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Pomoca Free Pro 2.0 Skins

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The 'Free' in 'Free Pro 2.0' is there because these skins are so light, you might become confused while skinning and believe that you've floated free from the constraints of gravity. The Pomoca Free Pro 2.0 skins are a 70/30 mohair blend sewn onto an ultra-thin, ultra-packable backing material. Sprinkled with Pomoca's industry topping waterproof coating and shipped with a traditional tip basket and elastic tail strap, these skins have turned heads throughout the ski world and have inspired many ski mountaineers to make the switch to pink skins. Pomoca set out to build a skin that would appeal to ski mountaineers with their light weight, and appeal to freeskiers with their width. The Pomoca Free Pro 2.0 ticks all the boxes you need to summit a mountain in the morning and to charge a spine in the afternoon.

  • At 123mm or 140mm wide, these skins fit the fattest powder skis and come with a quick trimming tool to customize for the most efficient skinning experience.
  • Grams add up, and with that in mind, Pomoca used SSL (Safer Skin Light) membranes, cutting roughly 12% or 60-75g of weight from each pair of skins.
  • Pomoca Ever Dry 2.0 is more environmentally friendly than the original Ever Dry, and coats the entire skin in a hydrophobic layer.
  • The metal Fat Lock tip clip fits any ski, and doesn't require a pinhole or notch -- it just clips over the front of the ski.
  • Ultra-thin backing material means the skins pack down into a tiny package that fits in many jacket pockets.
  • The way Pomoca weaves their fibers ensures longevity, glide and most importantly, grip.
  • A 90mm elastic strap on the tail of the skin adjusts easily for length and offers reliable hold.

Update 2020/21: The skins are now made with redesigned Click Lock tip attachments and tail hooks that enhance durability and versatility. Packaged in a cool new zippered case, these skins have the same climbing prowess and amazing glue that one expects from the Pomoca name.

Specifications
Weight per skin (with backing) 240g [123mm x 155-170]
250g [123mm x 165-180]
286g [140mm x 165-180]
304g [140mm x 175-190]

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Questions & Reviews

4/28/2021
Question from Justin
 
I bought a set of these from you guys last year, so about 1.5 seasons of use. I've become very disappointed with the glue. My previous Pomocas had awesome glue. I'm really surprised at the amount of snow these allow to creep in under the tips and tails, and now even further towards the middle. Any chance there were more reports of similar from last year? Bad batch of glue? the weight, compactness, grip and glide are all fantastic.
4/28/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Justin, thanks for reaching out, I'm sorry to hear about the glue issues! We haven't heard about a bad batch of glue, but we'll do a little more digging. Could you please email(help@skimo.co) us a few photos of these skins, showing both the glue side as well as the plush side?
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3/7/2021
Question from Tristan Newbon
 
any chance you folks will be getting another size run this season? I'd like a
123mm x 165-180.
3/7/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Tristan,

Sadly, we will not be receiving any further shipments of Pomoca Free Pro 2.0 trim to fit skins this season. However, we do have plenty of Free Pro 2.0 available Off The Roll in the 140mm width if you would like to embark on a custom build!
3/7/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Nice line! Good squiggle density.
3/8/2021
Answer from Tristan N
 
Thanks SkiMo - good solution I'll go that direction... gotta keep working on my squiggle density, Thanks jbo :)
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1/25/2021
Question from skipiggy
 
How do these compare with the Race Pro 2.0? If they don't, what's the skin most similar to the Race Pro 2.0, but for wider skis (141-113-132).
1/25/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Skippiggy, probably the most comparable to the Race Pro 2.0 that is 100% mohair for fatter skis would be the Pomoca Mohair Skins.
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12/31/2020
Teague Holmes (downright abused product)
 
