Voile Splitboard Skin

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Voile Splitboards Splitboard Skins have long been a staple in the splitboard market and Voile's skin material boasts the best grip-to-glide ratio in the industry. The highest quality, releasable, adhesive will last for years and a durable riveted tip attachment will hold up to a lifetime of switchbacks. And Voile has made skinning even easier by adding an adjustable aluminum tail attachment and an industrial grade Voile Strap, so you can keep climbing even when things get a little sloppy. VoilA Splitboard Skins with Tail Clips are built to fit the right and left board half. Includes a trim tool and a nylon storage bag. You won't find a more bomber climbing skin anywhere else. Size: Medium. Board Size (cm): 150cm-165cm. Weight(lbs/g)/Pair: 1 lb 11oz/754g. Part Number: 1103-M. Material: Nylon with a Stainless Steel Tip Loop. Benefit/Uses: Hydrophobic nylon and tenacious glue/Covers running surface of board. Available Color(s): Orange

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

evo.com | Voile Splitboard Skins > Specifically designed for splitboards, the Voile Splitboard Climbing Skins are cut to fit the right and left splitboard half specifically. The skins fit most splitboard brand lengths and include a trim tool and storage bag, making the decision to use a splitboard easier than ever. Nylon Mohair with a Stainless Steel Tip Loop Hydrophobic Nylon and Tenacious Glue Covers Running Surface of Board 130mm Wide x 152cm length Stainless steel tip loop | Voile Splitboard Climbing Skins 2017

- evo

Breathe new life into your old skins with the Voile Splitboard Skins Tail Clip Kit. When the adhesive starts to lose stickiness, tail clips keep your skins firmly in place on the skin up.

- Backcountry.com

Breathe life into your splitboard skins with the Voil+ 1/4 Splitboard Skins Tail Clip Kit. This kit include a bomber riveted tail attachment, a durable urethane Voil+ 1/4 Strap and aluminum tail clip. Now you can keep climbing when things get a little sloppy.

- Mountain Gear

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