For new and old snow. The softest wax on HF -series. Compared to traditional warm condition HF gliders, the HF11 is relatively hard and not so oily wax. Easy to apply and extremely dirt repellent.
For all snow types. Developed for mild to medium frosts, the HF21 is our all time fastest HF glider! It is hard, but still easy to melt. Developed especially as an underlayer for fluoro powders, but works extremely well also as a final layer.
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All 11 of the Krystal hardwaxes. VG 35 Binder, VR30, 40, 45, 50, 55N, 60, 62, 65, 70, 75.
Making the "leap" from convenience waxes to hot waxing with an iron doesn't have to be complicated or expensive. This starter profile and iron kit complements our Hot Waxing Essentials Gift Pack for a complete wax room set-up. Included in the this gift pack: Toko's T8 Wax Iron ensures consistent temperatures vital protecting your skis. The 3-Piece Travel Profile provides a solid and stable work surface for ironing and scraping skis. Toko Nylon brush for brushing excess wax from the ski for the fastest possible skis! Individual Component Price: $220
All snow types, especially in old and man-made snow from cold to humid conditions. Excellent 100% fluorocarbon liquid for all kinds of general use, whatever the conditions or distances. Suitable for recreational skiers and juniors as all-purpose block to be used through winter.
Fluoro powder, suitable for all snow types, when humidity is >75%. SFR75 BLUE for temperature range 5F to 23F SFR30 RED for temperature range 23F to 41 F
100 % Fluorinated Speed Additive in the temperature range 5 F to 18 F Formulated for new, old and transformed snow, extremely effective in humid conditions Used over all cold waxes in the temperature range of 5 F to 18 F Most effective when used over HSF 10 Green & HSF 20 Tan as the base waxes. Works well over HSLF 10 Teal & HSLF 20 Blue. ?
Cold 22g Pure Fluoro Powder (12F to 28F): 100 % Fluorinated Speed Additive in the temperature range 12 to 28 F Formulated for new, old and transformed snow, extremely effective in humid conditions Very effective with all intermediate waxes in the temperature range of 12 F to 28 F Most effective when used at top coat for HSF 10 Green, HSF 20 Tan, & HSF 30 Salmon as the base waxes. Works well over HSLF 10 Teal, HSLF 20 Blue & HSLF 30 Red. Warm 22g Pure Fluoro Powder (25F to 45F): 100 % Fluorinated Speed Additive in the temperature range 25 F to 45 F Formulated for new, old and transformed snow, extremely effective in humid conditions Best used over all warm waxes in the temperature range of 25 F to 45 F Most effective when used over HSF 40 Bronze & HSF 30 Salmon as the base waxes. Works well over HSLF 40 Yellow, & HSLF 30 Red
63 (-4F to 23F): For old, fine and artificial snow. Fluoro powder from cold conditions to mid-frost. Contains graphite. 83 (10F to 28F): A sibling to “77”, the “83” is at its best when new snow begins to transform into older snow. A result of intensive powder R&D prior to Lahti 2017 World Championships, where it dominated during the cold days of the games. Completely new raw materials. Contains graphite. 77 (19F to 34F): “77” is the powder of choice for new snow. It has quickly became one of the best-selling powders from Rex! A constant powder test winner when the snow is new and relatively dry. “77” was a result of intensive powder R&D prior to Lahti 2017 World Championships. Made of completely new raw materials. Does not contain graphite or molybdene.
