Pomoca ClimbProS-Glide Ready2climb Climbing Skin

Pomoca ClimbProS-Glide Ready2climb Climbing Skin
Pomoca ClimbProS-Glide Ready2climb Climbing Skin
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ClimbProS-Glide Ready2climb Climbing Skin by Pomoca
Pomoca has a vast collection of climbing skins for backcountry skiing, randonee racing, mountaineering, and more. The Pomoca ClimbProS-Glid r2c v2 is an all-round, professional-level climbing skin styled for avid backcountry skiers who go whether it's powdery, icy, or slushy. Safer Skin waterproofing with EverDry 2. 0 water-resistance and Glide's hydrophobic treatment assist the skin with staying dry when the snow's particularly wet and icy. A mohair blend makes this skin highly versatile when it comes to gripping the steeps and gliding across flat ridges. The tip and tail attachments are universal with any ski, and the tail adjusts to fit.

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SKU: POMD013
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