G3 Alpinist Climbing Skins


Brand: G3

What do you think about G3 Alpinist Climbing Skins?
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Vattendroppe
03/01/2019 (Modified: 03/01/2019)
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Strenghts:
Super-easy, perfect as the first step-bumps! Durable and requires minimal maintenance, and the synthetic hides I tested with the best sliding. The tool that comes with is really easy to use, but personally I think it removes a little too much of the skin (I have solved it by gluing on streaks of milk carton along the surface of the skin tool that should lie against the ski).

Weaknesses:
They are quite heavy and bulky, and even synthetic hides with good glide I think only get "approved" on the sliding front. The front brackets are laminated into the skin and cannot be reused.

Summary:
An excellent choice as the first step-up because it is difficult to make mistakes, they often find you at a fairly reasonable price and it is a step-by-step you can always rely on. For those who ride a lot there are better alternatives. If you want to improve the sliding on your also, it is excellent to wrap them with a little hot tub, be sure to have the iron on very low temp only!



frankbolsoy
28/12/2018 (Modified: 01/01/2019)
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Strenghts:
Durable, good on the ski, takes you up.

Weaknesses:
Not found any

Summary:
Have been using my skins for a few years. About 20 trips a year and they have not disappointed me.
Never got snow between skid and stighud which I heard about that you can have problems with.
Never renewed the adhesive and it sticks like new still.
Easy to get in and out of the bag when you are out on the mountain.
Simply have positive things about these shorts.



anjo0463
20/12/2017
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Strenghts:
Stighudar with a good fortune, is in the second season of mine and still the same performance without any action. The biggest advantage of these compared to others I compared to is slipped perform. We've all been on a 50/50 tour if you're going to dodge or slide. With these you never need to skin off, you'll go banned with those in the piste if you'd like it.

Weaknesses:
Frans eases from the steel edges, reserves me for personal handling errors when it's a bit quick to touch them and they get a little skewed.

Summary:
+ Good durability
+ Good glide
- Fringes from the steel edges if you do not cut them exactly or put them on exactly