“Skins on” or “Skiing to skinning” Skimo Transition - Manual for Ski Mountaineering Racing


by Michael Hagen February 01, 2016

This most time consuming skimo racing transition can still be done in less than 40 seconds, if you are willing to practice!

Video provides 2 sets of instructions for 2 different ways of putting skins on your skins, and also shows 2 ways of getting out of your bindings during the “skiing to skinning” transition.

This video is part of a bigger project called “Manual for Ski Mountaineering Racing” produced by SkinTrack.com - http://www.skintrack.com/skimo-racing...

Big thank you goes to three great companies with passion for skimo racing:
Cripple Creek Backcountry - http://www.cripplecreekbc.com/
Skimo.co - http://skimo.co/
Hagan Skis USA - http://www.haganskimountaineering.com/


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