Black Diamond Glue Renew Transfer

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Black Diamond Glue Renew Transfer - Black Diamond Glue Renew Transfer: This transfer allows you to remove old glue and revive tired skins to like-new status.


  • Glue is pre-applied to release paper for ready use
  • Includes two sheets
  • Heat-activated Glue Renew replaces worn skin adhesive and ensures best glue adhesion
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Bring your tired skins back to tacky life with Black Diamonds Glue Renew Transfer, remove the dirty, cat-hair covered old glue and apply new iron-on sticky.

When your climbing skins are starting to lose their stick, clean the old stuff off and replace it with the Black Diamond Glue Renew Transfer. In a few easy steps, you'll bring your old skins back to life so you don't have to spend your hard-earned cash on another pair.


Revive and preserve your tired skins with Black Diamond Glue Renew Transfer sheets.

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Activity:Backcountry skiing
Length:205 centimeters
Material Family:Synthetic
Weight:12 ounces
Width:85 millimeters
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Black Diamond Glue Renew Transfer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

works well tho takes time

Glad I did it, because skins had lots of life left in their plush side, though old glue was worn out. Followed instructions exactly, and also used flat razor blade as a squeegee to remove old glue after having heated it through brown paper. This cut the time needed, compared to repetitively applying fresh brown paper hoping to soak up old glue. It did, however, take just less than four hours to do both (wide) skins. I do use the cheat sheets, and am ready for several more seasons on these skins now.
uphillskier at REI on 01/01/2014

Negative Reviews:

Terrible and Frustrating Product

I've been doing my own equipment repair and maintenance with confidence for well over a decade and I can truly say that this is the worst product I have ever used. The glue film does not come off of the release sheets reliably, sometimes preferring to stick to one side, then the other, sometimes tearing where it was folded in the packaging. If it touches anything other than the correct side of the release sheet (such as a dangling back side of the loose end of the sheet) it will stick permanently. This doesn't even begin to cover all the problems I had. I did eventually succeed, but it took well over 5 hours, mostly spent fixing glue tears and goobers from poor sheet release. The resulting glue is extremely tacky and will take close to twice as much force to separate as when they were new. I suggest anyone considering using this product to use the liquid glue instead.
mnchur at REI on 03/03/2012