Touring Ski Skins
Black Crows Pilus Camox Freebird Skins£163.95 £149.95
Black Crows Pilus Orb Freebird Skins£179.95 £134.95
Black Crows Pilus Navis Freebird Skins£179.95
Völkl Blaze 94 Skins£163.95 £149.95
Black Crows Pilus Trim To Fit Skins£179.95
Völkl Blaze 106 Skins£172.95 £154.95
G3 Love Glove Skin Storage£59.95 £51.95
Black Diamond Glidelite Mix FL 135 mm£163.95 £119.95
Black Crows Pilus Mentis Freebird Skins£199.95
Black Crows Pilus Ferox Freebird Skins£189.95
G3 Minimist Speed 130mm Ski Skins£189.95 £149.95
G3 Waterproof Renew 60ml£21.95 £19.95
Völkl Rise Above 88 Skins£163.95 £144.95
Völkl V-Werks Mantra Skins£146.95 £139.95
Elan Ripstick Tour 104 Skins£172.95 £149.95
Völkl Rise Beyond 96 Skins£163.95 £146.95
Black Diamond Ascension Nylon STS Ski Skins£129.95
G3 Alpinist+ 115mm Universal Ski Skins£209.95 £149.95
Scott Skins for Superguide 88 Skis£159.95
G3 Skin Tail Connectors For Twin Tip Ski/Splitboards£25.95 £24.95
BCA Hybrid Ski Skin£137.95 £134.95
Black Diamond Ski Skin Tail Kit£16.95 £14.95
G3 Minimist Speed 100mm Ski Skins£189.95 £149.95
G3 Alpinist+ 100mm Universal Ski Skins£209.95 £134.95
BCA Skin Cleaning Spray£32.95 £31.95
Black Crows Pilus Ova Freebird Skins£199.95
Scott Skins for Superguide Free Tour Skis£172.95
Scott Skins for Proguide 96 Skis£154.95
BCA Skin Wax£6.95
Black Crows Pilus Solis Freebird Skins£209.95
G3 Escapist 100mm Universal Ski Skin£174.95
Scott Skins for Pure Tour Skis£163.95
G3 Tip & Tail Connector Kit£32.95 £31.95
Black Diamond Glidelite Mix STS Ski Skins£174.95
Black Crows Pilus Corvus Freebird Skins£179.95 £139.95
G3 Escapist 120mm Universal Ski Skin£172.95 £139.95
G3 Skin Wax Kit£22.95 £18.95
G3 Minimist Glide 100mm Ski Skins£189.95 £149.95
G3 Escapist Tip Kit£32.95
G3 Minimist Glide 115mm Ski Skins£189.95 £144.95
BCA Hybrid Skins£169.95
Climb the Mountains with Touring Ski Skins
When skiers venture outside the ski resorts and there are no chairlifts in sight, they have to make their own way uphill on their skis. Touring ski skins are the magical equipment that lets you climb uphill without sliding backward. They are made with mohair or nylon fibers that are positioned directionally to glide and grip at the right times. They grip the snow when pushed backward and glide over the snow when sliding forwards.
Touring skins, also known as backcountry ski skins, are placed on the bottom of the skis and attached with skin clips at the tips and tails and/or adhesive that sticks to the bases.
What Size Climbing Ski Skins Do I Need?
When choosing the size of your climbing skins, you need to know the length and width of the skis they are for. The skins should be a little shorter and narrower than the skis measurements to maximize their grip on the snow. Some ski skins are made for a range of ski lengths, as the skin clips can be adjusted. If your ski length lays within the given range, then it would be a suitable skin length to get. This information can usually be found in the product's specifications.
The skin width should be around 5 mm narrower than the widest part of the skis. If the skins are too wide, they will be too close to the metal edge of the skis, and can easily get damaged. The skin width measurement can be found in the specifications, product title, or by matching the skins to the exact ski model they were designed for.
Can I Shorten Ski Skins?
It is very common for skiers to cut skins to the appropriate size. This way, you don’t need to worry about finding the perfect-sized pair of skins to match your skis. A trimming tool is included with many models that you can use to cut the skins to the size of your choice.
If you are looking for some more backcountry products for your adventures in the mountains, check out, Ski Touring Accessories.