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Pomoca Climb Pro S-Glide Skins

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We’re not sure but we think the “S” stands for “Super”. The new Pomoca Super treatment on the old reliable Climb Pro Glide skins makes them even better at sliding. The friction coefficient is now more akin to racing formulas than to similar mohair-mix skins. Good sliding technique will be rewarded with up to 20% energy savings on an average climb, a figure extrapolated from recent lab tests. The Climb Pro S-Glides are 70% mohair, 30% nylon, and 100% fast. The skins feature the manageable Pomoca glue formula and easy-to-use tip brackets and tail clips. These are likely the default skin choice for interested ski tourers.

  • Safer Skin Light membrane is waterproof, tear-resistant, and tends to hold its hairs in place.
  • Ever Dry 2.0 is a water-shedding treatment the prevents potentially heavy water soakage.
  • S-Glide concoction is applied at the end to give you a lifelong friction-reducing stride.
  • ClickLock is a tip system that allows you to swap square brackets to match your ski tips.
  • Adjustable tail clips ride up and down a thick stretchy strap that is notched for good hold.
  • Kits come with a trimmer that is much easier to use that the letter-opener style skin trimmers.
  • Includes a skin bag for carrying your climbers and for long-term storage across seasons.
  • Skins come with tips attached except Universal length, otherwise known as "Back Fix" in Pomoca-speak.
  • Universal Kits - 185cm of material with tails attached; cut to ski length and attach the tips before trimming.

Update 2020/21: The S-Glide skins are now made with a thinner backing material and they have redesigned Click Lock tip attachments and tail hooks that enhance durability. The skins are about 40g lighter out of the box with the same grip and amazing glide. They now come in a zippered hard-case.

Specifications
Weight per skin (with backing) 314g [120mm x 165-180]

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Questions & Reviews

11/24/2020
Question from Joshua
 
I have pomoca s-glides and after 1.5 seasons the glue is balling quite badly and coming off on my bases. Short of hot scraping and stripping the skin and re-gluing, any ideas? I see pomoca makes a re-glue kit but it seems to only be available in europe. thanks!
11/25/2020
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Joshua! Short of re-gluing your skins, there aren't many other options besides getting a new set of skins. If you're hoping to keep that set around, scraping the old glue and applying new glue would be the only option. While it is ideal to use the brand's glue when doing this, if you completely scrape the skins you could get by using any type of skin glue.
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11/23/2020
Question from Shane K
 
Probably a silly question but i was wondering if you guys carried the splitboard attachments for these skins?
11/24/2020
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Shane,

Great question! Sadly we do not carry Pomoca specific splitboard attachments. We do however have a "G3 Splitboard Tail Clip Assembley" which would pair with the "G3 Tail Connector Kit". These can be found under G3 Skin Parts

Thanks!
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11/18/2020
Question from Blake Bowers
 
2018 Black Diamond Route 105s.

175 length (132/105/119)

Best fit?

Thank you!
11/18/2020
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Blake,

The best fit for your skis would be the 120mm x 165-180cm!

Enjoy!
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11/17/2020
Question from Hope
 
Can you help me pick the right size skin for my husband's 2017 K2 Pinnacle 88 skis? The ski dimensions are 128-88-110, 177 cm. Thank you!!
11/17/2020
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Hope, you could go with the 120mm 175-190cm version for a bit more adjustment possibilities.
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11/16/2020
Question from sean
 
My ski length is 180 cm. Should I go with the 165-180 or the 175-190? Would be nice not to have excess tail flopping around, but worried about the smaller length being just a hair too short.
11/16/2020
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Sean, It would be more preferable to be in the middle of those measurements just incase something arises with the skins in the future. I would stick with the 175-190cm length.
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11/13/2020
Question from Matthew
 
I have the Faction Candide 3.0 skis with width of 140/112/134mm and length of 190cm. What skin size do you recommend? I'm just getting started with touring :)
11/13/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Matthew, you're going to want our largest size for those skis, the 140mm x 185-200cm.
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11/12/2020
Question from Rhianna
 
Hi! I have the Line Vision 98's (131/98/119 mm) and wondering if I should go 120mm or 140mm. Appreciate your insight!
11/12/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Rhianna, you'll want to base your skin width on the tail width of your ski, so the 120mm should be perfect for you!
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11/7/2020
Question from Steve
 
Hello,

What would be the best skins for 168cm/124 mm tip width/76 waist width/105 tail width? Would the 100mm be okay, or larger and cut to size for maximum grip?
11/7/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Steve, sounds like a Volkl ski! 100mm should be plenty, noting that it can be tough to sidehill on firm snow with that much sidecut, and going with 120mm wouldn't be significantly disadvantageous.
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10/31/2020
Question from Keith
 
Hey I am ordering some atomic backland 100s in 188L.- 131-101-121. What size skins do you recommend?
10/31/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Keith, thanks for reaching out! We choose skin width based on the ski's tail, so I'd recommend the 120mm width. As for length, you could choose either 175-190cm or 185-200cm, depending on your preference! The shorter option will be lighter, more packable, and have less tail flapping on the top sheet. The longer option will offer more coverage, possibly giving you more grip on the steeper, icier skintracks.
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10/30/2020
Question from Erik
 
Hi I have dps foundation w 100s. 171cm: 131,100,117. Could you help me with sizing that. Go 140 and trim a ton? Or 120 and have lots of exposure? Thanks
10/30/2020
Answer from Will McD
 
Hi Erik. With the 120 you'll have about 5mm of exposure on either side, which is a fair amount. I would recommend going with the 140mm width as the full side-to-side coverage will improve grip and glide consistency and also help keep snow from getting under the skin and onto the glue.
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10/27/2020
Question from Thomas Feist
 
