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Pomoca Climb Pro Glide Climbing Skins

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    Be ready with grip and glide.

    The Pomoca Climb Pro Glide Climbing Skins give backcountry skiers the best of both gliding and gripping capabilities. This magical skin does so with the silky glide of mohair and the durable grip of nylon, which gives you optimal preparedness and safe hiking in the backcountry. These skins resist tangling and twisting, dry quickly, and cling with dynamic tenacity. Glide technology reduces friction on each fiber so even super-cold virgin snow doesn't stick and slow it down, while Ever Dry resists weight-adding moisture to stay ultralight and superfast. The Back Fix attachment features light, simple strap at the tip and strong, snazzy, easily adjustable tail strap with plastic hook.

    • Mohair and nylon
    • Razor-thin, 3-layer Safer Skin
    • Glide technology
    • Ever Dry
    • Back Fix
    • Item #POM0006

    Tech Specs

    70% mohair, 30% nylon
    Tip Attachment
    Tail Attachment
    tail clip and strap
    Bag Included
    Recommended Use
    touring, backcountry skiing

    Tech Specs

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      Grip and glide well for the weight. Have tried other brands mohair mix and haven't had great luck in the grip department. A little fragile if you like to skin over talus. Recommend adding some bd gold label to the tips and tails to increase glue hold after a couple laps.

      moment underworld

        Cant say much about touring yet, but setup was a breeze on the moment underworlds. maybe 10 minutes. comes with a total of four tip hooks. probably a good idea to keep the extras in your pack just in case but it looks like a bomber system for now. Tail hooks are plastic, so it will be interesting when you kick turn your tail into a rock under the snow, or if your generally hard on your gear. side note, they are the same color as the sidewalls to this years moment underworld. lots of baby blue going on.

        Not sure it gets better

        • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

        I've got the Climb Pro Glides from the 2013/2014 season.

        First, these skins are great. I am not sure the glide/grip combo can be beat. My skis are 115mm under foot and I don't need skin savers to get the skins apart. To me that is a huge plus not having to deal with skin savers in the backcountry. They are also holding up great (over 50 days, lots of different conditions - warm, cold, wet). If they get snow on the glue you can brush it off with the bare hand and they still stick fine. They still deal with steep climbing probably better than anyone I've climbed with who has different skins, and these babies have some miles on them. Oh, they do indeed dry well.

        Second, their customer service has been amazing. Like many others, my wire tips finally failed (despite taping). I was lucky to be in Switzerland at the time (or unlucky to have my skin fail on a ski trip), but still. I wrote them and got an email response within an hour (10pm local on a Sunday) of asking about repair. That's unreal, especially in Switzerland. I was able to swing by the factory the next morning and they replaced the tips with the new (non-wire) system for me in five minutes. They also replaced the previous plastic rivets in the tails with new, smaller, metal ones (since I had lost one of the plastic ones). They were super friendly and accommodating (threw in a tube of glue). I don't think you can beat that service...

        As a general note: the aren't producing the wire system anymore (for obvious reasons). And they are willing to replace or send replacement parts to anyone with the wire system. The replacement is the new clip lock system, which actually hold on my tips even better.

        One thing: skin savers are not necessary during use, but recommended to save the glue for storage.

        Bottom line: these skins are worth it. Like magic.


        (Obligatory mention of SCIENCE, so you know it's good)


        • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

        These skins are amazing. I rented AT gear for a few years and always struggled with terrible skins. So maybe that's a bad comparison. But now that I have my own kit, these skins are one of my favorite pieces. And when I ski with friends, I'm always gliding faster and climbing stronger. Slush, ice, dry pow, packed out track, from 10* - 65* F... I think I've used them in about every imaginable condition. In warm and wet conditions they do get a bit waterlogged and slippery (what doesn't?) but a bit of wax solves that. The tips mine came with (over a year ago) were this solid metal loop. After bashing them a few times they got bent and caused the skin to twist on my ski. So I replaced them with a Black Diamond cable loop and am super happy. Looks like they come with a flexible loop now though. The tail clip isn't super secure on my twin tips, but it's never caused a problem. I can keep skinning perfectly with it undone and just put it back on when convenient. They were super easy to trim with the tool and assemble. Back to buy my dad a pair for his b-day so he can keep up.


        Lightweight and Durable

        • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

        I really dig these skins. They're super lightweight, and fold up easily.

        The attachments are super bomber, but I wrapped a little tape around the wire and haven't had any issues since.

        They climb excellently, and after a season of buchwacking and touring almost daily, they're still in great shape.

        Sidenote, the skin cutter/ trimmer from Pamoca is the best thing going! Makes fitting them to your skis a snap.

        good, durable skin

        • Familiarity:I've used it several times

        I don't do a lot of touring, but these skins have held up well over 2 seasons (10-12 tours). They still look good and the glue is still holding strong. I put them on a pair of BD Kilowatt skis. They're my first skins so I'm not sure how they compare to other brands but I am happy with them and will buy again when new skins are finally needed.

        good, durable skin
        Unanswered Question

        Two questions for you: 1) Does this skin come with the tip and tail clips assembled already on them? If so, how are they attached? Are they riveted or sewed? I am asking to determine the ability of re-centering them for a splitboard. 2) what is the S,M,L,XL lengths in detail, I cannot find this.

        Do you think you'll be getting more sizes in soon? I would need a 120 long I think for my 130-95-125 by 177 cm skis

        I have just been given a pair of K2 sidestash 182 139-108-127 and I am keen to buy skins for them I have done a little bit of touring before on rented skis, 1-2 hours max so not too experienced on different skins types . I have considered K2 skins but I am told that other makes may be better. Any advice please

        Best Answer

        Giorgio so the K2 Side Stash specific skin would be great as its meant for that ski and has the appropriate notches, makes them fit great. They are nylon/mohair mix though. This means the mohair provides some extra glide but, you lose some friction on the uphill, really meant for a more experienced person touring. If your new to touring the straight nylon would be the way to go as it maximizes the friction so you dont get frustrated by slipping excessively if your skinning form is not perfect. If you went with a nylon/mohair mix, you would be happier in the long run as the extra glide is worth it but, realize you would have to spend some time getting your form down and not putting weight over or on your toes.

        If you wanted to go straight nylon route, G3 Alpinist skins are an awesome option, its what I have been using for years.

        If you want to go Nylon/Mohair route get the in the 181cm as they have the attachments already on there and are specific for that ski. You would just cut down the width.

        i am replacing skins for my dynastar cham 97- 178 skiis.
        ive used the old pomoca mohair/nylon mix from several years ago (i robbed them off my dynafit manaslu - so they were the pomoca/dynafit branded skin) -it had a really nice fast glide and good grip too.
        which current pomoca skin is equivalent?
        -do you guys bring in hte dynastar fitted/cut pomocas for the cham 97 (apparently rosi/dynastar usa does not!)?

        what size should I get for my black crow camox freebirds that are 177 long and 128, 97,119....??

        Hey Terry,

        You need the Large size (176-187 cm) for your Black Crows and if you do not want to trim the skins, go with the 100 mm width. If you want to have better stick when climbing, go with the 120 mm and trim them.

        Feel free to shoot me any more questions about these Pomoca or other climbing skins. And give my best to Baldy! I used to live in Ketchum.


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