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Dynafit Speedskin Precut Skins

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Why bother trimming skins when you can get Pomoca-quality Speedskins precut for Dynafit skis? The climbing skins include a patented clamp system designed to work effortlessly on non-race model (i.e. other than Dy.N.A. and PDG) skis. Designed to be ripped off from the tip of the ski, the Speedskins include an easy-to-grab rubber stick that fits perfectly in Dynafit tip notches. The simple tail clips clasp securely on the flat tail notches found on all Dynafit skis.

  • Waterproof membrane separates the fur from the glue, preventing moisture from compromising the stickiness.
  • Speed Glide finish is applied to the 70% mohair fur to reduce friction and consequently leg burn.
  • Snow Leopard Grip comes from a combination of special materials that climb well and are abrasion resistant.
  • Anti-stick compound is applied to the bottoms to prevent hateful glomming.
  • Cut to match the Blacklight, Speed, Carbonio, Speedfit, SL 80, etc skis.

Update 2019/20: Dynafit added pre-cut skin options for the Carbonio 76 and Speed 76 skis. Also, some of the models now have colored rubber tips.

Update 2020/21: New models match the Blacklight series including the 74, 80, and 88. See the Pin Skins for the Blacklight Pro.

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Questions & Reviews

11/14/2020
Question from Erin
 
Wondering if there is a difference between Beast 98 Speedskins with an orange tip toggle vs black-- different production year? Any idea if the actual skin is a different model?
Thank you!
11/14/2020
Answer from Will
 
Hey Erin,

Great question! The difference should just be the color. Orange is a bit more fun & matches the ski!

Thanks.
11/14/2020
Answer from Erin H
 
Thanks, Will! I have a pair of Climb Pro Glides and just got a set of Speedskins w/the orange tab, and they do not feel nearly as slick as the Glides, though I thought they were the same. Am I mistaken, are they different?
11/14/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Erin, the Speedskins do not have the same treatment as the S-Glides, so they may feel a bit different out of the box. After break-in, it gets harder to tell the difference.
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6/1/2020
Question from Sandro F
 
Hi, I have a pair of Dynafit Baltoro (176cm), could you recommend me some compatible pre cut skins?

Thanks in advance,
6/2/2020
Answer from Cole P
 
Hey Sandro, since these skins are pre-cut for specific skis none of these options will work without modification. I do have a few suggestions, first would be a trim to fit option like the Pomoca Pro S glide, here which would require only a trim. Second would be to purchase the Dynafit Speed 90 precut skin in 184cm and purchase a tailhook set here, cut off the tails and attach the tailhook set at the correct length, and trim the width. The third option is to build out a custom skin and I would recommend the Pomoca Climb Pro S-Glide Skins here sold per cm, a Pomoca race tip here and a Contour tailhook set here. You will need to assemble the custom build and with the second and third option you will also need a trim tool here. Good luck and if you need anything else email us at help@skimo.co.
6/3/2020
Answer from Sandro F
 
Thanks a lot Cole for your complete answer :) Will check all of your recommendations.

Regards,
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2/26/2020
Question from Jack
 
Hi there! I have a pair of 186/114 Dynafit Huascarans and I am looking to replace the skins with a new set. What size would you recommend here? I don't see any that are 186 in length, unless I am mistaken.

Thanks!
2/26/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Jack, unfortunately the Huascaran is now an outdated model in Dyna-world, so we're no longer able to order precuts for that ski in particular. If you like a wide, lightweight skin with traditional tip and tail fixations, the Pomoca Free Pro 2.0 would be an awesome choice, or hit us up at help@skimo.co if you'd like to build a custom set of skins!
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2/7/2020
Question from Jesse
 
Hey!

So, if I’m building a skin for the Hagan ultras 76, 177s. What length should I get? Is it 177 x 2 +10 like I read somewhere else here?

Also what parts for tip and tale would your recommend? Does the Dynafit notch similar enough to Hagans? What about the tale?!?

Thanks! I haven’t done this before!

