The skins made specially for freeriders: light, excellent grip and glide, with specific Free Ride attachments.
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.