Pomoca skin attachments are available separately for your skin fixing pleasure. All parts are sold in pairs.
Click Lock Tips - Swappable tip attachment system that is screwed on to your skin and allows interchange of various sizes of bent buckles. Comes with a pair of 85mm, 95mm, or 105mm buckles.
Tip Buckles - Interchangeable buckles that pop into the Click Lock Tips. Sometimes available in 66mm, 72mm, 80mm, 85mm, 95mm and 105mm widths to fit most ski tips.
Z-Hooks - Bent-metal clips for skis with holes in the tips. The hooks insert into the Click Lock Tips.
Fat Lock Tips - Special "freeride" version of the Click Lock Tips designed for fat tips.
Back Fix Tail Clips - Adjustable tail attachments are basic straps with clips that slide forward or back to achieve the optimum tension. The kit comes with rivets to securely fasten the straps to your skins. Note the straps on these are shorter than the straps that come installed on the Ready to Climb kits.
Twin-tip Tail Hooks - Set of clips designed for rounded tails. These slide onto the Back-Fix tail straps.
Adhesive Tube - 75g of Pomoca’s finest glue, enough for a full renewal. Comes with an all-temperature warranty: if you lose stickiness in any weather, Pomoca will change the weather for you. Just wait long enough.
Carry Bag - Simple skins bag with Velcro closure and webbing handle.
I'm looking for the click lock stretcher (for tip notches) that fits into pomoca click lock tips. Do you guys have such a thing? I only see it on euro sites. If not - the dynafit one looks awfully similar, will those fit in the pomoca click locks?
We have skin tips from Dynafit that sure look similar. Hopefully that is what you are looking for!
Hi Nik, the total length of the tail is 22cm, but there's only about 9.5cm of effective adjustment between the first and last notch, or 12.5cm total additional length if using the last notch. (Note that this is *shorter* than the tail clips spec'ed on an OEM Pomoca skin).
Hi Skimo - I’m afraid I’m in denial...is it true that I cannot buy a white replacement buckle for my Pomoca Tipon skins purchased just last year? That the best option is to convert to a BD tail, involving cutting the white tail off and installing the BD assembly with rivets? Hard to comprehend Pomoca not providing a repair kit for such a flimsy buckle, the only downside to an otherwise terrific product...hoping I am wrong!
Hi Doug, Pomoca provides "Back Fix Tail Clips", a kit usually found here. Unfortunately we are out of stock at the moment. For what it's worth, we typically only see those broken when 1) jamming ski tails into ice/rock, or 2) over-tensioning the tail straps (tail straps aren't meant to hold skins on, but rather to prevent the skin from peeling).
Thank you for the quick reply, JBO. That SKIMO IS out of stock on these clips, in addition to a recent Jan '19 TGR post on broken plastic tail clips, combined with my own experience tells me this is a common failing point of the product.
Mine broke also--first year. I've been wrapping the tail of the skin with electrical tape to hold it on. I don't jam my skis in the snow with the skins on, and I doubt my hands are strong enough to over-stretch the skin.
Hello, I have a set of Pomoca Climb Pro S Glide with braided wire tip holder. The braided wire is fraying and about to break. I'd like to convert to the sturdy metal buckles. I'm not sure which size I need. The current buckle is about 2.25" (57mm) wide, and the skin and ski tip are just over 5" (127mm) wide. Would i need both a set of the tips and the buckles? Are the sizes I need in stock? Also, do you have the re-glue in stock?
I want to build skins for a Voile Hyper Vector ski 127-94-111 mm profile in 171cm length. I'm thinking with Fat Back tip attachment and Back Fix Tail clips I can get away with 160 cm material (Pomoco Climb Pro S-Glide) per ski. I also assume that I can add the Twin-tip tail hook sometime in the future. Please Advise. And, Thanks!
Hey Jesse! It's totally possible that would work, although it would be a huge bummer to only order 160cm and fall short. I'd say spend the extra dollar or two and order at least 165cm to give yourself some wiggle room. We build skins all day long but we are only human and still mess up occasionally (not an excuse, but definitely a reality), so it's nice to have a bit of room for error if you install the tip and tail backwards or botch the riveting, etc.
Hey Denis, unfortunately those clips aren't available as a standalone aftermarket part for the time being. The Black Diamond tail kits have spare parts all over the place and are generally readily available though but would require a modification to your existing skin.
hi. i am attempting to modify some skins to fit some ski trab volare skis. it looks like the pomoca fat lock tip will nest between the bumpers on the volare tips. will they ? this would e a great solution becahse then the skins would still fit the original skiis. thanks, steve
Hi Steve, your best bet is to get a Ski Trab tip kit which is designed for those skis. Please note there were two versions of that ski with different attachment systems. You probably need the Attivo kit but possibly an older one (feel free to send us a photo of your ski to be sure).
HI Marie-Eve, You need to know the tip size. Nordic skis have a real long tip so i would measure the tip of your ski from the tip, when you hit 66mm that is where the tip loop would sit. If that spot is down near the contact point of the ski and snow it probably wont work.
There is 30mm from the 66mm wide part to the contact point. Is it long enough ? If not, could you suggest me an other kind of skin attachments with smaller loop ?
I have a pair of Movement Random X which have two notches in the shovel. Currently, I'm using a set of Pomoca skins with the wire bails but they are a bit susceptible to damage and I'd like to convert to the metal buckles. The notches are 72mm inside to inside so I assume the 72mm buckles you mention would be the perfect fit but those aren't listed for purchase. Are these the right size and if so, will you be getting them again? Thanks, Glenn