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- Start Base kick waxes improve the durability of your kick wax. - Easy to use and can be ironed or corked into the base. - Base Wax is formulated for normal snow conditions. - Base Wax Extra is extremely hard and for coarse grained and abrasive conditions. - 45g stick.
- The Tar is Start's pine tar kick wax line. - Works best in new and fine grain snow. - The tar is water repellent and helps to minimize icing. - Suitable for recreational use in all snow conditions. - 45g stick. Yellow Temperature: 0°C to +2°C (32°F to 36°F) Humidity: 55-75% Purple Temperature: -0.5°C to +0.5°C (31°F to 33°F) Humidity: 55-75% Red Temperature: -3°C to 0°C (27°F to 32°F) Humidity: 55-75% Blue Temperature: -7°C to -2°C (19°F to 28°F) Humidity: 55-75% Green Temperature: -12°C to -7°C (10°F to 19°F) Humidity: 55-75% Black Temperature: -30°C to -10°C (-22°F to 14°F) Humidity: 55-75%
- Nordic Gripwax from Toko. - Practical packaging: the wax can be twisted out like a deoderant stick. - 25g stick. Green Base Temperature: -30ºC to +10ºC (-22ºF to 50ºF) Used as a base for other grip wax layers and increases abrasion resistance. Yellow Temperature: -2ºC to 0ºC (28ºF to 32ºF) Can be used as a grip wax for damp, new snow as well as gritty, loose old snow. Also used during the transition from dry to wet conditions just before using klister. Red Temperature: -10ºC to -2ºC (14ºF to 28ºF) Very universal grip wax for new snow, old snow and artificial snow. Blue Temperature: -30ºC to -7ºC (-22ºF to 19ºF) Grip wax for cold, dry conditions as well as hard-pressed, compact snow. X-Cold Temperature: -30ºC to -12ºC (-22ºF to 10ºF) Grip wax for extremely cold conditions.
- Rex's line of fluorinated kick 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. - A great race-day grip wax with excellent gliding properties. - Recommended for use in especially in wet and moist conditions when fluor reduces icing and improves gliding properties. Red Temperature: -1ºC to +1ºC (30ºF to 34ºF) Rex’s legendary "one to one" kick wax. A unique wax for demanding conditions around 0°C. Can be used as an alternative for klisters with excellent anti-ice properties. Makes a good combination with Universal klister. Purple Temperature: -3ºC to -1ºC (27ºF to 30ºF) The choice for mild frosts. At its best on moist snow. Makes a great cover for purple klister on coarse snow. Blue Temperature: -8ºC to -2ºC (18ºF to 28ºF) The legendary Rex blue spiced up with a pinch of fluor. Works on all conditions below zero. Green Temperature: -15ºC to -8ºC (5ºF to 18ºF) The coldest wax in the collection to be used in all snow conditions. This can also be used as a cover for Pro Grip Blue.
- Toko's ergonomic T8 wax iron enables easy waxing in all directions. - Precise temperature adjustment from 100 °C to 160 °C. - Extra-strong aluminum pressure cast plate for ideal heat storage. - Curved rhomboid plate structure improves the distribution of the wax and compression. - 800W 110V.
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.
- High performance kick wax with high fluor content from Swix. - Designed for World Cup racing, it provides grip with minimal drag. - Can be used with new and old snow. - Excellent in high humidity. - Also helps prevent icing. - Ideal performance when used as a top layer of kick wax. - 45g stick. VX43 New snow: -2°C to 0°C (28°F to 32°F) Old snow: -8°C to -2°C (18°F to 28°F) VX53 New snow: 0°C to +1°C (32°F to 34°F) Old snow: -3°C to 0°C (27°F to 32°F) VX63 New snow: 0°C to +2°C (32°F to 36°F) Old snow: -4°C to 0°C (25°F to 32°F)
- Kick wax binders are recommended for long races and abrasive snow conditions. - Used as a base for condition-specific kick wax. - Rub on and iron in, then cork smooth. - 45g stick. VG30 Temperature: -20°C to +1°C (-4°F to 30°F) Ideal for new and newly transformed, fine grain snow. VG35 Temperature: -22°C -1°C (-8°F to 30°F) For cold transformed (granular) snow where wear on the wax will be high.