The latest skin update from Pomoca is even better. The glue sticks all day long even in sub zero snow after your 9th lap in cold pow. Somehow they still pull apart without a fight. They weigh less than any other skin I’m aware of so less weight on your feet means more quality skin. And they are more supple and pack up much smaller so they take up less space under your jacket or in your pack. They’ve got that slick mohair glide to get in and out of long approaches easily. After deliberating over skins for years I don’t even think twice anymore. And they still last as long as any other mohair skin I’ve abused on the wind blown CO tundra . The free pro two is the one.
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12/14/2020
Question from Charlie
 
Looking at these and the Glide S Pro:
- Those who have used both, is there a noticeable difference in grip?
- Durability - has anyone experienced ripping or tearing? I would like these to last ~3 pairs of skis (this is the lifespan I have had on previous skins)
- Weight/packability, I hear the the S-Glide Pro has a lighter backing this year, has anyone compared the two new versions?
12/14/2020
Answer from eric
 
Charlie- There is no difference in grip between the 2 skins. They have the same plush composition and hair length. The free pro 2.0 has thinner backing which is lighter and more packability including the new s glide (which is thinner). Durability is pretty good on the Free pro. The free pro if pushed and skinned on rocks might tear sooner than the s-glide.
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12/9/2020
Question from Winston
 
What’s the durability difference between these and the Climb pro S-glide? Is it significant given the thinner backing? I.e. will they not last as many seasons?
12/9/2020
Answer from Jeff
 
Winston, The Free Pro 2.0 just came out last season, so time will tell. I got a pair at the beginning of last season and used it all season. Not discernable wear yet. I do try to be careful walking over rocks and logs. This season's Climb Pro S Glide was switched to a lighter backing too.
12/9/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Winston, the backing is thinner so it may be slightly less durable, but I think they should last you just as long. Just maybe be a bit more gentle when touring over thin cover areas.
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12/1/2020
Question from Sam
 
Hello, my ski length is 180cm and tail width is 126mm (136/106/126mm). Would the 123mm x 165-180cm work or would I want to wait till the 123mm x 175-190cm is in stock?

Thanks!
12/1/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Sam, that 165-180cm may work for you, although since ski companies can be a little unique in how they measure the lenght of their skis there is the chance that your skis will be just a smidge too long. Unfortunately, we will not be getting any more of these skins in this season. The other option you have is to buy the material off the roll here, buy some tip and tail attachments that you can choose from here and build them to fit your skis.
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11/24/2020
Question from Alex
 
Would the tip attachment on these Free Pro 2.0's fit my Atomic Bent Chetler 120's bent up on the sides tips?
I really want to get them, but I'm unsure... I know the G3 tip attachments would work, but I'd rather get these Pomocas...

thanks!
11/25/2020
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Alex, the tip attachment should work on those skis.
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11/23/2020
Question from Larry L Coats
 
Will the 155 cm fit the Wms Hypercharger 154s?
11/23/2020
Answer from Will
 
Hey Larry,

Thanks for the question. I just tried the skins on downstairs and it looks like they'll fit! For the width, you'll be good to go with the 123mm!
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11/16/2020
Question from Mike L
 
Wife's skis are Vantage 97's in 164cm length. Will you be getting the 155-170cm length of 123's in stock anytime soon? If not, will the 165-180cm work? Can the tip be removed and cut to shorter length?
11/17/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Mike, at this time we are unsure when our next shipment from Pomoca will arrive, but if you email us at help@skimo.co we can put you on a notification list. Alternatively, we could build you the skins as we do have the Free Pro 2.0 available per cm here.
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11/6/2020
Question from Logan
 
Hi there. Do you think the 123 X 185-200 would provide enough coverage for a pair of Corvus Freebird 188s?
11/6/2020
Answer from Jeff
 
Logan, More than enough. My method is to take the Tail width, 120mm, minus 4mm for the edges. So you will have Full coverage except for a tiny amount at the widest part of the tip.
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10/30/2020
Question from Felix
 
Hi,
I am looking for the right skins for my Head Kore 117 180cm. I find it pretty difficult to get reliable on point information about skins. Would the pro 2.0 be a great fit for my ski? If so, I would just attach them to my skis and than cut the sides with the trimmer you provide, right?
Thank you!

