G3 Alpinist Splitboard Skins

Manufacturer's Description

Visit G3's Alpinist Splitboard Skins page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Forget bootpacking and invest in a splitboard and the G3 Alpinist Split Board Skins. The asymmetrical tip and tail attachments with low-profile, self-aligning stainless steel hands make for a secure, lightweight connection, while the proprietary lightweight, fast-gliding, and supple synthetic plush nylon will have you leading the pack to the top.

- Backcountry.com

Features a constructed solid gray crown, a black curved bill and mesh back, 3D Colorado C embroidery with printed stripes, and an adjustable snapback.

- Bentgate.com

The G3 Alpinist Splitboard Skins are the most versatile, reliable go-anywhere climbing skins there are. The definitive splitboard skins. They offer optimal glide, traction, glue and attachments - ready for anything Mother Nature can throw at you.

- Mountain Gear

Snowboarders asked for it and we listened. G3's long history of climbing skin research and design have been applied to the new Alpinist Splitboard Skin - purpose built for backcountry snowboarders. G3's premium Splitboard Skins have been engineered from tip to tail to be the lightest, fastest gliding, most reliable and secure splitboard climbing skins available.

- CampSaver.com

Specs

Short Medium Long
Length 145-159 159-173 168-182
Width 140 140 140
Weight 590 g / 20.8 oz 640 g / 22.6 oz 670 g / 23.6 oz

Where to Buy

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MSRP:
$189.87

The G3 Alpinist Splitboard Skins is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 3, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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