Best, Jesse
2/7/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Jesse, shoot us a note at help@skimo.co and we will get you all squared away with the tips, tales, stories, epics, and fables!
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2/1/2020
Question from Jesse
 
Hi,

I’m looking for preferably all mohair skins for Hagans Ultra 76, 177s. What are the options? And/or how would your recommend revitalizing the glue of Hagans skins?

Thanks!

Best, Jesse
2/2/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Jesse, unfortunately we are no longer carrying Hagan mohair pre-cuts in that length, but you could always build your own from our rolls of plush and skin parts. For revitalizing glue, you can always touch up using a little bit of the classic, ultra-tacky Black Diamond Gold Label glue.
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12/4/2019
Question from Brook Yeomans
 
Hey Jason,
It’s been a long time, but it’s Brook up in Jackson. Say I’m still really enjoying those cho oyu’s you sent me after my tragedy on Moran. Mostly lots of skimo at snow king. I’ve worn out the speed skins pretty well. Do you have something around that would fit. I love the tip and tail system. I have the 174 length. Hope you are well,
Brook
12/6/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Brook, I will have to ask about that story. You can use the Speed 90 skin, but it is 176cm and your ski is 174. There isn't an adjustment for length on these so you would have to take off the tail and re rivet. Or we have the tip and tail and you could custom make a skin.
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10/27/2019
Question from Paul S
 
I have Dynafit Dhaulagiri 183 cm skis. What do you recommend I get for climbing skins?
10/28/2019
Answer from TSB
 
Hi Paul, the Dhaulagiri skin is unfortunately no longer in production, so I'd recommend you go with a traditional tip-and-tail attachment on your favorite skin material, or build your own skins with a tip-rip system if you prefer pulling from the front.
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6/29/2019
Question from Matt
 
Do you have a skin that would work for a Cho Oyu 166?
6/29/2019
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Matt, we don’t have any precuts for the Cho Oyu anymore, and the current skins are likely going to be too long or too short. We have some Kohla skin parts(rubber tips and tail hooks) that can be used to build your own version of these skins!
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3/12/2019
Question from Olivia Vihant
 
I have some manaslu 2.0 's in 174 length and 123/90/108 mm side cut. I'm looking at the Carbonio 89 skins as my only closest option. I know they're one or two mm's off, so how exact are they cut? to be right to the edge?

Any other options that may be a bit cheaper? I lonly paid 200 usd for the skis so it feels silly to pay the same for the matching skins!
3/13/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Olivia, More important for the precut skins is the length since there is no adjustment. You should be OK there. Skins are cut back 2mm on each side to not cover the edges and you do Not need every mm of base covered. Not sure how the taper on the tip and tail match the Manaslu 2.0, but it looks to be a very good match.
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2/20/2019
Question from Tom Kerner
 
Will the SL 80 158 cm skin fit and work with a pair of Speedfit 84 158 cm skis?
2/20/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Tom, yes they will fit and work!
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2/18/2019
Question from Sam
 
Hey, I have Dynafit Cho Oyu skis and I've been wanting to get skins that I can rip from the tip (for weeknight skimo races) and the price of the Huascaran skins is pretty tempting... would buying those skins and trimming and cutting off the tail be a good plan in your opinion?
2/18/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Sam, yes that is always a good option. If you want the tail hook, you need to ensure the skin is long enough and then buy a rivet-on hook. If you don't want a tail hook, just an edge trim is necessary.
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2/12/2019
Question from jason leupold
 
I have the dynafit Nanga Parbat ski in a 179cm. What skin would you recommend? I would ideally like to take advantage of the dynfit notch in the ski tip. Any thoughts on how to best accomplish this? Thanks for your help (this will be my primary skin for the GT)
2/14/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jason, lots of options! Fastest for a long race like that would be a race type (Dynafit rubber stick or bungee kit) on some 75mm Trab or 80mm Colltex race material. No tail clip necessary. For full coverage and more general touring use, you could cut down a bigger Dynafit skin and optionally reattach some tail clips. All these parts can be found in our skin parts section.
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2/9/2019
Question from Pete
 
