The Pomoca Climb 2.0 formula focuses on savings, both weight and cash. As of this writing, they are the lightest available trim-to-fit climbing skins for skis. Pomoca uses a short nap on its Safer Skin Light backing, making for an extremely lightweight and packable skin. They also shaved a few dollars off the price by skipping the S-Glide treatment. That makes this skin perfect for folks who like to step up the hill and not slide. For gliders, it depends on the grade of the climb whether the weight savings override the increase in friction. For everyone, it’s nice to have bright yellow skins and save a few dollars.
Safer Skin Light backing formula is thin yet waterproof and tear-resistant.
Ever Dry 2.0 treatment repels water, ensuring the skin starts and finishes light.
Click Lock tip system lets you swap brackets to fit different tip shapes; two included.
Kits include a skin bag and amazingly easy-to-use edge trimmer.
Simple adjustable tail clips lock into slots on a sturdy plastic strap.
weight (per skin, with plastic)
274g [120mm x 165-180]
Hi guys and gals,
The glue on these skins only lasted a few months for my husband. Any recommendations on re-glue options? Thanks!
Hi Ilana, that's strange, the Pomoca glue only seems to have issues if exposed to high temps or excess ultraviolet light. I can see you ordered the Tipon skins, is that the flavor we're talking about? Those don't use glue.
Hi! No problem with tipon, I absolutely love those. These are the climb 2.0. Never had them long enough to expose to high temps or UV. They failed on the second day out. Now just trying to salvage them with a re-glue.
I think I have the rebrand from Faction. The glue is already degraded and sticking to my bases. Is the S glide pro the next lightest. More importantly is the glue the same? I’ve never had a glue problem w pomoca. Seems like some of their recent skins have a different hybrid glue. Whatcha gat for me! Thanks guys Teague