Join Us In Supporting Texans In Need—Donate At Checkout
Home Page

Detail Images

Current Color

Black Diamond Glidelite Mohair Mix Climbing Skins

Temporarily Out Of Stock

Don't get too bummed. This item is on the way and will be available for purchase as soon as it rolls into the warehouse.

Can't wait? Consider one of the other Climbing Skins we have in stock.

View Similar Products

Glidelite Mohair Mix Climbing Skins

In Black Diamond's collection of climbing skins, the Glidlite Mohair Mix Climbing Skin is the best choice for longer backcountry tours where packing space and weight are critical. They are lighter and more packable than most skins, and the tip and tail adjust to fit securely overtime. Black Diamond built the skin out of a mohair blend to give it an excellent balance of glide and grip.
  • Backcountry skins designed for extended ski tours
  • Mohair blend balances between gliding and gripping
  • 20% more packable and lighter than previous Black Diamond skins
  • Adjustable tip and tail attachments ensure a secure fit
  • Item #BLDZ9AM

65% mohair, 35% nylon
Tip Attachment
Tail Attachment
pre-fixed, adjustable
157-168, 163-174, 169-180, 175-186, 181-192cm
Claimed Weight
[157-168cm] 630g, [163-174cm] 652g, [169-180cm] 674g, [175-186cm] 695g, [181-192cm] 717g
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Size information

I returned this product before using it
Runs small

I ordered the 175-186 size for a 182 ski. This length is much too short for a 182. A significant portion of the tail is left uncovered and the attachment strap is almost maxed out for the clip on the tail. Just a heads up to probably buy long for your ski size. I returned this order and will wait to see how the size looks next time.


Hi, What is the width of the tip connector piece?


I have Fischer Rangers 102 177 136-102-126. What size do I need?


What width are these?

Hi Erec, These are 133 mm wide. Let me know if I can help set up an order at Thanks, Mike