Zero G's, 164cm (125-95-109). Would 120mm width be right width? I assume 100 too narrow, yes? Thanks.
10/27/2020
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Thomas,

That would be a matter of personal preference. With the 120mm skin, you would get wall to wall coverage except for a sliver of exposed base in the widest portion of the tip. This would maximize uphill grip. If you went with the 100mm skin, the area underfoot would have full coverage, which is the most important when considering uphill traction. However, there would be areas of exposed base in the tip and tail, which would provide more glide than the 120mm.
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10/21/2020
Question from Patrick
 
I recently got a 158 Weston 10th Mountain Edition and am wondering what size skins you would recommend?
10/21/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Patrick, thanks for reaching out! The Voile/Pomoca Hyper Glide Splitboard Skins should have the correct attachment hardware for you, and 155-162cm should be a good length!
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10/20/2020
Question from Sam
 
Hello super excited about these skins. Just need your sizing blessing for Icelantic Nomad 105 186cm (140-105-130mm). Primarily ski Sierra’s
10/20/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Sam, as you should be! They are awesome skins and the 140mm x 175-190cm would cover your bases, literally and metaphorically.
10/20/2020
Answer from Sam S
 
Bahahaha! Thanks for the quick response, much appreciated!
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10/17/2020
Question from Kyle
 
What size of skins should I get for an armada tst 174cm 118-131-101-122? Much appreciated
10/17/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Kyle, the 120cm x 165-180cm would work great! It's slightly skinnier than the widest part of the tip, but that's OK and allows the skin fold in half cleanly.
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10/14/2020
Question from Nick
 
Looking to put a set on a pair of 184cm Fischer Ranger 102 FR skis (138-103-128 mm). Additionaly have another pair of 184cm skis with 134-96-117 mm dimensions. What size skins do you recommend for each of these and seperately is it possible to get one to work with both or would that be too much compromise on sizing. Thanks in advance for your help.
10/14/2020
Answer from Jeff
 
Nick, For size, the 120mm x 175-190cm will work. Looks narrow, but would only leave a sliver at the tail uncovered and could possibly be used for both skis. If you were to trim to the full width of the 96 ski (covering the edges at the waist), for the Ranger, the trimmed width at the waist would leave the edges uncovered. So, the 3mm difference would not be noticeable. You could even trim to expose the edge on the 96 ski and be OK.
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10/8/2020
Question from James S
 
Interested in getting these for my K2 waybacks. 186 in length (136-106-124). Looks like the 120s wouldnt go edge to edge underneath and the 140s might be too wide. is there a middle option available? Or will the 140s trim fine? Thoughts?
10/8/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
The 140mm will trim just fine, but I'd recommend the 120mm for that ski! Accounting for a few mm of steel edge, I think there would be a negligible amount of base material showing at the tail.
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10/5/2020
Question from Tyler Nelson
 
Bought Pomoca climb pro s-glide skins!
Bought them too long.
Can I shorten them?
10/6/2020
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Tyler, you can shorten up the skins relatively easily by unstitching the tail strap off the actual skin material, and re-cutting the skin to the shorter desired length. You would then need to re rivet the same tail strap on using some Ski Trab Hammer Rivets.
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10/2/2020
Question from Bill
 
Hi Skimo Crew: I have a pair of Backland 107 skis; length 182; 137,107,124 and I'd like to upgrade my skins this season to Pomoca Climb Pro S Glides. The Pomoca website recommends 100 mm wide - L. What is your recommendation for sizing skins on this ski? Thanks, Bill
10/2/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Bill, I'd recommend the 120mm x 175-190cm size for that ski! We tend to base our skin width choice on the tail width of the ski, and accounting for the edges, that 120mm should give you great coverage on the 124mm tail.
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9/24/2020
Question from Claire
 
Hi! I'm trying to get hold of the 120mm in the smallest length- my skis are 164cm- will you be sticking these again? Either this brand or Voile would be my choice. Thanks for your help.
9/24/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hi Claire, we do have these back in stock for the season! As of yet we don't have the smallest size in that width, but we should be getting some soon. If you'd like to email us at help@skimo.co we'd be happy to put you on the notification list for when your size comes in.
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7/28/2020
Question from Andrew
 
I ordered these skins in the 100mm width for my Backland 78s. They look great, but the skis are 113-78-103 by 169cm. Laying the skins on the skis it looks like a very difficult trim job with very little edge margin to grab for trimming. The 120mm width doesn't come short enough for my skis. Any suggestions?
7/28/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Andrew, it looks like Pomoca is out of stock currently for the 120mm x 165-180cm size, but we should have more on the way in a little over a month! Let me know if you'd like me to set up an email alert for you to be notified when that size is back in stock.

I'd say the skins you currently have will likely work well for you, and all you need to trim is the waist area! The included Pomoca skin trimmer is the best one we have, and its built-in offset and sharp blades should give enough bite to start the cut, then you can grab the offcut as it trims. Let me know if there's more you'd like to brainstorm, feel free to reach out at help@skimo.co!
9/21/2020
Answer from dub_xion
 
Hi Andrew, just chiming from personal preference, this situation is ideal! With the tip rocker, you don't really need edge-to-edge coverage at the ends; however, you'll have plenty of edge-to-edge contact in the middle of the ski where it counts most. The situation you have will be lighter than a 120mm-width skin with less drag.

I can echo what Teddy says about the trimmer provided - I've trimmed many of my own skis accurately with that trimmer and things turn out great, especially with the first set of skins when the blades are nice and sharp. Just get the skins as centered as you can so the plush is running nice and straight.
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