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G3 Coiled Ski Leash - Pair


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    Ski Leash - Coiled

    It's nice that G3's lightweight alpine touring bindings have reliably burly release values, but without brakes, your backcountry skis can disappear in powdery falls, or careen down an icy couloir without you. G3's Coiled Ski Leash makes sure you can find your skis after accidents like these. Plus, its coiled construction keeps the leash above skis on the uphill and the down.
    • Coiled ski leash connect any boot to G3's ski bindings
    • Coiled construction keeps the leash atop your skis
    • Coated wire loops connect boots without adding a scratch
    • Item #GGG003W

    Tech Specs

    G3 ski bindings
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited 1 year

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    Well done

      I needed a leash for my Dynafit Speedfit binding and went with these for their simple design and convenient coil. They come with hardware to mount with G3 bindings but I will not need it for the Dynafits


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      First let me note, this is a pair! It comes with 2 leashes. Very durable clip that is going to stand the test of time when your dragging across the mountain tops. I love that they are short enough that when you don't want to use them you can clip them into themselves and they stay out of your way and don't drag. For those worried about having them clipped when skiing, remember when you're taking your skis on and off in the middle of a couloir you're going to want a safety measure to make sure your ski doesn't tip over and fly down when you are trying to step in your bindings.