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Pomoca Climb 2.0 Skins

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The Pomoca Climb 2.0 formula focuses on savings of both the weight and cash varieties. 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, making this skin perfect for folks who like to step up the hill without sliding backward and who aren't concerned with much else. For folks concerned with glide, it depends on the grade of the climb whether the weight savings override the increase in friction. Everyone will appreciate having some bright yellow skins in their life, plus it never hurt to save a few bucks. Buy the Pomoca Climb 2.0 skins if you want to climb 2 the top of all the best backcountry runs with minimal cost and maximum grip.

  • 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 the metal brackets to fit different tip shapes.
  • Kits include a skin bag and amazingly easy-to-use edge trimmer.
  • Simple adjustable tail clips lock into slots on a sturdy elastic strap.

Update 2020/21: The Climb 2.0 skins now have redesigned Click Lock tip attachments and tail hooks that enhance durability. The skins have the same climbing prowess and amazing glue while coming packaged in a cool new zippered case.

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Questions & Reviews

4/3/2021
Neil B (downright abused product)
 
I bought these to pair with my Movement RP 85's, as the skins that come with those skis do not hold up very long when breaking trail and multiple laps. Therefore, I wanted something with tail clips to help keep them secure on the ski during such days. Glad I picked these up, they have held up during all sorta conditions and climb really well. I recommend grabbing a pair!
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3/1/2021
Question from Dan
 
Hi,
I recently got a pair of jskis hotshot skis. 189 length. Dimensions are 134-106-124. Would the 140 size XL work for these skis? Really difficult to find these skins! But looks like those are available from one vendor. Thanks!
3/2/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Dan, yes that size should work just fine for you.
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2/7/2021
Question from Sean
 
I see you have the 120mm 185-200CM Pomoca Climb 2.0 in stock. I have a 186cm Black Crows Navis Freebird Ski with 139 - 102 - 120 measurements. Do you think the 120mm skin will be too narrow at the front of the ski?
2/8/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Sean, we generally like to size skins off of the tail dimension so the 120mm should work out fairly well. You will definitely have some base showing towards the tip but it shouldn't be too much of an issue with some good skinning technique!
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2/2/2021
Question from Eric S
 
Zak, thanks. I am also curious if you think the Contours would be fine too? (You are out of the Pomocas in the size I would need). Again, the issue is the quite thick tip of the ski.
2/2/2021
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Eric,

Would you mind shooting us an email to help@skimo.co? That way we can discuss in more detail which skin would work best for you!
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1/30/2021
Question from Chris Tenerowicz
 
I have a pair of Dynafit Beast 108s - would either of the 120mm width be ok for this ski, or should I size up to a larger width? Its just on the margin!
1/30/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
120mm would work perfect for that ski! What length is it?
1/30/2021
Answer from Chris T
 
They are 181cm - thanks!
2/1/2021
Answer from Chris T
 
Would I want the 185-200 cm length?
2/1/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Chris, you should look for the 175-190 length (Large). Those kits are out for the season but we have it in the mohair and off the roll.
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1/29/2021
Question from Eric S
 
I've got a pair of QST 99 skis (Salomon). Had hoped to put G3 skins on 'em but discovered the little "hands" at the top don't fit over the relatively thick ski tip.

Will these Pomoca skins work, do you think? And/or can you recommend a different model (I do like the yellow!).

Thanks
1/29/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Eric, the Pomoca tip brackets should fit that QST no problem.
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1/19/2021
Question from FLM
 
There's a note about the 2020/21 version having an updated attachment system, but it's not clear whether the skins for sale on this page are the 2020/21 version. Are they?
1/19/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi FLM, we have a few from last season in stock, they are marked '2019/20' in the drop list.
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1/14/2021
Question from Saiyam Vora
 
What is different in the 20/21 skins vs the 19/20 skins? If they are the same ill get the cheaper ones, but if there is some significant improvment, I don't want to miss out to save just $8
1/14/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Saiyam, the main difference is the updated tip and tail attachments. Also the kits now come in a reusable zippered box.
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1/12/2021
Question from Patrick Hildebrand
 
Hi, I have Armada Tracer 98 (2019) skis. My ski dimensions are 132-98-123, and length is 180.

