Nordica Hell & Back Climbing Skins

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Nordica - Hell & Back Climbing Skins
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The Nordica Hell & Back Climbing Skins are precut to fit the Hell & Back skis. Made by Hightrail in Switzerland, this skin uses a silicone backing rather than glue and is 100% waterproof and double edge-sealed for lasting performance. Each skin is precut for a specific sidecut; you trim the length for your skis.

Product Details


In addition to specifically designed cores, the sidecountry skis are paired with pre-cut skins to size and sidecut further making this ultimate set up for Hike 2 Ride


Made specifically for the Nordica Hell & Back skis


  • Warranty: 2 Years More 

Other Notes

Nordica products can only be shipped within the United States



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Nordica Hell & Back Climbing Skins

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I am pleased.


from Steamboat Springs, CO

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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  • Easy to get on and off
  • Great traction
  • Rugged


    Best Uses

    • Alpine Touring

    Comments about Nordica Hell & Back Climbing Skins:

    I have been using these skins for about a month now in springtime backcountry conditions and they still look brand new. These skins are durable so skinning across the occasional exposed branch is no problem. The traction is fantastic (although there's almost too much traction when moving forward). Let's see, they're pretty light, cause a cool neon green reflection on the snow, and are very easy to put on and off. My only real concern with these skins is that with the sticky side that attaches to the ski, if it's a really cold day and you get snow on that side, they will not stick to the ski at all. I've tried putting them on and climbing with them anyway, but it does not work. The only solution is to warm them up until the snow on the sticky side melts. However, I've found that as long as I do not drop them in the snow, I do not run into this problem. Overall, I am pleased.

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