- 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. - Can be applied with an iron to increase speed at the cost of a little grip. - On very abrasive snow or to cover long distances it is recommended to apply a base that allows the wax to adhere to the ski longer. - Made in Italy. - 45g stick. VO: Southern Europe (Drier Snow): -2ºC to 0ºC (28ºF to 32ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -5ºC to -3ºC (23ºF to 27ºF) VPS: Southern Europe (Drier Snow): -1ºC to 0ºC (30ºF to 32ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -4ºC to -2ºC (25ºF to 28ºF) VXPS: Southern Europe (Drier Snow): 0ºC (32ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -3ºC to 0ºC (27ºF to 32ºF)
- Swix's popular "V" line of hard kick waxes. - Good wax for recreational skiing, training, and racing at a reasonable price. - 45g stick. V20 Green New snow:-15°C to -8°C (5°F to 18°F) Old transformed snow: -18°C to -10°C (0°F to 14°F) The well known cold snow wax, used for more than fifty years! V30 Blue New snow: -10°C to -2°C (14°F to 28°F) Old transformed snow: -15°C to -5°C (5°F to 23°F) Another truly classic Swix wax. To be used on moderate cold snow when skiing is at its best. V40 Blue Extra New snow: -7°C to -1°C (19°F to 30°F) Old transformed snow:-10°C to -3°C (14°F to 27°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 snow: -3°C to 0°C (27°F to 32°F) Old transformed snow: -6°C to -2°C (21°F to 28°F) Also a very frequently used wax, both in racing and touring. When Blue Extra becomes somewhat slippery, a thin layer of Violet Special is probably the right wax. V50 Violet New snow: 0°C (32°F) Old transformed snow: -3°C to -1°C (27°F to 30°F) To be used when the snow is transitioning from cold to wet, around freezing. V55 Red Special New snow: 0°C to +1°C (32°F to 34°F) Old transformed snow: -2°C to 0°C (28°F to 32°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 snow: 0°C to +3°C (32°F to 38°F) Old transformed snow: -1°C to +1°C (30°F to 34°F) For warm wet snow. Can be used down to -1°C (30°F) in older more transformed granular snow. Apply thicker the warmer it is to secure grip.
- Oslo Racing kick waxes are used by many racers on the World Cup circuit. - Designed for snow conditions commonly found in Norway. - Ideal for coarse grained and aggressive snow. - 45g stick. Purple -3°C to +2°C (27°F to 36°F) Blue -8°C to -2°C (18°F to 28°F) Green -15°C to -7°C (5°F to 19°F)
- Powerful digital waxing device for professional use from Toko. - The ergonomic design enables waxing in all directions. - Infinite temperature adjustment from 100 °C to 160 °C - Inbuilt microprocessor to control temperature fluctuations. - Extra strong aluminum pressure cast plate for ideal heat storage. - The plate has a curved rhomboid structure that improves the distribution of the wax and compression. - 1200W.
