K2 Wayback/Talkback Climbing Skins

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit K2's Wayback/Talkback Climbing Skins page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Made with a Mohair blend engineered for both traction and glide, the K2 Wayback or Talkback 96 Climbing Skins are an essential add-on to your favorite skis when exploring the backcountry. Pre-cut skins to precisely fit WayBack 96 and TalkBack 96 Backside skis. Skin Type: Pre-Cut. Colors: Green. Sizes Offered: 163, 170, 177, 184

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

There's a lot of backcountry to explore, so rather than wasting time, just slap on the pre-cut K2 Wayback/Talkback 88 Skins and hit the track. The mohair and nylon blend offers the ideal combination of glide, grip, and durability, while the self-centering Z-clip tip attachment and adjustable tail strap make sure your skins will stay secure when you're punching it up the ridge or switchbacking until your legs feel like they're going to fall off.

- Backcountry.com

With the WAYBACK / TALKBACK 96 Precut Ski Skin, K2's Mohair blend is a composite with 70% natural Mohair and 30% nylon fibers. This creates their best gliding skin with the durability required to last multiple seasons. Precision-cut skins are ready to tour right out of the box.

- Mountain Gear

Lean, mean, green climbing machines. High quality climbing skins are pre-shaped to fit the Wayback or Talkback K2 Adventure line skis. The attachment system integrates with the tip holes and tail notch of these skis, and the result is a quick on-off design that is unmatched for positive retention. No more putting up with a skin tip getting kicked off the ski tip!

- OMCgear

K2 Wayback/Talkback Climbing Skins

previously retailed for:
$113.97 - $189.95

The K2 Wayback/Talkback Climbing Skins is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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