The Pomoca Climb 2.0 is a workhorse climbing skin, and for this year it gets a facelift with the new V2 attachment system. The V2 attachment system is more robust, ensuring that these skins hold up to many miles of backcountry use. The Climb 2.0 comes in a signature yellow plush, which has turned out to be our most popular skin at CCBC. This skin's popularity is due to it having found the sweet spot within a few different dichotomies: grip and glide, value and performance, weight and packability. It's 70% mohair / 30% nylon plush balances mohair glide with nylon grip. The Climb 2.0 is an affordable skin that outlasts many pricepoint competitors, especially with Pomoca's high performance [and Top Secret] glue formula. The short-plushed Climb 2.0 weighs 1.15 g/cm2, has a 235 kcal/h glide metric (the lower the number, the more efficient the skin), and a 46 g/cm2 grip metric (the higher the number, the better the grip). For comparison: the climb 2.0 is lighter than the teal Climb Pro S-Glide, and grips better than the green Climb Pro Mohair. The Climb 2.0 is right for you if you want a reliable, packable, and high-performing climbing skin that's affordable and will last you a good long while.
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Awesome skins! Adhesive held up great in temps around 0 degrees. Recommend to anyone on the market for new skins.
Pomoca skins are the best. I’m a bit disappointed in the tail clip. It’s just barely able to accomodate the fairly thick tail of my Salomon QST 99 skis — but it does work. Contour tail clips are better in this regard, as are G3. (Problem with G3 is the “hands” on the tips do not work at all on thick downhill oriented skis.)
These are lighter and less bulky than similar skins from G3 and Black Diamond I've had in the past. Their grip is decent, glue seems really good, and their glide is okay. I would definitely get these again compared to a G3 skin and probably like them better than BD glide lites as well. A good product for the price, but if you have the extra money, the pink Pomoca's are a bit better all around (except maybe durability- haven't had these long enough to know about that).
Did these come with skin savers to stick on the back they are for my son and I think it will be much easier for him to have skin savers rather than sticking the skin to itself
Many thanks to PJ and Hayes for all your help with my equipment. You guys got me set up and out the door quickly and I’m loving all of my back country equipment!
Pomoca Climb 2.0 V2 Climbing Skin
Due to poor snow conditions I have yet to go uphill