- Start's RF (Racing Fluor) is their fluorinated kick wax line. - Can be used as kick wax alone, or as a finishing wax applied on top of kick wax. - Ideal for when humidity is 55-100%. - 45g stick. Yellow Temperature: +1°C to +3°C (34°F to 37°F) Purple Temperature: -2°C to +2°C (28°F to 36°F) Red Temperature: -5°C to -1°C (23°F to 30°F) Blue Temperature: -10°C to -4°C (14°F to 25°F)
- Swix's VR hard kick-waxes are fluorinated for top performance. - Excellent kick and glide properties are great for racing or training. - 45g stick. VR30 Light Blue New snow: -20ºC to -7ºC (-4ºF to 19ºF). Old transformed snow: -30ºC to -10ºC (-22ºF to 14ºF). Designed for cold to extremely cold conditions. VR40 Blue New snow: -8°C to -2°C (18°F to 28°F). Old transformed snow: -12°C to -4°C (10°F to 25°F). For normal, subfreezing temperatures. VR45 Light Violet New snow: -2°C to 0°C (28°F to 32°F). Old transformed snow: -8°C to -2°C (18°F to 28°F). A flexible wax for temperatures around freezing and colder. VR50 Violet New snow:0°C to +1°C (32°F to 34°F). Old transformed snow: -4°C to 0°C (25°F to 32°F). Designed for moist to dry snow around freezing. When used below freezing, high humidity is required. VR55N Violet New snow: 0°C to +2°C (32°F to 36°F). Old transformed snow: -3°C to 0°C (27°F to 32°F). For slightly moist new snow around freezing and for older transformed snow below freezing. VR60 Silver New snow: 0°C to +2°C (32°F to 36°F). Old transformed snow: -2°C to +1°C (28°F to 34°F). Designed for wet snow with little water content. When used below freezing high humidity is required. VR62 Red/Yellow New snow: 0°C to +3°C (32°F to 38°F). Old transformed snow: -2°C to +1°C (28°F to 34°F). For moist and fine grained snow. VR65 Red/Yellow/Silver New snow: 0ºC to +3ºC (32ºF to 38ºF). Old transformed snow: -1ºC to +1ºC (30ºF to 34ºF). Excellent wax on fresh slightly wet to moist snow. Can be used below freezing in high humidity on old fine-grained snow. VR70 Red New snow: +1°C to +3°C (34°F to 38°F). Old transformed 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 freezing. Apply thicker if very wet. When you are hopelessly holding onto the idea that you don't need klister, try this stuff. VR75 Yellow New fallen snow:+2°C to +5°C (36°F to 41°F). For wet snow, glazy tracks. Must be applied evenly. For use in tracks only.
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- Fluorinated fast kick wax from Rode. - Performs best in high humidity conditions. - Made in Italy. - 45g stick. - Sold individually. FP32 Blue Super Temperature: -3°C to -1°C (27°F to 30°F) For new snow, fine-grained snow. Use this as a final layer for extra speed. FP36 Blue Special Temperature: -7°C to -3°C (19°F to 27°F) For new snow, fine-grained snow. FP46 Violet Special Temperature: -2°C to 0°C (28°F to 32°F) For new snow, fine-grained snow. FP52 Red Extra Temperature: 0°C to +2°C (32°F to 36°F) For new snow, fine-grained snow. When what you have on kicks well, but is a little draggy, use this as a last layer to speed things up.
- Performance digital wax iron developed both for nordic, alpine and snowboard use. - Ergonomic handle and a convenient temperature adjustment wheel. - Digital temperature display for easy, accurate readings. - Thick metal plate ensures stable, even heating. - Features thick film type heating element that allows the wax iron to heat up fast and evenly, and maintain a more constant temperature. - Temperature adjustment from 80°C to 180°C. - Output: 1000 W.
- The T77 Iron is a good value iron that works well for both alpine and nordic skis. - Ergonomic body for easy use. - Wide metal plate that suits both alpine, snowboard and nordic. - Angled at one side to make it easier to keep a constant speed when melting the wax. - Thick metal plate ensures a stable heating. - Plate dimensions: 100 x 160mm. - 110 Volt, 800 Watt.
- The Swix Travel Profile Kit can be easily put in your travel wax box for those races away from home. - Three piece aluminum profile is light and easy to transport. - Sets up very quickly and hassle free. - Securely affixes to almost any wax bench. - Binding pin attachment is wider (60mm) than the original T00785 to accommodate wider backcountry bindings.
