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GlideLite Mohair Mix Kicker Skins

$79.95

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The GlideLite Mohair Mix Kicker is our ultralight half skin that offer impressive touring traction for the minimalist.
Item# BD163712000065_1
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For long, flat approaches on frozen lakes, forest roads or open trails, the Black Diamond Mohair Mix Kicker Skins offer surprising traction and a third the weight of a full mohair mix skin. These ultralight half-skins feature a camlock buckle and nylon strap attachment and are built with a combination of mohair and nylon for the perfect balance of grip and glide.

  • Mix of 65% mohair and 35% nylon with updated BD Icon print.
  • Supple and packable in a durable nylon ripstop bag
  • Nearly 1/3 the weight of full-length mohair mix skins
  • Clean camlock buckle and nylon strap secure the skin underfoot
  • Available in 15 mm width increments from 50 to 80 mm

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Weight Per Pair :   [65 mm] 205 g (7.2 oz)

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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kicker Skins arrived in unworkable condition I bought the 95mm Glidelite mohair mix kicker skins for use w/ AT ski/Dynafit setup for low angle ski touring. The skins didn't work since the metal piece wasn't flush with the bottom of the ski- snow kept getting underneath the skin- a major inconvenience on a long ski tour. I would not recommend purchasing unless you make sure BD has solved this problem or you want to put a curve in the piece yourself. March 24, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by A very useful product, but designed incorrectly. Wide kicker skins like these can be used to climb virtually any slope, as long as you're not trying to follow someone else's steep skin track. They are easier to carry and to use than full skins. But, the steel front cap is not bent sufficiently to form a good seal from snow on the front of the skin and a plug of snow will form right on the front. Bend it more, or even junk the cap and straps, use a thin plastic cap and let the glue hold the skin to the ski. March 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for nordic backcountry climbing Put these on my nordic bc skis for ease of climbing up a sustained climb. I love them!! They fit my skis perfectly, just had to trim the length. I used them to climb singletrack; they held perfectly and I just marched up the mountain, whereas before I was slipping, even with the fish scales. I highly recommend these! March 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Skins work very well on moderate slopes, easy to use and carry I see that one user had the rivets pull out that attach the buckle to the skin. My wife and I have not had that problem with ours. We recommend the use of a cheat sheet with them, Otherwise when its 5 degrees F. or below and the sticky sides of the skins are stuck to one another then It is very hard to pull them apart from one another. Other wise they have worked well for us. perhaps it was cold and that's why the rivets pulled out with the other guy. Or maybe they were just a bad pair. February 9, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Serious flaw in design I bought the 50mm to use for skinning South of Teton Pass (mostly flat). The skins adhered very well to my skis (86cm underfoot) and offered good kick and glide ratio. The skin's flaw is in a weak place where the skin fabric is connected to the buckle in the front. The very first time I pulled the skin from the the skis, it tore off completely from the buckle. Clearly, the two rivets that hold it on are not enough or the fabric is too weak relative to the adhesive. The shop where I bought them gave me a full refund, but I must say am disappointed with the design flaw. January 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great value and versatility These skins offer great value and fit on any length of ski and a variety of widths. They are 75% as effective as full length skins at half the weight. They pack into a package the size of a small grapefruit. December 26, 2013
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