Dynafit Seven Summit Speedskin

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Built to tackle all types of snow, terrain, and ability levels, the Dynafit Seven Summits Ski is a versatile, all-mountain backcountry bomber. Yeah, it can tear up the powder, crud, and iced-over crust, but it has to get there first, so it's a good thing you have the Dynafit Seven Summit Speedskin. The Speedskin gives you easy gliding and easy-to-use capabilities that cut down on the frustration of difficult-to-use skins. Careful material selection and Dynafit's Anti Stick capability allow for easy gliding, ultimate Snow Leopard Grip, and minimized snow buildup. The Speedskin's three-layer construction places a waterproof membrane between the fur and the support material, which makes for much better results than typical two-layer skin construction. The easy-to-use patented clamp system is lightweight, keeps out snow, and the rubber clamps are easy to replace, so you won't have to throw out a whole set of skins if you lose a clamp.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Dynafit Speedskin Seven Summit FEATURES of the Dynafit Speedskin Seven Summit Snow leopard grip Speed glide Anti stick Waterproof 3-Layer construction Patented click system

- Moosejaw

Introducing Dynafit's entirely reworked skin. A technical breakthrough prevents undesirable snow build-up while also providing excellent gliding and climbing qualities. A special middle membrane stops water from being absorbed and improves the skin's edge seals. The skins are tear resistant and do not wrinkle easily. The Dynafit Stretch System provides the ideal attachment between skin and ski tail.

- Mountain Gear

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previously retailed for:
$119.97 - $189.95

The Dynafit Seven Summit Speedskin is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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