Skimo Co
SkyRun

Voile Hyper Glide Skins

From $194.95

In Stock & Ships Today

Free shipping

Voile has gotten serious about their climbing skin performance. By teaming up with industry-leading Pomoca, Voile is taking advantage of the best technology available. The Hyper Glide skins are a 70% mohair 30% nylon mix that provide the best balance between claw-like uphill grip, and energy-saving silky glide. Ever Dry hydrophobic treatment prevents the fibers from absorbing water, preventing weight-gain and eliminating the need for daily anti-ice treatments. The Safer Skin Light membrane prevents moisture-transfer through the skin which douches the glue. Long lasting glue performance means worry-free skinning, lap after lap. In addition to the moisture barrier, the Safer Skin Light membrane allows the skin to be made thinner and more packable, reducing bulk on your feet and in your jacket or pack. Get serious about your skins like Voile and get a set of Hyper Glides to feel the difference.

  • Hardened and anodized aluminum tip attachment won’t fail you in ultra-cold temperatures where plastic tips may crack.
  • Stainless steel tip loops will be forgiving if your technique gets sloppy late in the day.
  • Ever Dry hydrophobic treatment repels moisture saturation to prevent glopping and water-weight gain.
  • Safer Skin Light waterproof membrane reduces weight while keeping the glue effective.
  • Elastic tail-strap with universal clip has notches to help prevent clip-slide.
  • Kits include the amazing Pomoca trim tool.

Related Products

Questions & Reviews

4/29/2021
Emily (downright abused product)
 
My favorite glue formula, as it's reliable (as long as you keep it *mostly* dry), sticks in the cold, but also rips off your skis super easily! I find them ever-so-slightly less grippy than the BD Glidelite, but with a better glue formula and glue durability. I like the Pomoca tail clips, which flip over the ski and keep your tails neat.
Comment on this review:

2/16/2021
Question from Ben
 
How do these compare in climbing grip and in gkide to the pomoca S Glide (which is what i currently have)
2/16/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ben, they are definitely comparable. The S-Glides will be a bit faster out of the box with the fancy "S" treatment. They grip well.
Answer this question:

2/10/2021
Beth (downright abused product)
 
Put these skins through the wringer this winter and they're doing great. They fold down as small as a paperback book and tuck into my jacket easily. Good climbing power, easy glide, and a light weight. The glue is only moderately tacky so I don't dislocate my shoulders, lose my temper, or topple when trying to rip the skins off the skis.
Comment on this review:

1/29/2021
Question from Shane K
 
Just curious to what pomoca skin this is most similar to? And if the durability or glue is much different? Looking for a good everyday skin.
1/29/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Shane, it's most similar to the Free Pro 1.0. Same durability and North American glue as other Pomoca skins sold in the states.
1/29/2021
Answer from Shane K
 
You think this would be a better option then the S glide? I tour every day pretty much. Just looking for a good everyday option. I try to abide by the faster, further, funner motto
1/29/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Shane, after break in they are fairly similar. The S-Glide is a touch faster out of the box. Don't forget about the pure mohair skins either!
Answer this question:

1/24/2021
Question from keli
 
Will you be getting anymore in stock in 100mm x 154-170?

(Or the pomoca pro climb s glides)
1/24/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Keli, sadly they are tapped for the season.

(on both counts)

The Contour skins are a solid option in that size.
Answer this question:

1/22/2021
Question from Steve
 
What would be the best size for a pair of 164 objectives? The smallest listed is for 165-180, but will that be a good fit?
1/22/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Steve, those will be a little long. Voile had the Superlite skins for the Objective, but those are gone as they transition to a new product. If you want to use the tip-rip system (very nice), you could grab an Atomic Hybrid skin and attach the tails, and trim. Or do a DIY skin build. Without the tip rip, any trim-to-fit kit in the right length would work.
Answer this question:

1/22/2021
Question from Todd
 
I was looking at getting a pair of these skins for my wife's 158 cm X 88 mm skis. Is there a size that will work? Thanks.
1/22/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Todd. None of the options listed will work, however, check out the Contour Guide Mix for an awesome skin that will fit her ski. Typically, we base the width of the skin to closely match the tail dimension of the ski. Please reach out if you have any other questions!
Answer this question:

12/11/2020
Question from kevin
 
On a pair of Volkl Nunataq 179s, what width would you recommend? Thanks
12/11/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Kevin, I think the 120mm x 175-190cm should be a good choice!
Answer this question:

2/15/2020
Dcscad (downright abused product)
 
Great skin, the glue is just right on these, holds run after run but you don’t need to be the Hulk to pull them apart in between runs. Up hill traction is superb and the glide just keeps getting better and better! Great product.
Comment on this review:

2/13/2019
Question from Kate
 
Do you know how these compare to Pomoca's other skins? Are they the same as one of the other Pomoca options, or are they different?
2/13/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Kate, same glue, same tail clips, material is similar to the Free Pro and Climb 2.0 formulas (nice and packable). Voile tip buckles are rock solid so these compare favorably!
Answer this question:

12/6/2018
Question from Michael
 
I have Viole HyperCharger skis 178 cm - which size skins do you recommend? And do you still expect them mid-December, I've heard these aren't shipping until next year.

Thank you.
12/7/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Michael! Last we heard is that they are currently in the final stages of production, so I am still expecting mid-December at this point. I could be wrong in that regard and they'll ship when they do, but I think that mid-December is probably still an optimistically viable timeline for them to arrive.

Sizing skins for the 178cm HyperCharger: you could go 120mm x 165-180cm if you want a fast skin (that'll be full coverage at the tail and partial coverage near the rocker). If you want full coverage, even at the tip where it's beyond the contact point, the 140mm x 165-180cm is probably the better choice. Keep in mind, skins that offer full coverage beyond the contact points of a ski with a lot of tip and tail rocker will not improve climbing traction at all and will in fact slow you down while breaking trail. If you want to get really nerdy, measure the width of the base material at the contact point nearest the tail and you will have your answer for the skin width.
Answer this question:

Earn store credit by writing reviews. Learn more.

Model: Hyper Glide Climbing Skins

Follow us on social media

View full screen version