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- 12/03/2021 at 6:45 pm #2196475Adriano Peres
Not like, handcream and face wash.
But last season on two different tours (both being long, all day type things) I lost my skins. One day was a super fine powder day and my skins got snow all over them, when I took them off to ski and threw them in my pack the snow melted and they were sopping wet, they wouldn’t stick for shit and some creative vole straps later I limped back home.
Second day was a warm spring day. Snow was wet, skins got wet, nothing stuck. I walked out several miles and had no fun. How can I care for my skins so this doesn’t keep happening? I was thinking about buying a second pair just to always have an extra dry set on hand. In my mind worth the weight… but if someone can tell me a way to prevent this all together that would be awesome
- 12/04/2021 at 12:31 am #2196553Hvin
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