The G3 Climbing Skin Wax is a rub on wax for application in the field in warm and variable snow conditions to repel water and prevent icing/clumping. Make it smooth with G3 Climbing Skin Wax. Ships from Calgary.
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The Spark R&D Flat Splitboard Pucks have channel-like stance adjustability for splitboards built with inserts. This breakthrough in design has riders beyond stoked and has made Spark R&D Flat Splitboard Pucks their most popular splitboard accessory. The Spark R&D Flat Splitboard Pucks are ideal for riders with channel binding inserts on their splitboard.
Weight: 1.19oz/pr (289g)
- Aluminum Disks: Oversize aluminum center disk overlaps binding channels for maximum strength and rigidity.
+/- 1/4 inch (6.5mm) of toe/heel adjustment in .5 inch (1.3mm) increments.
+/- 3 angle adjustments in 3 increments.
- Stance width adjustments in .17 inch (4.2mm) increments.
- Superior Materials: Bindings slide on soft nylon for effortless installation.
Compatible with all splitboards using the industry standard splitboard insert pattern. For use with all puck compatible splitboard bindings (with the exception of the K2 Kwicker)
Not Compatible with channel style splitboards or DIY splitboards (without the industry standard splitboard insert pattern).
Please note: Spark Puck screws are not compatible with Spark Canted Pucks.
The Spark R&D Backcountry Kit includes everything you need to keep a pow day from being cut short. The Spark R&D Backcountry Kit is what you need in your pack, things happen, be prepared.
Weight: 5.86oz/ea (166g)
In the Kit
2x M6x16mm Heel Loop Screws
1x M6x12mm W's XS/S Heel Loop Screw
2x M6x1mm Touring Bracket Screws
1x Pillow Line Strap Ankle Adjuster Screw
1x Fabric Strap Ankle Adjuster Screw
1x Pillow Line Strap Toe Adjuster Screw
1x Fabric Strap Toe Adjuster Screw
1x Ankle Buckle Screw
1x Toe Buckle Screw
2x Ankle Strap Screws
2x Ankle Strap T-nuts
2x Ankle Strap Washers
1x Toe Ladder
1x Toe Adjuster
1x Ankle Ladder
1x Ankle Adjuster
1x Ankle Buckle
1x Toe Buckle
1x Snap Block
Confessions Of A Ski Bum - Icefields Parkway Guide Book is a modern backcountry ski guide for the roadside areas found along The Icefields Parkway in Banff National Park. Confessions Of A Ski Bum Guide Book includes detailed descriptions, directions, terrain photos and maps for skiing everything from chill yoyo laps to committing, no fall, lines.
This 256 page, 8.5 by 5.5 guidebook includes 151 colour pictures, 30 topo maps, 27 ski zones with 119 runs/routes leading to many hundreds of ski descents to keep even the keenest skier busy for many seasons.
Four guest writers help include the most gnarly lines found along this section of The Icefields Parkway including Grand Daddy Couloir, Gutentight Couloir and Funnel Of Death.
- Hector South Ridge
- Hector South Peak
- Mount Hector Roadside
- Hector Pass
- Noseeum Creek
- Mosquito Creek
- Helen Creek
- Helen Shoulder
- Crystal Ridge
- Cirque Forepeak
- Observation Sub Peak
- Observation Peak
- Waputik Peak
- The Pulpit Knobs
- Bow Peak Roadside
- Crowfoot Pass
- Bow Lakeside
- Ferris Glacier
- Wapta Icefield
- Mount Jimmy Jr
- Bow Summit and six Day Traverses.
Marcus Baranow has dedicated the last decade of his life exploring, documenting and writing about the backcountry skiing found in and around Banff National Park. His previous books covered the area found along The Great Divide between Citadel Pass and Egypt Lake. He spends 100-150 days a year skiing in the Canadian Rockies and his blog Confessions Of A Ski Bum is regarded as a go to source for current conditions by many local skiers and guides. He currently lives in Lake Louise Alberta, found just minutes away from The Icefields Parkway.
The four guest writers for this book include:
- Kevin Hjertaas, ACMG Ski Guide, ex-pro skier and Rockies big line legend.
- Matt Ruta, former member of the Alberta Ski Cross Team and current big line pioneer.
- Kieran Crimeen, photographer and holder of the (in)famous @shittymountaineer IG account.
- Robb Schnell, mountaineer with many hundreds of peaks under his belt, including all 58 Canadian Rockies 11,000 footers.
The MSR DynaLock Explore Backcountry Poles offer 3-section packability and the reliable strength of full aluminum construction, making it a versatile pole for snowshoers and mountaineers tackling everything from local hikes to distant expeditions. The pole's dual DynaLock mechanisms offer a full range of length adjustment, along with the confidence of tool-free tensioning which allows the clamping force to be adjusted on the fly. With both powder and trekking baskets, MSR DynaLock Explore Backcountry Poles are primed for all-mountain, all-season exploration. Ships from Calgary.
- Strong: Light, high-strength 7075 aluminum lower sections for increased durability.
- Secure Adjustment: Easy, rock-solid DynaLock adjustability with tool-free tensioning; anodized aluminum lever provides lasting durability.
- Comfortable: Extended EVA foam grip for comfort while sidehilling or choking up on steep terrain.
- Versatile: Winter and summer baskets included for four-season functionality.
|Length (min)||100 cm|
|Length (max)||140 cm|
|Collapsed Length||62.2 cm|