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When your climbing skins are starting to lose their stick, clean the old stuff off and replace it with the Black Diamond Glue Renew Transfer. In a few easy steps, you'll bring your old skins back to life so you don't have to spend your hard-earned cash on another pair.

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gluten for punishment.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These transfer really nice with an Iron and a heat gun! just watch some U-Tube videos. I used a heat gun and a drywall spatula and 95% of the glue came off like warm butter. It's definitely messy so be mind full of where you take on this task. Took me about 3 hours start to finish.

Make your skins stupid sticky again.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Remember the days when you could barely get the skins off your skis at the top of the peak because they we SO ridiculously sticky? And remember when your skin base would touch another part of the skin base? It was hopeless.. you and your buddy each had to take an end of the skin and pull like your life depended on it... All of this glory can be yours again!!! Also, your skins will stay on the bottom of your skis again! So thats pretty nice...

If you're into sweat equity...

    Let me preface this with some quick words of wisdom. Follow the instructions.

    I got these to revive some old Ascension skins, (the old purple ones) that are about 65 mm wide. Thinking I was being intelligent and cheap, I bought the 130mm glue, cut one of them in half, and then used the two halves to revive my skins. This was a terrible idea.

    Assuming there is NO glue on your skins, (or you are cool with the idea of slowly lifting the old residue off with ironed on paper bags and Goo Gone) and you place the properly sized, precut glue renew sheet directly on and follow the instructions, this would go swimmingly.

    Please, learn from my mistakes- follow the instructions.

    It should be noted that after nights of dreadfully cutting these, removing residue and then adhering new surface, my skins worked just fine. Grippy, flexible and reliable. What I will say though, is that, unless you are dedicated to those skins, and know you will be using them for years to come, I may question putting too much work in, if they are bound to be obsolete by the next season with the new fancy skis.

    I wish you the best!

    Brought my skins back to life...

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

    After abusing a pair of ascension skins for 3 years it was time to renew the glue. I chose to try the transfer sheets instead of the gold label glue, and am glad that I did. It is an easy process to apply the transfer sheet (watch this... and brought at least 3 more years of life into my skins. Great product, very nice to spend $50 on these versus $130 on new skins (and you're being environmentally friendly :)...)