Skimo Co

G3 Coiled Ski Leashes


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Have a tendency to lose your skis under multiple feet of powder? Don't like the risk of dropping a ski down a 50-degree couloir that brakes are no match for? It could be time for ski leashes. Simple and straightforward, the G3 Leash is a coiled cable with a carabiner-style clip. Attach one side to your bindings and the other to your boots to ensure you will head home skis-in-hand. Included in the kit are two leashes and two cable circles for attaching to your boots. Sold in pairs weighing 16 grams (0.6 ounces) each.

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Questions & Reviews

Question from D J CLARKE
How long are these when coiled and uncoiled please. I have Scarpa F1LT boots so they need to reach the ankle from the binding as there is a place to attach them there nowhere before . Thank you
Answer from Patrick C

Unfortunately, we do not have these in stock at the moment, but more are on the way! If you email us at we can let you know the dimensions when they show up!
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Question from Nancy Dorais
Hi. So the G3 coiled ski leash will work with the G3 tele bindings and fit through small hole in binding?
Answer from Will M
Hey Nancy,

Great questions! These leashes will work with any binding that has a small hole that you can fit the leashes through. They'll attach just fine with a girth-hitch.
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Question from Steve Phipps
Do these leashes include the metal ring that attaches to the toe of the G3 using the existing screw, so the leash can be secured to the G3 Ion 12 binding?
Answer from Teddy Young
Hey Steve, yes they do include that ring to be the binding’s leash attachment point!
Answer from John G
Are these the small rings included in the package? I have a Zed 12. Are these metal rings necessary, or can I loop through the hole in the front lever? Pic attached.
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Question from Shayne Jaquith
Are these leashes compatible with TARGA tele bindings?

Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Shayne! Not sure if they are specifically compatible or not, but I can't think of a reason why they wouldn't be. Just girth hitching the leash to the binding and then clipping it to your boot should do the trick.
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