Basic grip wax from Rex. Red Silver 2ºC to 0ºC Great for warm temperatures. Red 1ºC to -1ºC Red kick wax for zero conditions. When mixed or used as a coating for klisters, gives great protection against icing on new or loose snow. Purple 0ºC to -2ºC Below-zero-temperature wax, which is used in race waxing as a coating for PowerGrip Green. A secure choice for recreational skiers. Blue Special -1ºC to -4ºC A bit softer and more gripping than Blue (115) for milder frosts. Provides a good grip even on hard and worn track. Blue -2ºC to -8ºC The king of grip waxes! A classic that has been in production for decades, still remaining relevant. In Finland Rex Blue has gained a legendary reputation, just ask any finnish skier! It is used widely as a universal grip wax on cold temperatures. Its grip and glide properties can be adjusted by the thickness of the wax layer. The colder the weather, the thinner the layer. Tar Universal -1ºC to -25ºC Excellent wax for skiers who are looking for simplicity in their waxing, as well as for racing skiers. Despite it’s "Universal" name it's a fully proven race wax, especially at mild frosts (-1…-8°C).
$8.00 - $12.00
Start synthetic kick waxes suitable for both old and new snow. The Base wax improves the durability of the waxing. • Base Wax – for normal snow conditions. • Base Wax Extra – for coarse grained and wearing conditions.
Swix V-line Grip Wax. Here are some of the specs about the different kick waxes: V20 Green New fallen snow:-8°C to -15°C (18°F to 5°F). Transformed fine grained snow:-10°C to -18°C (12°F to 0°F). The well known cold snow wax, used for more than fifty years, has been modernized several times with new components. V30 Blue New fallen snow:-2°C to -10°C (28°F to 14°F). Transformed fine grained snow:-5°C to -15°C (23°F to 5°F). Another truly classic Swix wax. To be used on moderate cold snow when skiing is at its best. V40 Blue Extra New fallen snow:-1°C to -7°C (30°F to 19°F). Transformed fine grained snow:-3°C to -10°C (27°F to 12°F). When this stuff is on, even the most die-hard skaters have got to put on classic skis! It doesn't get any better. V45 Violet Special New fallen snow:0°C to -3°C (32°F to 27°F). Transformed fine grained snow:-2°C to -6°C (28°F to 21°F). Also a very frequently used wax, both in racing and touring. When Blue Extra becomes somewhat slippery, a thin layer of Violet Special probably is the right wax. V50 Violet New fallen snow:0°C (32°F). Transformed fine grained snow:-1°C to -3°C (30°F to 27°F). For many years a secret weapon in the wax-box of World Cup Servicemen. To be used when the snow is in a stage going from cold to wet, around freezing (32°F). V55 Red Special New fallen snow:+1°C to 0°C (34°F to 32°F). Transformed fine grained snow:0°C to -2°C (32°F to 28°F). For moist new snow up to +1°C (34°F) and down to -2°C (28°F) in older more transformed granular snow. V60 Red/Silver New fallen snow:+3°C to 0°C (38°F to 32°F). Transformed fine grained snow:+1°C to -1°C (34°F to 30°F). For wet snow up to +3°C (38°F) and down to -1°C (30°F) in older more transformed granular snow. Apply thicker the warmer it is to secure grip.
RODE KICK WAXES - Rode Wax is some of the best kick wax around! Rode P10 Alaska Kick Wax - For very cold, powdery fine grained snow in temperatures that are not variable. Snow temp -15 to -22C ( 5 to -8F) . Rode P15 Special Green Kick Wax - For cold, new snow in temperatures ranging from -10° to -20° C (+14° to --4° F). Rode P20 Green Kick Wax - Grip wax for fresh and fine-grained snow. The light and cold stuff! Snow temps -4 to -10C (25 to 14F). Rode P28 Blue Super Weiss Kick Wax - More good stuff in the the blue range! Snow temp -1 to -4C (30 to 24F) and mid humidity rising. Rode P30 Blue Kick Wax - For new snow, fine-grained snow with temperature between -2° and -6° C (28 to 21F). This is your blue sky, nice new snow wax. Rode P32 Blue Super Kick Wax - In the blue range in snow just a bit warmer than Blue P30 and you hit this wax dead on. -1 to -3C (30 to 26F). Rode P34 Blue II Kick Wax - For new or fine-grained snow in that "I'm glad to be a classic skier" range. -2 to -8C (28 to 17F) Rode P36 Blue Special Multigrade Kick Wax - For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation. Snow temp -3 to -7C (26 to 19F) in snow that is variable because of weather or in and out of shade. Rode P38 Blue Super Extra Kick Wax - For new and fine-grained snow when the humidity is a bit higher. Snow temps -1 to -5C (30 to 23F) Rode P40 Viola Kick Wax - For new and fine-grained snow right around freezing. (especially on the cold side of freezing). 0C (32F) Rode P42 Viola Extra Kick Wax - For new snow, wet snow with snow temperature between 0° and +1° C (32 to 33F) Rode P46 Viola Special Multigrade Kick Wax - For new snow or fine grained snow at beginning of transformation. Variable due to temp change. 0 to -2C (32 to 28F). Rode P50 Rossa Kick Wax - For new snow, wet snow with temperature between 0° and +3° C. Rode P52 Rot Extra Kick Wax – For new and fine grained snow in stable conditions. Snow temp 0 to +2C (32 to 35F) Rode P60 Yellow Kick Wax - For new snow, very wet snow with temperature between 0° and +4° C. Rode P70 Base Nera Kick Wax - Base for hard waxes to spread in a thin film with temperature between -2° and-20° C. Rode Kick Wax Nera (Base Binder) - A kick wax binder that helps hold your wax to the base in abrasive conditions. -2 to -20C.
