Backcountry Access Lexan Crystal Card

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The Backcountry Access Lexan Crystal Card has all the snow safety/avalanche info available on an easy to read lexan card.

- CampSaver.com

We all love slashing freshies in the backcountry, and the Backcountry Access Lexan Crystal Card helps you study the snow so you can continue shredding for many seasons to come. One and three millimeter grids and snow grain classifications help you analyze snow crystal types and sizes to gain information about snow stability, while a slope angle map tool helps you calculate the slope steepness on a topographic map.

- Altrec Outlet

We all love getting fresh tracks, but it's also essential to know what you're skiing, so study the snow with the help of the Backcountry Access Lexan Crystal Card. One and three millimeter grids and snow grain classifications help you analyze snow crystal types and sizes to gain information about snow stability, while a slope angle map tool helps you calculate the slope steepness on a topographic map. This handy card also easily slides into your pocket or pack, and when working in warmer temps it's easier to work with.

- Backcountry.com

The lexan crystal card provides a surface to analyze/classify snow grain and also has a slope index, which allows you to determine slope angles from a topographical map. Ideal for sunnier climates, the lexan crystal card does not absorb as much the aluminum crystal card, which allows you to study snow crystals longer and more accurately. Dimensions: 6 x 4 in (15 x 10 cm) 1, 2, and 3 mm grids Protective clear coat Crystal and snowpit 'cheat sheets' Weight: 1.4 oz (40 g) Lexan material does not conduct heat, which keeps the crystals from melting

- OMCgear