Black Diamond Glop Stopper Wax

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Black Diamond Glop Stopper Wax simply stops snow buildup on your Black Diamond ski skins, or any other ski skin brand. Use on skin fabric to keep waterlogged snow from sticking and weighing down your skins and breaking traction. Great for spring tours, temperature inversions and keeping your skins in plush condition. There should be a package of Glop Stopper included with all climbing skins it's so indispensable. 70 g, 2.5 oz block

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Smooth the plush, increase the glide-use Glop Stopper Wax on your skin fabric to keep waterlogged snow from sticking and weighing down your skins. A must for spring tours or temperature inversions.


An essential item for spring ski tours, Black Diamond Glop Stopper wax keeps heavy, wet snow from sticking to your climbing skins and weighing you down.


Rub Glop Stopper into the fabric of your telemark climbing skin to keep wet snow from sticking.. . . Great for springtime and coastal conditions


Despite what your buddy says about training weight, touring with snow-caked skins is no fun. If you're headed out on a warm spring tour or ski in frequent temperature inversions, Black Diamond Glop Stopper Wax is an essential part of your backcountry toolbox. Applied to your climbing skins, Glop Stopper keeps your glide smooth and free of snow build-up.


Black Diamond Glop Stopper Wax

previously retailed for:
$5.99 - $12.95

The Black Diamond Glop Stopper Wax is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 10, 2017 at Mountain Gear.

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