Start synthetic kick waxes suitable for both old and new snow. The Base wax improves the durability of the waxing. 45g Yellow +3°...+1°C (37°...34°F) 0%...55% Humidity Purple +1°...-3°C (34°...27°F) 0%...55% Humidity Blue -2°...-6°C (28°...21°F) 0%...55% Humidity Green -5°...-10°C (23°...14°F) 0%...55% Humidity
Start Tar kick waxes for new and fine snow. Suitable for use as kickwax for hobbyist in all snow conditions. 45g Yellow +2°...0°C (36°...32°F) 55%...75% Humidity Purple 0°...0°C (32°...32°F) 55%...75% Humidity Red 0°...-3°C (32°...27°F) 55%...75% Humidity Blue -2°...-7°C (28°...19°F) 55%...75% Humidity Green -7°...-12°C (19°...10°F) 55%...75% Humidity
A line of fluorinated grip waxes optimized for the requirements of classic racing, which means usually either double poling of aggressively "running" uphill. Frequently used in World Cup races by many national teams. When you are looking for a race-day grip wax with best possible gliding properties, ProGrip is the correct choice! Recommended to be used in especially in wet and moist conditions when fluor reduces icing and improves gliding properties. Red 1ºC to -1ºC Rex’s legendary "one to one". This is an unique wax for demanding conditions around 0°C. Can be used as an alternative for klisters with excellent anti-ice properties. One of Rex’s most popular grip waxes. Makes a good combination with Universal klister. Purple -1ºC to -3ºC The choice for mild frosts. At its best on moist snow. Makes a great cover for purple klister on coarse snow. Blue -2ºC to -8ºC The legendary Rex blue spiced up with a pinch of fluor. Works on all conditions below zero. Green -8ºC to -15ºC The coldest wax in the collection to be used in all snow conditions. This can also be used as a cover for ProGrip Blue.
Nordic Gripwax from Toko. - Practical packaging: the wax can be twisted out like a deoderant stick. Green Base Wax 10ºC to -30ºC Used as a base for other grip wax layers and increases abrasion resistance. Yellow 0ºC to -2ºC Snow Temperature Can be used as a grip wax for damp snow falls as well as gritty, loose old snow. Is also used during the transition from dry to wet conditions just before using klister. Red -2ºC to -10ºC Very universal grip wax for new snow, old snow and artificial snow in the stated temperature range. Blue -7ºC to -30ºC Grip wax for cold, dry conditions as well as hard-pressed, compact snow. X-Cold -12ºC to -30ºC Grip wax for extremely cold conditions.
- Kick wax binders are recommended for long races and abrasive snow conditions. - VG 30 is ideal for new and newly transformed, fine grain snow in a temp range +1 to -20C. - VG35 is a bee's wax base binder that is tough, but remains flexible when it is very cold. For cold transformed (granular) snow where wear on the wax will be high. Snow temps -1 to -22C.