Cera F Powders are 100% fluorocarbon. These waxes have a unique combination of characteristics for providing: -Very high degree of purity -Very low surface tension -Friction reducing lubricating power -Exceptional water repellency -High resistance to dirt and oils -Chemical inertness and stability -Thermal stability Cera F Waxes do not contain CFCs and are not harmful to the environment. *Ski bases melt at 150C so apply this wax with a good iron and move quickly. Don't linger on the base! FC4X: Temperature range: -4F to 14F. Recommended iron temp: 165C (329F) A cold powder that works great in all snow conditions working to minimize dry friction. This powder is new to the Cera Nova X line . It's been well tested over the last few years and has proven itself in cold conditions at world cup destinations. The wax of choice in low temperatures. Suggested base waxes are HF4X, HF4BWX or LF4X . FC5X: Temperature range: 5F to 27F. Recommended iron temp: 160C (320F). An absolute winner in cold conditions! Tests have shown best results in transformed and old snow, but it can also be used with great result in new snow. Easy to apply with a lower melting point. Suggested base waxes are HF5X, HF5BWX or LF5X . FC6X: Temperature range: 14F to 30F. Recommended iron temp: 165C (329F). A powder for new and fine-grained snow, but is also performing well in transformed snow. It's lower melting point makes it easier to apply. Suggested base waxes are HF6X, HF6BWX or LF6X . FC7X: Temperature range: 21F to 36F. Recommended iron temp: 160C (320F). A powder developed for normal winter conditions from around freezing and colder. On the cold side this powder performs well until you have a "suction" feeling in the track, then the FC8X is a better choice. Suggested base waxes are HF7X, HF7BWX or LF7X . FC8X: Temperature range: 25F to 39F. Recommended iron temp: 165C (329F). Swix's classic and best selling powder! This versatile powder performs well in all snow conditions on both sides of the freezing point. A safe choice that never disappoints you! Suggested base waxes are HF8X, HF8BWX or LF8X . FC10X: Temperature range: 32F to 59F. Recommended iron temp: 170C (338F). The strength of the powder is in wet conditions from 32F and warmer. Used a lot during spring season with melting snow or falling wet snow. Suggested base waxes are HF10X, HF10BWX or LF10X .
Fluorinated coatings have been developed together with national ski teams for elite racing skiers. They improve gliding properties of grip waxes, increase durability, decrease icing and repel dirt. Fluorinated coatings are designed to be used on top of Olympico High Fluoro gliders or high-fluoro gliders from other brands. Rex "crown jewels". Complete series of 30g fluor powders for all conditions, which are used by national teams worldwide. TK-820 (-4/18F): "Universal cold" powder for poor gliding cold snow in freezing conditions. Works well even up to 28F on old or granular man-made snow. TK-29 (18/28F): The all-around, mid-temp powder. Works well both on old and new snow. TK-245 (23/41F): "Universal warm" fluoro powder - suitable for all snow types and a wide range of conditions.
Ergonomically-shaped for comfort. Includes all three rollers - Blue for cold, Red medium/universal, and Yellow for warm conditions. Use it AFTER waxing and be sure to brush after applying the structure. Subsequent waxing will remove most of the structure, leaving it ready for the next structure choice. Rollers press temporary structure into base rather than cutting permant structure. We have used it alone and in combination with other rillers with good results.
This collection represents the most popular waxes for skin skis available today! In the kit: Start Fluoro Skin Spray - a universal, durable skin wax that prevents icing and improves glide in any condition. Swix Skin Care Pro Cold for temps in the teens and 20s - primarily enhances glide with colder, higher-friction snows. Swix Skin Care Pro Zero for temps around freezing - both aids glide and prevents icing when snow sticks to the skins. Swix Skin Care Pro Warm for wet snow, well above freezing - helps break suction that slows skis in wet conditions. Swix Skin Cleaner for post ski cleaning - restores the fusction of a askin ski's micro-hairs. Swix Fiberlene cloth to aid with application and cleaning. Any skin ski user will benefit from this kit. Most skiers will find a few that they really like and can always reorder just those. Individual Component Price: $79.00
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Fluorinated coatings have been developed together with national ski teams for elite racing skiers. They improve gliding properties of grip waxes, increase durability, decrease icing and repel dirt. Fluorinated coatings are designed to be used on top of Olympico High Fluoro gliders. Fluorine Blocks are easier and more economical to use than powders. In some conditions a block is even better choice than a powder. Can be used as a "boost" on top of powders. Solid rub-on style pure fluoro bars. 25g each. TK-72 (-4/32F): The king of fluor blocks is one of most legendary Rex products due to its reliability in every circumstance, although it works best on old snow. Use as a coating for the Blue glider and you are already stepping on to the podium. TK-244 (23/41F): Popular TK-244 powder as an economical and practical block. Can be used instead, or on the top, of powder as a boost. Select from drop-down list.
Fluoro block, for coating high fluoro gliders and powders, when humidity is 55-75%. Use Purple SFR99 when temperatures fall between 16F to 48F.
TK-72, the long-reigning king of fluoro blocks, has finally received a successor...TK-73! TK-73 is a PFOA-free universal fluoro block for subzero conditions and all snow types. You can never make your skis slower with TK-73. Use it as a coating for our gliders, and you are already stepping on to the podium. Rub on skin ski mohair inserts for better dirt repellency and glide.
