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Climb, climb, and climb some more.
With impressive climbing properties for the high-speed ski tourer, the Pomoca Climb 2.0 Climbing Skins are your go-to universal skin. The mohair blend fibers are woven thick to resist tangling, twisting, and static electricity and treated for reduced friction and improved climbing ability. Razor-thin, 3-layer Safer Skin is completely impermeable to moisture, folds easily, leaves no residue, and resists rips with its stable edges, while the Ever Dry treatment resists weight-adding moisture to stay lightweight and fast. The Back Fix attachment features a light, simple strap at the tip and an easily adjustable tail strap with plastic hook. All this makes it easy to tick off your summit list with confidence, speed, and economical power.
- Climbing skins for backcountry skiing in any terrain
- Mohair blend balances between grip and glide
- Thin, ultralight, and waterproof Safer Skin membrane
- Ever Dry and Grip resist glue glopping
- Item #POM000B
- Q & A
Tweeky flimsy plastic Euro stuff
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
First time out pulling skins off the tail clip breaks. Of course you can't buy just the clip you have to buy $35 full tail strap replacments. Skin hikes ok but if they weren't 1/2 price I wouldn't even look at them. Next time buyin BD tail straps and cutting off the originals. Should have done it in the first place but hind sight and all.
The Climb/Glide Ratio From Pomoca's Site
Wish I Had Gotten it on Sale
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
They don't collect much moisture (unless you tour in sunbaked spring snow) & they're lighter in weight than other skins in the $150 range. However, while this skin does have decent glide, especially compared to a lot of G3 & Black Diamond skins, the grip is a lot worse than the product description states. I've honestly never had a pair of touring skins slip backwards as frequently as these, & I've toured dozens of times each winter/spring since 2010. The tail clip also slides down the side of the tail kinda easily while you're skinning up- something I've never had an issue with before. So like my title says, I stupidly paid full price for these skins & was quite irritated upon finding all this out. They do the job well but they are SO NOT WORTH $200.
do you provide cutter to tune onto the ski?