Snow Gear: The Handiest Tool on the Mountain

All the stuff you need to make a quick repair (or open a beer) built into a tiny carabiner

clickcarabiner.com

Chillier temperatures are creeping in and skiers and snowboarders are looking forward to getting on the mountain. All they can picture is the perfect powder day and as fun as those after-storm days will be, things can go wrong—often unexpectedly. It’s always a good idea to inspect your equipment before each day out, but sometimes issues arise out of nowhere. The last thing anyone wants is to be stuck on the side of the mountain with a busted binding.

A situation where you need a quick fix is never an ideal one and it could be potentially dangerous. That’s why it’s important to carry tools in case you run into an equipment mishap, but carrying around a bulky set of tools while you’re out skiing or riding can hinder your performance and is a huge nuisance.

The makers of the Click Carabiner took care of these problems and made a lightweight, all-in-one tool specifically for snowboarding and skiing. The Click Carabiners are useful, practical and easy to carry while on the slopes. You can comfortably hook it to your belt loop, coat, or backpack and the carabiner will securely hold on to your keys. Oh, and of course, each Carabiner comes with a bottle opener. The carabiners are convenient whether you are on the slopes or not.
 
The Click Snowboarding Carabiner comes equipped with:

— #2 Phillips head screwdriver (along with 90 degree and 180 degree locking mechanism)
— #3 Phillips head screwdriver
— 3 millimeter Hex wrench
— 4 millimeter Hex wrench
— Bottle opener
— Compatible with all snowboard bindings and models

The Click Alpine Ski Carabiner comes equipped with:

— #2 Phillips head screwdriver (along with 90 degree and 180 degree locking mechanism)
— #3 Phillips head screwdriver
— One large slot screwdriver for both ski adjustments and snowboarding adjustments
— Bottle opener
— Compatible with all ski bindings and all ski models

Both carabiners have a Patent Pending “Glove On” technology, which allows riders easy access to each tool with their gloves on; because the only thing worse than an impromptu repair job is an impromptu repair job with ice cold hands.

You can order your Click Carabiner from their website. Both the Click Alpine Ski Carabiner and the Click Snowboarding Carabiner are $24.99. The company is also working on a wakeboarding carabiner.

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