(hover to zoom, click to enlarge)

Pomoca Mohair Skins

Brand: Pomoca
Model: Climb Pro
Shipping: FREE*
Availability: In Stock
Price: From $189.95
    - or add to package
* Skin Size:
   - OR -   

Also known as the Pomoca Climb Pro, these 100% mohair skins give you natural glide. However unlike untreated mohair that can get waterlogged, the Pomocas feature an EverDry treatment that helps prevent glomming and a waterproof membrane to keep moisture off your glue. Think of it as modern mohair. Also modern is the ready2Climb attachment set with a replaceable tip buckle (two sizes included, more available) and adjustable tail clip.

  • Safer Skin moisture barrier keeps snow melt from wrecking the stickiness of the glue.
  • Tip buckle can be swapped within a range of 66mm to 105mm, fitting most skis out there.
  • Back Fix adjustable tail straps let you control the tension before or after you put on your skins.
  • Standard Pomoca Ever Dry anti-glopping treatment covers the length of the skin.
  • Comes with a $20 cutter that perfectly exposes 2mm of edge in one go.
by andrew d (downright abused product)
I've been using these for all my "big" skis and they have been great. The glide is comparable to other full mohair skins, they are durable, and climb well. I have about 40 days on a pair that have been used in every condition imaginable, including skinning rocks and ice, and they show no signs of appreciable wear. My only pseudo complaint is that the glue isn't great but I have yet to have a skin failure so maybe that's in my head. Anyway, it's nothing a little extra gold label couldn't solve. I'll definitely buy them again.
Comment on this review:

Question from Steve Sauve
Would these skins be a decent choice for general backcountry skiing or more geared toward racing? And, advice on best ice axe length. Again, general backcountry skiing, mostly needed for protection on steep boot packs. 6'1" tall. Thanks, Steve
Answer from jbo
Hi Steve, these are trim-to-fit touring skins with proper tip and tail clips (race skins are typically skinny, parallel, and only have tip bungees). These are faster than nylon skins, with a touch less grip and durability. I'm the same height as you and prefer 50" ice axes since they plunge deep enough and fit on a pack better.
Answer this question:

Write a Review Ask a Question Post a Comment

Your name: (or )

Your e-mail:

Overall rating:
1 star 5 stars

Your review:

What is 1 + 6?

Your website (optional):

Earn store credit by writing reviews. Learn more.
© 2016 Skimo Co
View Full Screen Version