Kohla is the number one producer of climbing skins in Austria. They make precut skins for well-known brands such as Fischer, La Sportiva, Volkl, and Hagan. The company makes durable mohair and mix skins while constantly innovating with attachment systems and adhesive formulas. Also, poles!
Kohla is an innovator when it comes to climbing skins. Aside from their new Smart Glue adhesive, they make a bunch of functional attachments. Find an assortment of such Kohla parts below, all sold in pairs.
Rubber Tips – Dynafit-style rubber tips for r..
The Kohla Freeride skin is a great choice for any skier as it offers an ideal balance of glide and climbing capabilities. Utilizing a Smart Glue adhesive, these skins have a terrifically strong bond that's easy to pull apart and reliable to reapply to you..
If you're a fan of mohair skins, you've come to the right place. The Kohla Alpinist skin is 100% mohair and features the amazing Smart Glue adhesive with a strong bond and reliable reapplication to your skis. With a fluorcarbon impregnation on the plush a..
If you ski a lot, chances are that parts will break, get lost, or simply worn down. Typically, this will happen just after the warranty period expires. In any case, spare parts are great to have around. Below is our list of replacement parts for Kohla’s p..
Making your skins faster should be an easy, simple, and quick process. Kohla's Green Line Skin Wax really does all the work for you - well mostly. Just rub this wax on the plush of your skin and then go forth with speed as you skin smoothly and stick-free..
After a few months, you might notice the plush of your skin is holding onto snow and absorbing too much water for its own good, or yours for that matter. That's where the Green Line Skin Treatment spray comes in. The Kohla Green Line Skin Treatment is an ..
Kohla's Green Line Skin and Ski Base Cleaner is a must-have solution for those who make good use of their equipment. Mr. Clean would be first in line for this do-it-all magical solution. Every snowflake starts with a particle of dirt, so yeah, skins and s..
Sometimes in the backcountry we can have a love-hate relationship with snow; it's overwhelmingly fun to play in, but a drag when it clings to the two planks of wood tied to our feet. It seems pretty intuitive that as skiers, we don't want the snow to hang..
The Kohla race tips are a full-featured combo of bungees, rivets, and plastic end caps. The bungees come pre-attached to the plastic end caps. To attach to your skin material of choice, cut and fold some skin over the bungees. Punch or drill some holes an..
The Kohla Space Pack combines one of the fastest race-pack layouts with the wonder material known as Dyneema*. Strong, light, waterproof, you name it. The Space Pack carries a spritely 20-liters of gear split between a main compartment and a crampon pouch..
If you were to look up the definition of “Freeride Skiing” in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, you wouldn’t find anything, because such a definition doesn’t exist. If it did exist, however, we like to envision it being narrated in the voice of Sir David At..
Chances are that your first few seasons of ski touring were spent on some extremely grippy, yet heavy, pair of orange skins that shouldn’t be named. Hopefully, you've learned from your mistake and are ready to pick a real set of skins, like the Kohla Free..
Since the dawn of climbing skins, skier-kind have been faced with a relatively unique problem; how do you keep your skins in place? In order to get decent adhesion during brutally cold temperatures, skins have historically used a rather “sticky” adhesive...