Best!
10/31/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Felix thanks for reaching out! We typically choose skin width based on the ski's tail because you don't get as much benefit in the tip(most grip comes from closer to the foot). I looked up dimensions for that ski and I think the tail is around 129mm, and after subtracting a couple mm from each side to account for the metal edges, that puts us right around the 123mm skin width. I'd recommend the 123mm x 175-190cm option for this ski, hope this helps!
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10/7/2020
Question from Ian
 
My wife skis on Black Pearl 98s, length 152. Do you think the small R2C will be small enough? It's listed as 155-170. I can find the XS anywhere...
10/7/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Ian, thanks for reaching out! Unfortunately Pomoca does not sell the XS size Free Pro 2.0 in the US, but they do in the Climb 2.0 and Climb Pro S-Glide! We are out of stock for those currently, but we hope to be getting our shipment in a couple weeks. Send me an email at "help@skimo.co", and I can set you up with an inventory notification!
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9/3/2020
Question from Len
 
Do you recommend the 123mm or 140mm for the Icelantic Saba Pro in 177mm (147-117-137)? Thanks!
9/3/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Len, I'd recommend going with the 140mm as we typically base skin width off of tail width!
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5/28/2020
Jeff (downright abused product)
 
If you are reading this, the Free Pro 2.0 is back in stock, buy right away. I used all last season in all conditions and on a wide ski, they work great. No doubt they are as light and packable a skin you can get. After many years using BD skins, I love Pomoca glue. I can actually pull apart without using skin savers and they stick fine on the ski. Even with the tail clip kicked off, the glue keeps in place just fine.
In the spring on an icy skin track, I have experienced some slippage. When it gets wet, I have only experienced minimal glopping, the Pomoca treatments work well.
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4/19/2020
Question from Dan G
 
Hey,

I'm looking for some free pro 2.0 skins for my 184cm powder skis, the dimensions are 141 - 116 - 131, but I can't find the L size skins in a 140mm. However, there is an L size skin in the 123mm width, which would actually cover my bases (with sidewall's worth of base exposed) over ~60% of the middle of the ski. Since my tips and tails are fairly rockered anyways, does anyone see significant drawbacks from just going with that size and losing a bit of edge-to-edge coverage in the tips and tails, especially if I will mostly be powder touring?
4/19/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Dan, thanks for reaching out! I think the 123mm would work just fine, for all the reasons you’ve mentioned. You took the words right out of my mouth!
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3/10/2020
Question from David
 
Hello!

Having trouble sizing skins for my Salomon QST 106 @ 188

What would be your recommendation?

Thanks!
3/10/2020
Answer from Patrick C
 
David,

The 123mm wide skins in the 185-200cm size would work and give you plenty of glide and grip. With a tail width of 126mm on your skis you will have coverage where you need it (underfoot) and allow for extra glide with more exposed base in the tip of the ski. Hope this helps!

Patrick // Skimo Co
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2/25/2020
Question from David
 
Hi. I am looking to purchase the Pomoca Free Pro 2.0 for my DPS Alchemist 99 in 176cm. Which length of 123mm would I purchase? It looks like your site doesn’t list them as large but rather in CM.
2/25/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey David, you could go with the 175-190cm Large which is in stock or the 165-180cm Medium which we should have soon!
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2/23/2020
Question from Jen
 
Hi would the 123 x 155-170 be compatible for DPS Nina T99 (158cm 125/99/111)? Thanks!
2/23/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jen, yes that size would fit great! It's an awesome skin.
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2/10/2020
Question from Katie
 
Hi

i am purchasing the Tour1 Zelda in 168 which skin size do i need?

Katie
2/10/2020
Answer from Patrick C
 
Katie,

I would go with the 123mm wide skin in the 155-170cm length; this will give you the best glide with plenty of grip. If you want to maximize grip go with the 165-180cm length as that will give coverage almost all the way to the tail of the ski. Have fun out there!

Patrick // Skimo Co
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