- Folding legs for Swix nordic waxing profiles. - Fits Swix T0793, T0794 and T0769 profiles. - Now with two stabilizer arms and stronger legs. - Tool free attachment and detachment. - Folding for easy transport and storage. - Sold as pair.
- Swix Quick Klisters are a great option for touring skiers searching for fast and convenient wax with reliable kick performance. - Ideal for applying when you need more wax on the trail. - Quick and easy application: push the applicator against the base in the kick zone and rub out. - 150ml/5 fl. oz. K65 Universal -5ºC to +10ºC (23ºF to 50ºF) K70 Red 0°C to +15°C (32°F to 59°F) For very wet granular snow
- Toko Nordic Grip Spray makes classic waxing easier than ever before. - Adapts intelligently to different snow conditions. - Skiers no longer need to worry about grip wax or klister conditions and in no time at all have a long-lasting grip film with optimal adhesion. - Spray it on, cork it back up and hit the trails! - 70ml. Yellow -2ºC to 10ºC Specially for coarse, extremely wet snow, as a supplement to GripSpray universal. For damp to wet snow conditions and warm temperatures. Red -7ºC to -2ºC For all types and temperatures of snow. Blue -30ºC to -7ºC For coarse, icy snow.
- Top Line is Rode's high performance klister wax. - Created especially for the World Cup at the request of national teams. - Fluorinated to provide extra speed while still maintaining good grip. - Apply on the ski base and spread with your hand or a cork. - 60g tube. K3 0ºC to +3ºC (32ºF to 37ºF) Works best in humid conditions on natural, artificial, and transformed snow. KM3 -6ºC to +6ºC (21ºF to 43ºF) For a wide range of temperatures on natural, artificial, transformed, old, icy or coarse grained snow. KR3 -2ºC to +4ºC (28ºF to 4ºF) For just below freezing to warm conditions on natural, artificial, transformed, old, icy or coarse grained snow.
- Rode Kick Wax is some of the most popular kick wax around. - Comes in a multitude of variations to cover all snow conditions. - Easy application: rub on then polish in with a cork. - 45g stick. P10 Alaska Temperature: -22°C to -15°C (-8°F to +5°F) For very cold, powdery fine grained snow in temperatures that are not variable. P15 Special Green Temperature: -30°C to -10°C (-22°F to +14°F) For very cold, new snow. P20 Green Southern Europe (Drier Snow): -10ºC to -4ºC (14ºF to 25ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -15ºC to -7ºC (5ºF to 19ºF) Grip wax for fresh and fine-grained snow. The light and cold stuff! P28 Blue Super Weiss Southern Europe (Drier Snow): -4ºC to -1ºC (25ºF to 30ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -7ºC to -3ºC (19ºF to 27ºF) Good when conditions are getting more humid. P30 Blue 1 Temperature: -6ºC to -2ºC (21ºF to 28ºF) This is your blue sky, nice new, fine-grained snow wax. P32 Blue Super Southern Europe (Drier Snow): -3ºC to -1ºC (27ºF to 30ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -10ºC to -3ºC (14ºF to 27ºF) For snow just a bit warmer than P30 Blue and you hit this wax dead on. P34 Blue 2 Temperature: -8ºC to -2ºC (18ºF to 28ºF) For new or fine-grained snow in that "I'm glad to be a classic skier" range. P36 Blue Special Multigrade Southern Europe (Drier Snow): -7ºC to -3ºC (19ºF to 27ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -12ºC to -5ºC (10ºF to 23ºF) For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation. Good in snow that is variable because of weather or in and out of shade. P38 Blue Super Extra Southern Europe (Drier Snow): -5ºC to -1ºC (23ºF to 30ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -10ºC to -3ºC (14ºF to 27ºF) For new and fine-grained snow when the humidity is a bit higher. P40 Violet Southern Europe (Drier Snow): 0ºC (32ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -4ºC to -2ºC (25ºF to 30ºF) For new and fine-grained snow right around freezing. (especially on the cold side of freezing). P42 Viola Extra Southern Europe (Drier Snow): 0ºC to +1ºC (32ºF to 34ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -3ºC to 0ºC (27ºF to 32ºF) For new snow and wet snow. P46 Viola Multigrade Southern Europe (Drier Snow): -2ºC to 0ºC (28ºF to 32ºF) Northern Europe (Wetter Snow): -5ºC to -3ºC (23ºF to 27ºF) For new snow or fine grained snow at beginning of transformation. P50 Rossa Temperature: 0°C to +3°C (32ºF to 37ºF) For new, wet snow. P52 Rot Extra Temperature: 0°C to +2°C (32ºF to 36ºF) For new and fine grained snow in stable conditions. P60 Yellow Temperature: 1°C to 4°C (34ºF to 39ºF) For new snow and very wet snow. P70 Black Base Temperature: -20°C to -2°C (-4ºF to 28ºF) Base for hard waxes to spread in a thin film for colder temperatures.
