Black Diamond Ascension ClipFix

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Black Diamond Ascension Nylon ClipFix Skins have long been the standard in backcountry skins. Now they have a reversible tip loop system so they will fit on an even wider variety of tips. The tried-and-true ClipFix tail attachment remains the fastest and most secure available. BD Ascension also gave the ClipFix their Gold Label Adhesive, so your skins stay on when youre climbing and come off cleanly when its time to drop in.


For those skiers who have fine-honed their skiing kit, Black Diamond designed the Ascension Nylon ClipFix skins. Your skins will stay in place thanks to stainless steel camming buckles and streamlined tip loops while the Orange Plush skin tread provides you with the maximum uphill advantage.

- Mountain Gear

New and improved for 2005, BD's most robust system for those who climb often. Durable and easy to use with a tip loop and camming device at the tail. Black Diamond's improvements for 2005 include: fortification of an already legendary glue, refined fiber length for a balanced glide/climb ratio, and an additional hydrophobic treatment to prevent water retention. Attaches easily with durable, nonadjustable, stainless-steel tip and tail hardware. Includes easy-to-follow instructions and a simple cutting tool for customizing to the length and width/sidecut of your skis. Full-width, synthetic backing strips (Cheat Sheets) provide easy separation in the field and protect adhesive over long-term storage. Length: 205 centimeters. Width: 60 millimeters.


Black Diamond Ascension ClipFix


The Ascension ClipFix has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$110.47 - $169.95

The Black Diamond Ascension ClipFix is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 3, 2013 at

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