Fluoro block, for coating high fluoro gliders and powders, when humidity is 55-75%. Use Green SFR92 when temperatures fall between -4F to 16F.
Toko Jetstream Bloc is renown for its ease of application and has been New Moon's best selling solid pure-flouro waxes for many years. Jetstream Bloc is typically applied with the aid of a rotocork and finished with a Thermo Cork. This application is best for mid and shorter distance races and handy for quick application before race starts. For longer races where greater durability is needed, iron first, then continue on to corking. Toko JetStream 2.0 Pure Fluoro Powders are another option for long-distance durability. Blue: -22/18F. Offers proven cold-weather elite-level performance. Red: 11/28F. A phenomenal, universal pure fluoro. Yellow: 25/32F. For wet and sloppy snow - think spring mush or corn snow.
Toko 125 ML Liquid Paraffin Wax; where high performance meets convenience! Great for last minute wax changes! Best applied over a hard wax glider, and can be covered with Jet Stream or other top coat. Blue: for snow temperatures 18F- -22F 0-60% relative humidity. Red: for snow temperatures 28F-11F 40-80% relative humidity. Yellow: for snow temperatures 32F-25F 80-100% relative humidity
Cera F Turbo, a solid block topping, is 100% fluorocarbon. The Turbos are used in shorter races from 1 km to 5 km such as sprints. The consistency of the block is designed so rub-on application is easier allowing for an economical way to use Cera F. The Turbo Waxes can also be used as a "booster" over Cera F powder or glide waxes to get extra speed the first few kilometers. FC6XS: Temperature range: 5F to 36F. Improved to perform on all snow conditions. Use alone or as the final "accelerator" layer. FC8XS: Temperature range: 28F to 59F. Used in fine grained snow and has a wide range covering most normal winter conditions. Use alone or as the final "accelerator" layer.
Start HFXT gel finishers are perfect step up for athletes who want uncompromising results. HFXT delivers better and long-lasting glide with an environmentally friendly profile.
Fast Wax Fluoro Base Prep I is specifically designed to prep skis for waxing. Engineered with the elite / competitive skier in mind, it complements the Fluoro Hot Box Wax with the same excellent results, exceptionally fast skis right from the start. Iron in before waxing or hot box at 160° F to anneal and harden the bases. Fast Wax Fluoro Base Prep is a blend of our specialty micro wax, combined with hard waxes and our unique polyethylene based fluorinated compound to add speed and durability to skis. Waxing with Fluoro Base Prep makes for fast durable skis.
Gels are an easy and economical way to get a world class glide. Recommended to all racing skiers from juniors to elite racers. Can be used as a boost on top of powders. Ruka is a gel containing molybdene. Works best on mild frosts and on groomed or man-made, tilled, snow.
Developed for coating grip waxes. Extremely fine grain polymer wax. Reduces the kinetic friction of grip waxes and prevents icing. Suitable for klister and kick wax coating. Sprinkle on top of grip wax or klister Spread lightly with finger
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Swix's most universal and most convenient pure fluoro. Apply by rubbing on to prepped glide surface, leaving a thin film of powder. Move very hot iron over the base briskly to melt the powder, adhering it to the base. Brush out gently with a horsehair brush or buff out with a felt pad and go ski. Excellent durability and and top-end speed for long outings or racing. Solid fluoros are a economical alternative to powders as the waxer has more control of application. 20g. 25F-39F.
