Dynafit Speedskin Nanga Parbat

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Free Shipping. Dynafit Speed Touring Speedskin Nanga Parbat Skin The SPECS Length: 171 cm, 179 cm

- Moosejaw

Lazer cut to fit the Nanga Parbat ski, Dynafit Speedskins feature a tri-layer construction with a waterproof membrane in the middle of the skin to ensure your glue stays dry and your skin stays on. The grip and glide material combines a blend of mohair and synthetic materials that allows the skin to wick away water and provide the best balance of grip and glide. Elastic rubber tip attachments make stripping skins simple to help you keep transitions quick and easy while metal tail attachments ensure skins stay on in all conditions.

- Mountain Gear

If you have the Dynafit Nanga Parbat skis, then the Nanga Parbat Speedskin is a no-brainer, and not just because it's made specifically for those skis. This skin will stand up to seasons of touring. Its three-layer Formula Pomoca material consists of a special middle membrane that prevents the skins from absorbing water, thereby improving the skin's seal overtime. While fur covers the upper layer and resists tearing, the bottom layer's material supports the skin in such a way that it prevents wrinkling and wear. The Klick clamp system consists of two lightweight rubber clamps that you can easily replace. Dynafit added an anti-slick treatment for less snow buildup, a Speed Glide finish for excellent gliding, and a Snow Leopard Grip for great abrasion resistance while you climb.

- Backcountry.com

Dynafit Speedskin Nanga Parbat

previously retailed for:
$143.96 - $179.95

The Dynafit Speedskin Nanga Parbat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 3, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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