Looking to replace the Dynafit skins for my Manaslu 178 skis. The glue is both too gummy in some places and not sticky enough in other places. These are pretty old. Do you have any stock skins that will fit? How much are custom built dynafit skins? Or should I attempt to repair the glue or do a complete re-glue? (I'd prefer to have a pro do it) Thanks!
2/9/2019
Answer from Matt P
 
I would recommend buying the Pomoca Climb Pro S-Glide and cut them to size. The trimming tool is super easy to use, even for a "newbie". We are happy to cut them if you bring the ski in. As far as the skins are concerned, they have the best glide to grip ratio and are a shop favorite. Hope this helps.
2/12/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Pete, if you want to use the Dynafit attachment mechanism, you can always buy a bigger Dynafit skin, cut off the tails, add new tail clips, and then trim the edges. Of course, a full skin build from scratch is always an option, noting it can be tricky to get the tension just right on fixed-length skins.
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2/4/2019
Question from Regina
 
I somehow lost one of my husbands skins during a garage clean this weekend. He has dynafit 173 grand teton ski’s. What’s my best route to replace this missing skin? Hopefully you still carry the skins for this model. Thank you! Regina
2/7/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Regina, Sorry, we do not have a precut skin in that model. We can make you a single skin with the same tip and tail attachment, that way you would only have to purchase one skin. Or we can make a complete pair.
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12/1/2018
Question from Chris Kopf
 
I have Dynafit PDG Skis and need replacement skins - which product do I purchase? Thanks! Chris.
12/1/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Chris! These!
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8/31/2018
Question from KP3
 
Pretty impressed with the hands on responses and knowledge here. I'm still riding the old Stoke 183s. What's my best bet as the glue is wearing thin?
8/31/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey KP3! Thanks for the feedback! Good news: there are a lot of options. If the glue is balling up or getting gross and slimy then your best bet is to strip that layer of glue off and expose a new one. You can do this by taking a sturdy paper grocery bag (not a thin one like a brown paper lunch sack though, those will tear) and ironing it on to the glue until you start to see a bit of moisture seep through. Then just peel it off and it'll "refresh" the glue by exposing a new layer. If the glue is actually coming off or it's getting thin then I'd touch it up in the bald spots with new glue or, depending on how bad it is, just reglue the whole dang thing. The Dynafit skins are made by Pomoca and the Pomoca Skin Glue can be found in here under "Adhesive Tube." You can use a credit card or something similar to evenly apply the layer of glue.
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5/1/2018
Andy (downright abused product)
 
I have these for my Manaslus, my wife's Manaslus, and my Cho Oyus. Work great gliding, climbing, traversing; attacment setup is the best around. Glue gets sticky after awhile but they reglue easily. I've renewed the waterproofing with Nikwax and will use BC glop stopper on those days. Even so, I prefer the Pomoca Climb Pro Glide and the S Glides will probably be the next skins I buy--they haven't been quite as ready to glop with snow and seem to climb a little better.
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4/18/2018
Question from Barbara
 
Hi
I need to replace the skins for my original Dynafit Baltoro woman's ski - length 158cm. Would these dynafit speed skins fit my skis?
Thanks
4/19/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Barbara, since your Baltoro model has been discontinued there is unfortunately no longer a Speedskin available for it. We do have the necessary parts available as well as a broad variety of material to choose from if you'd like to build your own set.
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4/12/2018
Pete (used product regularly)
 
Using them on Carbonio 88s, perfect lightweight high speed skin.

Work beautifully if used on the exact ski and length they are cut for, there's close to no adjust-ability so you truly need the exact length and model ski unless you're willing to cut the tail clips off. No buildup of snow under the nose, and no skin failure from the tail, because they have a metal loop acting as the tail clip.

Can rip skins from the nose which is always more pleasant than from the tail.
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2/11/2018
Question from Kyle
 
I have an older pair seven summits 170cm. What works?
2/12/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Kyle, Dynafit no longer makes a speedskin for that ski. I've checked our inventory and can't find another model that would be compatible. We're happy to build you some skins though! We have the Dynafit tips and a lot of materials to choose from and tail clips.
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