HF waxes are unique because they provide fast acceleration, work in a wide range of temperatures and are durable and dirt resistant. They are excellent when used alone, but ideal when used in combination with Cera F as an over layer. Conditions of high humidity are optimal for HFX waxes. HF4X: Temperature range: -25F to 10F. Recommended iron temp: 155C (311F).Ski bases melt at 150C so apply this wax with a good iron, move quickly, and don't linger on the base! Used especially in dry friction conditions. The advantage of fluor at these temperatures is most present when the air humidity is high - above 80 %. HF4X can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for Cera F powder FC04X. HF05X: Temperature range:7F to18F. Recommended iron temp: 150C (311F). While still having excellent performance in cold conditions, HF5X has a lower melting point compared to HF4X making it easier to work with. HF5X can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for Cera F powder FC05X . HF6X: Temperature range:14F- 23F. Recommended iron temp: 145C (293F). A very popular wax both in alpine and cross country it has shown good properties on artificial snow in addition to natural snow. HF6X can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder FC6X . HF7X:Temperature range: 18F to 28F. Recommended iron temp: 140C (284F). A versatile wax suited for normal winter conditions below the freezing point. Its hardness makes it convenient to work with and easy to get a good end-result. HF07X can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder FC07X . HF8X: Temperature range: 25F to 39F. Recommended iron temp: 130C (266F). Over the last decade this wax has contributed to a numerous of Olympic and WC medals in all ski disciplines. It's softness and high fluoro content makes it perfect in conditions on both sides of the freezing point. HF08X can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder FC08X . HF10X: Temperature range: 32F to 50F. Recommended iron temp: 120C (248F). Slightly harder than its predecessor HF10X is now more durable, lasting longer warm conditions. HF10X can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder FC10X
HFBW Black Wolf waxes have provided excellent results in both the World Cup and World Championships in cross country and biathlon. Black Wolf's strength is its performance on artificial snow, transformed snow and dirty snow as well as in cold, dry conditions with high friction snow. HFBW4X: Temperature range: -25F to 10F. Recommended iron temp: 155C (311F).Ski bases melt at 150C so apply this wax with a good iron and move quickly. Don't linger on the base! A special wax for extreme cold conditions with BW solid lubricant additive that reduces the dry friction in very cold snow. HF4BWX can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for Cera F powder FC04X. HFBW05X: Temperature range: 7F to 18F. Recommended iron temp: 150C (311F). While still having excellent performance in cold conditions, HFBW5X has a lower melting point compared to HFBW04X making it easier to work with. It's BW solid lubricant additive reduces friction in very cold snow and dry friction conditions. HFBW5X can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for Cera F powder FC05X . HFBW6X: Temperature range: 14F to 23F. Recommended iron temp: 145C (293F). A very popular wax both in alpine and cross country it has shown good properties on artificial snow in addition to natural snow. It's BW solid lubricant additive reduces friction dry friction and contaminated snow. HFBW6X can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder FC06X . HFBW7X:Temperature range: 18Fto 28F. Recommended iron temp: 140C (284F). A versatile wax suited for normal winter conditions below the freezing point. Works well on artificial snow in addition to natural, transformed older snow when friction is high or snow is contaminated. HFBW7X can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder FC07X . HFBW8X: Temperature range: 25F to 39F. Recommended iron temp: 130C (266F). Excellent results in artificial snow as well as natural transformed older snow, especially noticeable when used alone. It can also be used with Cera F powder FC08X . HFBW10X: Temperature range: 32F to 50F. Recommended iron temp: 120C (248F). Slightly harder than its predecessor HFBW10X. The adjusted hardness makes the wax more durable and absorbs less dirt. Excellent results in artificial snow as well as natural transformed older snow, especially noticeable when used alone. It can also be used with Cera F powder FC10X .
Blue 600g Ultra Glide (14F to 30F) New Moon all-time best seller! Legendary Rex Blue is one of the best non-fluorinated gliders in the world. super reliable choice for base waxing and training. Violet 600g Ultra Glide (23F to 32F) Popular glide wax in the 20s to mid=30s, especially on humid snow. Highly durable like its companion, Rex Blue.
Easy and economical way to get a world class glide. Recommended to all racing skiers from juniors to elite racers. Can be used as a "boost" on top of powders. Oslo Gel is an evolution of SLC Gel. It is suited for colder conditions when the snow is transforming from fresh snow to older course snow. Olso Gel contains a new revolutionary formula developed by Rex's Research and Development Team.
Start high fluoro gliders are suitable for all snow conditions, when humidity is between 55% - 75%, or as a glider under fluoro powders and blocks. HF10 GREEN -13F to 19F A higher performance option to standard Start Green. Ideal for ultra-cold temps with dirty, high humidity conditions. Caution! Apply carefully so you don't overcook your base. Keep the iron very hot so that you can move quickly over the ski without dwelling iron the ski to melt each spot. HF10 is incredibly hard and requires a sharp, fresh scraper to scrape effectively. HF8 BLUE 10F to 20F HF6 PURPLE 20F to 28F HF4 RED 27F to 32F HF2 WHITE 32F to 50F
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