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Ski Trab Skis, Skins & Bindings

Based in the Italian resort town of Bormio, Ski Trab made its first pair of skis in 1946. Borrowing materials and techniques from the aerospace industry, the company manufactures top-end race and touring skis with an impressive combination of weight and durability. Trab's signature 14-layer Aramid honeycomb construction consistently dominates the podium at World Cup skimo events.

Ski Trab Dragon Suit - Women
There be dragons! While not long ago American female skimo racers were as rare as dragons, history is now changing into the present. And in the very near future, you will be wearing this Ski Trab Dragon Suit and racing up and down mountains like there wer..
$249.95 $149.97
Ski Trab Bormio Fleece
So, you have the Ski Trab race suit, the sub-700g race skis, the coolest race binding, and you even have the Trab branded neck buff. You're already basically a walking Ski Trab billboard when you're on the skin track, and in keeping with that theme, why n..
$109.95
Ski Trab Binding Parts
Replacement parts and accessories for Ski Trab TR-Race, Gara Titan, and TR-2 bindings. All are sold in pairs. Also see our listings for complete toes and heels. Crampon Attachments - Slide underneath the toe pieces and accept standard tech binding ski ..
From $0.45
Ski Trab Attivo Bag
The Attivo ski bag will almost surely fit your skis. Ski Trab made it adjustable for different ski sizes, so you don’t have any sad empty-sack. Using a unique set of spiral zippers, the bag can be 171, 186, or 205cm long. It has a nice shoulder strap for ..
$49.95
Ski Trab Aero Helmet
A Skimo helmet that is certified for skiing - what a concept! This is Ski Trab's second dual certified helmet, proudly and appropriately named the Aero. Ski Trab utilizes their Hollow Core Technology to cool your head with two different front air-intakes ..
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Ski Trab Aero 2 Goggles
The Ski Trab Aero 2 replaces the Maximo goggles and continues to fill a niche in the ski-eyewear market. Sunglasses don’t offer enough protection from face shots or sideways snow. Alpine goggles don’t have venting so the anti-fog treatments get overwhelme..
$94.95

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