Nikwax Ski Skin Proof

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Reduces buildup of ice in fibers of natural and synthetic climbing skins.. Improves glide and extends life of skins.. 4.2 oz.

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Use sponge-on Nikwax Ski Skin Proof waterproofing solution to reinvigorate the DWR coating on your ski skins. Just like your rain coat, your skins come with a factory DWR (durable water repellency) coating. Over time wear and dirt prevents the DWR from working, Nikwax Ski Skin Proof is an easy way to breathe life back into soggy skins. Helps repel water, prevent saturation, reduces kick, and enhances glide Prevents the build-up of ice in the fibers of your skins Prolong the life and performance of your gear Safe for all types of ski skins; including mohair, nylon and mixed Waterbased, environmentally friendly, biodegradable, non-flammable, non-hazardous Can be used indoors unlike solvent based sprays Does not contain fluorocarbons

- OMCgear

Longlasting waterbased waterproofing for natural and synthetic climbing skins Enhances performance prevents build up of ice in fibers improves glide and extends wear life of skins Apply to either wet or dry skinsFeaturesAdds water repellency stops saturation reduces kick improves glidePrevents build up of ice in fibresProlongs life and performance of all skiskins


Nikwax Ski Skin Proofer stops your touring skins from becoming saturated with water, which adds weight to your stride and decreases your glide. Nikwax is a legend with folks who depend on water and weather proofing to get their jobs done, so you can feel confident that your skins are going to glide faster and repel all moisture.

- Mountain Gear

Nikwax Ski Skin Proof

currently retails for:
MSRP: $8.25

The Nikwax Ski Skin Proof is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2017 at

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