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C'mon, dude, don't leave your skis flapping around and rubbing edges; strap them together with the easy-peasy Backcounty Ski Strap. This strong and flexible Backcountry.com strap is way easier to use than duct tape with its gluey mess and fat, heavy roll. Plus, you don't have to bite a piece off and get that nasty stuff in your mouth. Simple pull tight, and the buckle will sink right into one of those neat little holes. Voila: saved edges, secure A-frame for your hike.

  • Flexible, tough synthetic
  • Perforated with easy-pull hook closure
  • Longer sizes: 15in, 16in, 20in, 25in

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5 5

Works Great

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Works great for holding your skis together and many other uses.

5 5

Strap one on

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These things are great. Super versatile. I use them for my skis. Use them to strap junk to the rack on my bike. Have a ton of uses. Always nice to have a couple around. The black color is real classy. Have yet to have one break.

4 5

Strappy?not crappy.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My standard ski straps wouldn't fit my Volkl Katanas, but these do the trick. I could definitely have gone with the shorter ones for my 113mm skis, as there is lots of extra strap. FYI, these straps just wrap around the skis; there is nothing in between your skis as there is with traditional Velcro straps.

What size will I need for a pair of 115mm Dynastar powder skis?

Best Answer Responded on

You could probably go either way! Basically you need to cover the 115mm twice (that is if you strap down at the waist), plus probably an extra 40-60mm for the sidewalls(x2)... So probably at least 350mm. If you're strapping higher up from that 115mm waist, then you can plan on using some extra strap. Bottom line, the 400mm would probably do it, but the 500mm would for sure. Also, if you ever want to use it on a wider ski, that 500mm would accommodate that, but the 400 might not. Check out Rob Nykamp's picture below of the 500mm strap on a 108mm waist ski! You can see the tail of that strap poking out on the right - lots of extra strap. Hopefully that helps!

5 5

Goat Worthy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

They do what they are meant to do. Great addition to my backcountry pack. They are great for everything from holding your crappy skins onto your board/skis to strapping your skis to a snowmobile.

Ski strap use #2438,

Ski strap use #2438,

Broke off the forward lean adjuster of my splitboard bindings.
Wrapped long strap around the heelcup until the forward angle was perfect! The ride was smooth and I hardly noticed a difference.
Goat saved the day..

5 5

So Goat.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have a bunch of these that I've used for everything from strapping skis together to attaching a paddle to my roof rack during a long road trip - I still have my paddle! I also use several for a crude ski carry attachment on my Arc'teryx Alpha FL pack. They're excellent!

So Goat.
5 5

The bee's knees

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These things last forever and have a gazillion uses. Strap your skis and poles together so you don't drop everything and/or put someone's eye out on the shuttle bus, strap gear to your pack, strap stuff to your bike, strap your skins to your skis when it's negative COLD outside and the glue fails and you're miles from the trailhead, wrap one around your ankle so your jeans don't get caught in your bike chain ring... you get the idea.

Goat strap

Goat strap

I have the 500m strap on my salmon rocker 2 108's and they are great!

5 5

GOAT IS GOOD

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought several of each length. Use them for securing skis as well as loads of other gear in all seasons. Just did a bikepack trip in sourthern Utah desert and used two long straps to attach a dry bag of gear to my handlebars and more straps to attach XL water bottle cages to fork legs and down tube for extra hydration carrying capacity. Strong, cheap, versatile

5 5

Get some!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These or Voile straps should be in everyones ski bag! That is all...

5 5

CLUTCH!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Exactly What you need without all the bells and whistles. Hold your skis high and tight!

5 5

Put a goat on it

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a great strap, cant really go wrong with this strap.
The 16 inch strap works on Fat skis. 141 under foot Liberty Genomes.

Put a goat on it
5 5

Just Like Macgyver

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

With the drop in gold prices these straps might actually be worth more than their weight in gold. But seriously do not leave home without them

5 5

Works for splitboards too

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great to hold your board together for a short bootpack, or when you don't want to/can't strap your skis or board to your pack.

5 5

Agreed!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I absolutely agree with Chris, these straps are bomb. The clasp is a plastic on these not metal like most straps, but I have not had any problems with these related to that. They offer a few sizes for different skis, but like Chris these come everywhere with me. I just bought a bunch more because they are so great. I would have to say this is a don't leave home without/essential winter gear.

5 5

Cheap Touring Essential

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these things and they go on every tour and hiking trip with me. Ski straps are duct tape without messing around with sticky crap. I use them to hold skis together, hold skins on if they freeze, piece together a tent, strap stuff to the outside of my pack, etc etc. The uses are endless. Ive previously used the straps from Voile and these are identical, just branded with an awesome goat. Buy lots, you wont regret it.

5 5

Surprise! Surprise!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Meant to hold skis together... Does just that! I use them for a few other things too, they're great at holding any items in place. Any size strap should really be able to hold almost any size skis together, just depends on how much strap you want leftover.