What skin size would you recommend?
1/12/2021
Answer from Jeff
 
Patrick, the ideal size would be 120mm x 175-190cm. Which is sold out.
Wider than necessary, but there are still a couple left here in the 140mm width.
Free Pro 2.0.
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12/29/2020
Question from Betsy
 
Hi, I have a pair of Volkl Nanuq skis, 170cm (131-96-114). What size of skin do you suggest? Do I need the 140 x 165-180cm?
12/29/2020
Answer from eric
 
Betsy- For that ski all you would need is the 120 x 165-180cm. You could do the 140mm skin but you would cut some extra material off.
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12/13/2020
Question from Amy
 
Hello! I have the atomic vantage 97C skis size 164. What size skins should I order for these skis?

Thanks!
12/13/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Amy, while we're out of stock for your size in this skin, here's another option that uses Pomoca skin material!
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12/7/2020
Question from ERICA
 
What's the best size for a pair of Blizzard skis, size 185 (skis are my husband's; he has been dying to try skins). They appear to be 135 mm near the tip, narrowing to 110 mm near the bindings.
12/7/2020
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey thanks for your question, Erica! Typically, we base the needed skin width off of the tail dimension, as having full coverage on the rockered tip doesn't equate to much other than added weight. If his ski tail measured 120mm, we would recommend getting a skin that was either 120mm or just slightly wider. For the length, get a skin that has length dimensions that match the length of the ski. For example, a 175-190cm would be perfect for a 185. Please feel free to contact us with any further questions!
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11/28/2020
Question from Francis
 
Hey,

I have a Atomic Vantage 97 C, 180cm and on the website of Pomoca they suggest me the climb 2.0 130mm x 175-190cm (L). Is the 120mm will be okay ?

Thanks,
Francis
11/28/2020
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Francis,

Great question! You should be good to go with the 120mm x 175-190cm.
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11/25/2020
Question from Logan
 
What size skin would you recommend for a Salomon QST 106 size 181? Hiking in Utah mountains intermediate user.
11/25/2020
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Logan,

Thanks for the question! I think the 140mm x 175-190cm option would work best for that ski.
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11/23/2020
Question from Kelly
 
For a Fischer Ranger W 164 length, 125-96-115 ski dimensions.
Would the 120mm or 140mm work best?
11/23/2020
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Kelly,

Great question! We base our skin width off of the tail width since that has more contact and than the tip, so 123mm is the move!
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11/13/2020
Question from Lea
 
Hi - I have the 172cm Blizzard Sheeva 9 Women's ski measuring Tip - 124.5mm, Waist - 92mm, Tail 114.5mm. Which size of the Pomoca Climb 2.0 Skins do you recommend?
11/13/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Lea, you'll want the 120 mm x 165 -180cm size.
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10/11/2020
Question from Alec
 
For blizzard zeroG 95s, 178 cm length, the choice seems to be a fair bit of tail base exposed under the strap with the 165 - 180 size; or most of the tail base covered with skin with the 175 - 190 size. What do you recommend of these two options.
10/11/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Alec, you explained it well. Coverage down to the end of the tail isn't critical as most grip comes from under and just behind your feet. I think less is more when it comes to skins, as less material means more glide and more packability. I'd go short. Note we also have the precut skins for that ski if you want to use the custom tip attachment (2019/20 and later skis only) with similar material from Pomoca.
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9/21/2020
Question from phil
 
Which length would you recommend for a set of DPS Wailer 112. Length 178. Think I could get away with the 165-180? The price is nice.
9/21/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Phil, that length would be fine! There is so much rocker on those skis getting all the way back to the tail doesn't help much.
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8/7/2020
Question from VSR
 
Do these skins come with a cutting tool? Thanks!
8/7/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Thanks for reaching out! Yes, these do come with a cutting tool, and it is definitely our favorite out of the options out there.
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11/12/2019
Question from GlidingJerry
 
Hello!

What would be the option for BD's Boundary Pro 107?

Dimensions are 137-107-123.

Thanks!!!!!!
11/12/2019
Answer from Patrick C
 
Jerry,

The best option for full edge to edge coverage will be the 140mm wide skins. They have tip loops and fixed tail clips so go for the size that corresponds with the length of your skis (ex. if your skis are 185cm, go with the 140mm 175mm-190mm option). Not to make this too complicated, but there is also the option to go with the 120mm wide skins, which will help increase glide by leaving some base exposed near the tip of the ski. If the goal is maximum climbing ability, go with the 140mm, if a bit more glide appeals to you, go with the 120mm. Have fun out there!
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