 Ski. Why wouldn't you want them to do the same

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SKU: VKL006E
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