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Kahtoola Snow Release Skins

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Kahtoola Snow Release Skins keep snow from building up on your Kahtoola crampons. Snowballing on crampons adds lots of weight to each foot and can eliminate traction, especially in spring snow conditions and these Snow Release Skins will help keep that snow off your crampons. Made of durable, reinforced neoprene that won't crack or freeze. Only 44 grams or 1.5 ounces per set, the lightest in the industry. No tools required for installation. The Kahtoola Snow Release Skins are recommended with all Kahtoola crampon purchases, and fit both the steel and aluminum crampons. Weight: 44 g, or 1.5 oz. Material: Reinforced Neoprene. Kahtoola 1-Year Warranty

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Snowballing adds weight and can eliminate traction, especially in mushy spring conditions. Made of durable, reinforced neoprene that wont crack or freeze, the SRS is Kahtoolah's version of an anti-balling plate for crampon.

- CampSaver.com

The Kahtoola Snow Release Skins (SRS) attach to your Kahtoola KTS crampons to prevent snow buildup. Simply snap the Snow Release Skins into your KTS Aluminum or Steel Crampons and you're all setno tools required. These skins shed snow, giving you better traction, while keeping your crampons lightweight. The SRS is Kahtoola's version of an anti-balling plate for crampons, but at a fraction of the weight.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Kahtoola Snow Release Skins SPECIFICATIONS of the Snow Release Skins by Kahtoola Weight per pair: 44 grams / 1.5 oz Material: Reinforced neoprene ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw