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Top 13 Product Ratings

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Score Product Price Our Take
75
$210
Editors' Choice Award
Climbing skins inherently strike compromises; winner of our top award, it balances competing demands better than any other
72
$210
Top Pick Award
For skilled skinners and efficiency hounds on cold snow there are no better skins available
70
$210
Top Pick Award
You get exceptional glide, but pay for that with durability, grip, and some icing resistance
70
$235
Top Pick Award
Ultra light, low-maintenance, high performance skins for discerning users in specific applications
67
$225
The snow contact surface is perfectly tuned, while the glue is especially tenacious and the tail clip is a little moody, at best
61
$190
If you have Dynafit skis, these are the obvious and excellent choice of skins
59
$200
What we see so far is great, but we have some nagging doubts we’ll address with some more skiing
54
$180
Strikes a careful balance that is just right
53
$195
Best Buy Award
Threading the needle of compromise essential to climbing skins, this BD pair offers high end performance at a reasonable price
51
$185
Super light products are prone to performance and durability issues; grip and glide are average, but glue integrity and durability suffer
50
$194
Skins that don’t necessarily glide as well as the branding suggests, but likely work well overall for a significant portion of the market
49
$165
Rugged, good gripping skins for those with limited dollars and desiring a proven product over maximum performance
48
$200
Top Pick Award
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