- Solda S-30 powder is a synthetic hydrocarbon base hardener for very cold, dry conditions. - Can also used as a base wax in cold, older snow. - When snow temperatures are cold S-30 often enhances glide and durability when mixed with the appropriate wax for the temperature. - Apply with an iron, scrape while it is still warm and do not brush. Then apply wax of the day over that and iron it together, then scrape and brush. - Sold in 40g container. Recommended for: Temperature: -34°C to -12°C (-29°F to 10°F) Humidity: 10-50%
- Rode's classic line of klister waxes. - Comes in a multitude of variations to cover all snow conditions. - Apply on the ski base and spread with your hand or a cork. - 60g tube. K10 Blue Special -14°C to -6°C (7°F to 21°F) For hard, icy or coarse-grained snow. Can also be used as a binder. K20 Blue -7°C to -3°C (19°F to 27°F) For hard, icy or coarse-grained snow. K30 Violet -3°C to +1°C (27°F to 34°F) For snow changing from icy to wet. K36 Violet Special -5°C to -1°C (23°F to 30°F) For transformed, icy or coarse-grained snow. K40 Rossa -2°C to +4°C (28°F to 39°F) For wet, fine or coarse-grained transformed snow, icy tracks. When the sun is out and you are in and out of the shade/sun. K46 Rossa Special 0°C to +3°C (32°F to 37°F) For transformed, old, icy and fine or coarse-grained snow K50 Silver 1°C to 5°C (34°F to 41°F) For new fallen, wet or very wet snow. Often used as a thin cover in rainy conditions. K52 Silver Extra 0°C to +4°C (32°F to 39°F) For wet, fine or coarse-grained snow, tracks with wet zone and dry zone. K60 Gialla 0°C to +2°C (32°F to 36°F) For new fallen (glazy), wet or very wet snow. K70 Universal 0°C (32°F) For all kinds of snow when the temperature is very close to freezing. K76 Multigrade -6°C to +6°C (21°F to 43°F) For wet, very wet, fine or coarse-grained snow, icy tracks. This is for when you are scratching your head, weather is changing and the race is about to start. K80 Nera -2°C to +5°C (28°F to 41°F) For wet, fine or coarse-grained snow, icy tracks. K90 Chola Grund Superb adhesive for all klister and stick wax. Use this as a binder for other klisters and kick waxes.
- Quality wax profile from Swix. - Suitable for both classic and skate skis. - Made from aluminum and plastic so it is light and easy to adjust. - Same profile in front and back for use both ways. - Fits skis from 150cm to 210cm. - Compatible with Swix T0079-1 legs or T0790-K clamps.
- Solda's Fluor Plus Dice is designed as a fluor booster for any other wax. - Used as a rub-on top coat when it seems that the wax is not running well. - It can enrich the fluoro content of low fluor waxes such as Solda F15. - Simple and easy to use, it is terrific for coaches or parents on a budget. - Runs in a wide temperature range. - Rub it directly on the ski base before the hot application of another wax. - Sold in 22g blocks.
