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GlideLite Mix Kicker Skins

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Das GlideLite Mohair Mix Kicker ist ein ultraleichtes Halbfell mit beeindruckenden Steigeigenschaften für Minimalisten. WEITERLESEN
Artikelnummer BD163712000065_1
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Das GlideLite Mohair Mix Kicker ist ein ultraleichtes Halbfell mit beeindruckenden Steigeigenschaften für Minimalisten. Learn More

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Auf langen, flachen Zustiegen über gefrorene Seen, Forststrassen oder Wanderwege bieten die Black Diamond Mohair Mix Kicker Skins erstaunlich gute Bodenhaftung bei nur einem Drittel des Gewichts eines ganzen Fells. Diese ultraleichten Halbfelle werden mit einer Klemmschnalle und Nylonband befestigt. Gefertigt aus Mohair und Nylon besitzen sie ein ausgewogenes Verhältnis an Haftung und Gleitfähigkeit.

  • Gewebemix aus 65 % Mohair und 35 % Nylon mit neuem Print mit Black-Diamond-Symbol.
  • Weich und klein verpackbar in einer widerstandsfähigen Nylon Ripstop-Hülle.
  • Ungefähr 1/3 des Gewichts von 100% Mohairmix-Fellen.
  • Die Halbfelle werden mit einer Klemmschnalle und Nylonband befestigt.
  • Verfügbar in verschiedenen Breiten von 50 mm bis 80 mm (in 15 mm-Schritten).

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Gewicht pro Paar :   [65 mm] 205 g (7.2 oz)
GlideLite Mix Kicker Skins wurde bewertet mit 3.6 von 5 von 21.
Rated 4 von 5 von aus Work great for long flats and low angle. Work great for their intended use. I bought on pair that I did tear like another review mentions, at the buckle interface, BD sent me a new pair. There is a weakness where the rivets are, but only if you tear them off your skis sideways, like tearing a piece of tape. If you pull them along the ski top to bottom they don't tear or break. I've had the same pair for 4 years now with pretty heavy use, 10+ times a season, they have a lot of life left in them too.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2017-03-15
Rated 1 von 5 von aus 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.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2014-01-14
Rated 4 von 5 von aus Pretty Good These seem to work fairly well on not too steep slopes where you don't need full skins. Three minor concerns: 1. Got only one cheater sheet that is not the full length of the kicker skin. If it were at least the full length, I could cut it in two and fold the skin back on itself with the cheater sheet in between. I don't like to fold it on itself without the cheater as I think it shortens glue life and makes them harder to use. 2. The directions are for full skins, not the kicker skins. 3. No cutter included to trim the skin as is provided with full skins.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2015-02-15
Rated 1 von 5 von aus Unfortunate attachment to skies I tried the skin on several tours last year. The skins work pretty well at first. However, unfortunately it seems unavoidable to me with the current (2015) design, that snow gathers between the metal attachment and the skies. This creates a gap between the metal piece and the ski, that feels like a strong brake. I tried duct tape, but that doesn't hold for long in the snow.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2016-04-26
Rated 3 von 5 von aus 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.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2014-03-22
Rated 4 von 5 von aus Plate design I have used BD kicker skins for decades. The most recent pair, the metal plate was not quite curved enough which allowed snow to get forced under the plate. Had to take them on a vice an increase the bend. Now they are fine
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2015-03-11
Rated 2 von 5 von aus Several deficiencies that should be repaired in manufacturing. As a ski ranger in Yosemite, I began using kickers in 1981 so have abundant experience with various designs. These failed their first time out, the material tearing out around the rivet. Why? 1.New glue so they're harder to remove. 2. thinner i.e. lighter material, a selling point but a problem 3. rivet too close to edge of material. You use kickers because they are easy off and on. When you unbuckle the strap, the metal plate hangs down and you grab it (more later). If you pull the strap to peel the skin toward one side of the ski, the rivet may pull through. With thicker skin material, this never used to happen. A larger washer might help. Next...you must file the edges of the plate. I have cut myself thru mittens on the sharp stainless steel corners. And round the tail section while you're at it--square corners catch on things and the skin peels. Next...the plate itself is not curved enough to contact the ski--older skins had a much greater arc. It may not be a problem in Rockies powder, but in Sierra wind crust or boilerplate, the leading edge will drag noticeably, almost like having a full length skin for glide but without the climbing ability. This is ridiculous. To get the plate to contact the ski, you, the purchaser, will have to reshape it, probably by pounding on it. Having the friction is bad enough but it also pulls the strap and metal apart, stressing the already weak rivet connection. I would like to know how many of these kickers are returned. It took hundreds of uses before my first set failed--I resowed the tear and can still use them. But these failed with the very first use, so carry a backup until you're confident these will work. And BD should reshape the metal piece and back up the rivets with larger washers so they don't tear out.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2016-05-20
Rated 2 von 5 von aus Skiing on The snowy plains Used this in Australian Victorian back country and had major issues. The snow would gather between the ski and where the metal plate sits. This would effectively form a brake of snow that had to be continually cleared. Does anyone know how to solve this issue because the skins have real potential to be an excellent piece of kit.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2017-08-30
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