|Recommended Use:||backcountry, touring, telemark skiing, AT skiing|
|Weight:||50mm 13.6 oz, 60mm 15.8 oz, 70mm 18 oz, 80mm 20.2 oz, 90mm 22.4 oz, 100mm 24.5 oz, 110mm 26.7 oz, 120mm 28.9 oz, 130mm 31.2 oz|
|G3 Genuine Guide Gear Expedition Skins 2nd||$74.97 - $114.97|
Never got to use these skins because the toe loops were to small for my skis. Granted I was trying to use them with my Surface New Lifes (151 - 122 -151 mm) so I wasn't that surprised just disappointed. Ended up exchanging them for the G3 Alpinist climbing skins. Haven't yet received those though so can't say too much about them either.
P.S. the only reason I rated these with 4 stars is because they seem to have received pretty solid feedback from everyone else.
These are very reasonably priced and take care of business. Occasionally I get some minor back slide on a steep section of the skin track, but in general I have not had any other problems with them. The cutting tool is great and easy to use. I have them set up for a pair of Line SFB's. See GURU photo above. I would def recommend them. I like the loop instead of clips on the front like the other G3's.
I bought these skins for my Tua Crossrides in a 110 mm width. I trimmed them as per the video and used them a couple of times before the season ended. They grip well and I've had no reservations about recommending them.
this is my second pair. Nice to have some with fresh glue! climb great. went with straight skin, no trimming.
My biggest complaint with this skin setup is that the holes in the rubber tail pieces rip after extended use. Some other G3 models have riveted tail pieces which makes it easy to replace the rubber piece but with this setup you cannot replace it and are stuck with a worthless skin (unless you just want to secure it without a tail clip like old school skins).