BSMP’S GO-TO SPLITBOARD CLIMBING SKIN
BSMP nylon splitboard skins equipped with super-efficient and adjustable Spark R&D tail clips and wire tip clips. This package is simplicity, reliability, and efficiency defined.
ABOUT THE SPLITTY SPLITBOARD SKINS
If you want an efficient, no BS product that will work for you every time, look no further. The Splitties are here.
BSMP Splitty Splitboard Skins utilise a super quick and efficient tail connector from Spark R&D which is adjustable up to about 8cm. The wire tip clip is simple, easy, and is a universal splitboard fit. BSMP bombproof plush provides the grip and durability people have come to expect from nylon with surprising gliding performance thanks to soft, supple, low-angle fibres. As always, we’ve used our best-in-the-business self-renewing climbing skin glue which works no matter the conditions.
- 150mm x 180cm nylon climbing skin in Blue/Green Pineapple Graphic
- Quick-Snap Tail Connector
- Universal Wire Tip Connector
- BSMP Skin Wax
- Trim Tool & Instructions
- BSMP Pineapple sticker. Post’em up, spread the word.
A strong sheet of mesh which can be used between your folded skins for ease of pulling apart.
Note: Cheat Sheets are not meant to protect your glue. Store the skins glue-to-glue and they’ll last longer.
Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain:
Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain, by Bruce Tremper, is the #1 BSMP-recommended book for Avalanche Education. Comprehensive, insightful, and an entertaining read, it’s tough to beat this resource for avalanche self-education.
From the publisher:
The more you know about snow stability, the better your travel and rescue skills. And the sharper your decision making, the better you’ll be able to avoid avalanche danger and have more fun in the winter backcountry. In Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain, 3rd Edition, acclaimed snow and avalanche expert Bruce Tremper provides easy-to-understand avalanche safety tips and skills, including the latest snow research and techniques for evaluating snowpack, as well how to rescue companions in the event of an avalanche.