Swix VR Fluorinated Kick waxes and grip wax. VR30 Light Blue New fallen snow: -7ºC to -20ºC (19ºF to -4ºF). Transformed fine grained snow: -10ºC to -30ºC (14ºF to -22ºF). Designed for cold to extremely cold conditions. VR40 Blue Can you say kick's like a mule? New fallen snow:-2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F). Transformed fine grained snow:-4°C to -12°C (25°F to 10°F). For normal, subfreezing temperatures. VR45 Flexi Light Violet New fallen snow:0°C to -2°C (32°F to 28°F). Transformed fine grained snow:-2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F). A flexible wax for temperatures around freezing and colder. VR50 Violet Not too shabby at 32 degrees and snowing! New fallen snow:+1°C to 0°C (34°F to 32°F). Transformed fine grained snow:0°C to -4°C (32°F to 25°F). Designed for moist to dry snow around freezing 0°C (32°F). When used below freezing, high humidity is required. VR55 Silver/Violet New fallen snow:+2°C to 0°C (36°F to 32°F). Transformed fine grained snow:0°C to -3°C (32°F to 27°F). For slightly moist new snow around freezing 0°C (32°F), and for older transformed snow: below freezing. It gives excellent kick without sacrificing glide. VR60 Silver New fallen snow:+2°C to 0°C (36°F to 32°F). Transformed fine grained snow:+1°C to -2°C (34°F to 28°F). Designed for wet snow with little water content. When used below freezing high humidity is required.VR65 Red/Yellow/Silver New fallen snow: 0ºC to +3ºC (32ºF to 38ºF). Transformed fine grained snow: +1ºC to -1ºC (34ºF to 30ºF). For moist snow. Excellent wax on fresh slightly wet to moist snow. VR70 Red Klister Wax Like Klister in a tin! When you are hopelessly holding onto the idea that you don't need klister, try this stuff. New fallen snow:+1°C to +3°C (34°F to 38°F). Transformed fine grained snow:0°C to +2°C (32°F to 36°F). For wet and moist new snow. Works also on wet transformed snow: down to 0°C (32°F). Apply thicker if very wet. VR75 Soft Yellow Klisterwax New fallen snow:+2°C to +5°C (36°F to 41°F). For wet snow, glazy tracks. Must be applied evenly
Rode Wax - Fast Flourinated Grip Wax Rode FP36 Blue Special Kick Wax - For new snow, fine-grained snow with temperature between -3° and -7° C and humidity above 70%. Called a Blue wax, it is really Pink. Rode FP32 Blue Super Kick Wax - For new snow, fine-grained snow with temperature between -1° and -3° and humidity above 70%. Use this as a final layer for extra speed. Rode FP46 Violet Special Kick Wax - For new snow, fine-grained snow with temperature between 0° and -2° and humidity above 70%. A fast final layer on any wax in this range. Rode FP52 Red Extra Kick Wax - For new snow, fine-grained snow with temperature between 0° and +2° and humidity above 70%. When what you have on kicks well, but is a little draggy, use this as a last layer to speed things up.
- Rode's new Top Line kick waxes are high performance. - Wax formula specially created for the World Cup. - Ideal for fresh and fine-grained snow. VO: 0 to -2C VPS: 0 to -1C VXPS: 0C
Specialty grip waxes that combine the best properties of klisters and synthetic grip waxes. Ideal for marathon skiers and long distances due to their outstanding durability and ability to adjust to prevailing conditions because of their thermoreactive ingredients. - Long distance optimized - Durable and powerful grip - Thermo-reactive ingredients Purple 3ºC to -5ºC For icy, coarse, and extremely hard tracks. In temperatures around 0°C it can be used instead of klisters. For new and falling snow apply a thin layer. Blue -4ºC to -10ºC One of the best grip waxes on the market. Extremely durable for all icy and old snow conditions. For new snow, apply a thinner layer. Works also relatively well on moist snow. Green -10ºC to -20ºC The king of PowerGrip waxes! An unbeatable grip wax for cold conditons. Same properties as on PowerGrip Blue, but for colder temperatures. Excellent base wax for racing.
- Oslo Racing kick waxes are used by many racers on the World Cup circuit for snow conditions common in Norway. - Kick waxes for coarse grained and aggressive snow. - 45g. Purple +2° to -3°C (36° to 27°F) Blue -2° to -8°C (28° to 18°F) Green -7° to -15°C (19° to 5°F)
New Start Racing Fluor line is a fluorinated kick wax line. Suitable for use as kick wax alone, or as a finishing wax applied on top of kick wax. 45g Yellow +3°...+1°C (37°...34°F) 55%...100% Humidity Purple +2°...-2°C (36°...28°F) 55%...100% Humidity Red -1°...-5°C (30°...23°F) 55%...100% Humidity Blue -4°...-10°C (25°...14°F) 55%...100% Humidity
- The Swix Gunde Wax Kit contains everything you need to get out on classic skis. - Includes V40 Blue Extra, V45 Violet Special, V55 Red Special kick waxes and a synthetic cork inside a handy bag.
- High performance kick wax with high fluor content. - Can be used with new and old snow. - 45g VX43 New snow 0°C/-2°C, Old snow-2°C/-8°C VX53 New snow 0°C/+1°C, Old snow 0°C/-3°C
- The handy Swix XC wax kit has everything you need to get started with Nordic skiing. - A complete wax kit for the recreational skier classic skier. - Includes glide wax, kick wax, klister for a range of conditions. - Convenient zippered travel case with adjustable strap for carrying. - Great gift for those starting to cross country ski. - Full kit includes: V40, V50, V60 kick waxes, K22 klister, F4 glide wax, sandpaper cork, base cleaner, fiberlene towel, and scraper.
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