$160.00 - $170.00
- Vauhti FC Blocks are high performance 100% Pure Fluorocarbon blocks. - Quick and easy to use and you don't have to worry about spills. - Can be used on top of quick glides, base waxes, fluorinated waxes or fluorocarbon powders. - Rub onto your ski, cork in, then brush. - For longer-lasting performance, a waxing iron can also be used to apply the wax. - Available in 20g blocks. FC Wet Temperature: -3°C to +10°C (27°F to 50°F) For all snow types. FC Mid Temperature: -6°C to 0°C (21°F to 32°F) Works best on new and damp snow. FC Cold Temperature: -20°C to -6°C (-4°F to 21°F) For all snow types, excellent in cold conditions to reduce dry friction. FC LDR Temperature: -20°C to +5°C (-4°F to 41°F) For all snow types, especially in old and man-made snow from cold to humid conditions. Excellent block for all kinds of general use, whatever the conditions or distances. A good choice to mix with quick glides as a block porridge.
- Solda's powder mix of HP05 and S-30. - A useful combination of two waxes that compliment each other and consistently work well together. - Solda HP05 is a fast fluorocarbon wax that repels dirt, is long-lasting, and adapts extremely well to changing conditions, like from cold to warmer snow. - Solda S-30 is a great base hardener for very cold snow and is often used as a base for HP05 when the overnight temperature is very low but is expected to warm up by race time. - A great option for races that involve cold and medium-cold snow and medium to low humidity (which can be among the trickiest conditions to wax for). - Available in two different combinations: 50/50% mix and 70/30% mix (70% HP05/30% S-30), which Solda now packages as HP07. - Sold in 20g powder container. 50/50 mix: -25°C to -10°C (-11°F to +14°F) Humidity: 25-80% Best for very cold snow that's warming up. HP07 (70/30 mix): -20°C to -6°C (-4°F to +21°F) Humidity: 35-90% Ideal for cold snow that's warming up or cold humid snow.
$16.00 - $85.00
- Solda Powerjet is a convenient solid wax that's great for rubbing onto your skis just before the start. - Quick and easy to use and you don't have to worry about spills. - Rub Powerjet onto your ski, cork in, then brush. - For longer-lasting performance, a waxing iron can also be used to apply the wax. - Available in 5g and 22g. - 5g size is good for waxing about 5-8 pairs of skis. - 22g size is good for about 30-50 pair of skis. - Also available in a convenient 5g 5-pack to cover all waxing conditions. PowerJet 1 Temperature: -10°C to +5°C (14°F to 41°F) Humidity: 60-100% A solid version of Solda Fluor 100, it is nearly 100% fluorocarbon. Very fast in warmer conditions in both old and new snow with high humidity. PowerJet 2 Temperature: -16°C to -2°C (3°F to 28°F) Humidity: 60-100% The colder companion to PowerJet 1. This solid fluoro shares many of the same performance characteristics of HP05. If the race morning temperature is very cold, but you expect it to warm up, we recommend corking in a layer of PowerJet 2 over a warmer wax to get you through those first few cold kilometers. PowerJet 3 Temperature: -24°C to -3°C (-11°F to 27°F) Humidity: 10-60% Non-fluorocarbon synthetic compound which is faster than fluoros in cold, dry snow. A perfect last-minute solution when you get to a race site and realize that you have waxed too warm. PowerJet 4 Temperature: -17°C to 0°C (1°F to 32°F) Humidity: 30-100% Has a wide range of use, making it an ideal option in almost all snow and humidity conditions. Use as top layer or as an under layer for fluorocarbon. PowerJet 5 Temperature: -2°C to +10°C (28°F to 50°F) Humidity: 60-100% Solid Fluor for very warm, wet, spring snow conditions.
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