Self adhesive felt pad for buffing Slick Pro Paste Wax. Attach to any cork or wood block. 2 pack.
$9.00 - $16.00
Rapidly biodegradable hot wax, plant based, for all snow types and conditions.
Universal liquid wax for all types of snow and temperatures. 0 °C — -30 °C 32 °F — -22 °F 75 ml 2,54 fl oz Application and properties Based on natural raw materials Improves sliding properties and cares for the base Quick and easy to apply With sponge applicator Comfortable pocket size to go and wax en route Biodegradable Also used as rust protection for ski edge
Rex's well-known and trusted basic grip wax line contains some classics, which have been in production for over 50 years! Universal Tar: -1/-25°C (-13/30°F) 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 18/30°F (-1/-8°C). Light Green: -8/-15°C (5/18°F) The most popular Rex wax for cold conditions. On new snow provides a good grip at around -6°C. Use it in race waxing as a coating for softer waxes. Blue: -2/-8°C (18/28°F) 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. Blue Special: -1/-4°C (25/34°F) Another Rex-legend. A bit softer and more gripping than Blue (115) for milder frosts. Provides a good grip even on hard and worn track. Purple: 0/-2°C (28/32°F) Despite of its purple color, this is a pure below-zero-temperature wax, which is used in race waxing as a coating for PowerGrip Green. A secure choice for recreational skiers. Red: +1/-1°C (30/34°F) 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. Base Wax:? Very sticky and durable base wax under any grip wax. The most durable result is achieved by applying a wax with an waxing iron to roughened ski base.
Rub-on wax for all types of snow and temperatures. - Improves sliding properties and cares for the base - Polish in using the cork on the back of the package or TOKO Thermo Cork - Very convenient for waxing en route - Very convenient for the care of ski skins to prevent the formation or adhesion of ice - Also used as rust protection for ski edges
A line of fluorinated grip waxes optimized for the requirements of classic racing these days, which means usually either double poling or aggressively "running" uphill. Recommended to be used in especially in wet and moist conditions when fluoro reduces icing and improves gliding properties. Pro Grip Green (5F to 18F) Coldest wax in the collection used in all snow conditions. Can be used as a cover for ProGrip Blue. Pro Grip Blue (18F to 28F) The legendary Rex blue spiced up with a pinch of fluoro. Works on all conditions below zero. Pro Grip Violet (27F to 30F) The choice for mild frosts. At its best on moist snow. Makes a great cover for purple klister on coarse snow. Pro Grip Red (32F to 34F) Rex's legendary "one to one". This is an unique wax for demanding conditions around 32F. 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.
Legendary performance on fine, fresh and falling snow with humidity content ranging from 55-75%. Formulated with pine tar additive. Best-smelling wax in the world, seriously! Black (-22F to 14F) Green (10F to 20F) Blue (20F to 28F) Red (27F to 32F) Purple (31F to 33F) Yellow (33F to 37F) Not pictured.
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Great glide made easy! A liquid spray-on training wax that can be used alone or as under layer for racing waxes. Very Durable. CH6 An undisputed favorite in cold conditions - Hard and durable, yet easy to apply - A favorite both in alpine and XC - No iron needed Temperature range: -4°C to -12°C (25°F to 10°F). A liquid spray-on training wax that can be used alone or as an underlayer for racing waxes. Especially developed for cold conditions, down to -12°C (10°F). Below this point liquids are normally outperformed by traditional paraffin waxes. CH06XL is a versatile wax that works in all snow conditions, but is at its best when the humidity is high. CH7 - A great wax for typical winter conditions - No iron needed Temperature range: -2°C to -7°C (28°F to 19°F). A liquid spray-on training wax that can be used alone or as an underlayer for racing waxes. CH07XL performs at its best when typical winter conditions below the freezing point. Can handle various snow conditions and is not humidity sensitive. A safe choice that rarely under performs within its core area of use. CH8 - Covering both sides of the freezing point - No iron needed - Fluor free Temperature range: -4°C to +4°C (25°F to 39°F). A liquid spray-on training wax that can be used alone or as an underlayer for racing waxes. CH08XL is an extremely versatile wax on both sides of the freezing point with exceptional feedback from racing. It performs in older snow below freezing, new falling snow above freezing, and everything in between. Basically a must-have in conditions you will meet often. CH10: - A versatile wax for warm conditions - Ideal for both training and racing - No iron needed Temperature range: +2°C to +10°C (36°F to 50°F). A liquid spray-on training wax that can be used alone or as an underlayer for racing waxes. For very wet conditions when the snow has turned transformed. Ideal for spring skiing when the dirt content typically is high, as CH10XL collects less pollution from the snow than comparable paraffin waxes. A great choice in warm weather that never under performs. *Extremely flammable aerosol. Pressurized container: May burst if heated. Causes serious eye irritation. May cause drowsiness or dizziness.
Blue (14/28F new) (5/23F old) Excellent in the teens and low twenties, especially with low humidity. If tracks are slippery, use V40 Blue Extra. Blue Extra (19/30F new) (12/27F old) One of the true classics. Nearly universal performance in sub-freezing temps. Apply thinner for temps below 20F. A must-have for any classic skier. Green (5/18F new) (0/12F old) Swix's standard cold kicker. Works reliably down below zero. Easily covered if temps warm up beyond the green temp range. Polar (-22/5F new snow) (-12/10F old) An old fave of the die-hard cold weather crowd. Applies much easier at room temp. Be sure to cork to a glassy, smooth surface. Apply long if tracks are soft or slippery. Red/Silver (32/38F new) (30/34F old) Very tacky for very wet and fresh snow min the 30s and 40s. May need to be covered if icing is a problem. Special Red (28/34F) A popular choice for many classic skiers. Good for those wet days with fresh snow that is not quite klister snow. One of the essential kick waxes. Violet (32F new) (27/30F old) For damp, sticky snow right at freezing. Prone to icing if snow is fresh. Cover with Rex Hydrex if icing is a problem. Violet Special (27/32F new) (21/28F old) For moist snow beginning to get sticky and damp. Cover with some blue extra if icing occurs.
The GS wax series from Vauhti is a synthetic compound that is fluoro free. GS Green: Cold conditions make for the best classic skiing, and GS Green is the kick wax for the job when temps are down. Can also be used to cover our softer kick waxes for maximum grip. Temperature Range: 14/ -22 F (-10 / -30 C) GS Blue: An all-purpose grip wax for colder winter conditions. GS Blue is a great compliment to our GS Carrot. Temperature Range: 23/ 5 F (-5 / -15 C) GS Carrot: Has the ability to work in old and coarse snow over a large temperature range. It also has exceptional durability attributes. A great complimentary wax to our GS Blue kick wax. Not to be used in new snow conditions. Temperature Range: 30/ 21 F (-1 / -6 C) GS Red: Is the obvious choice for tricky conditions right around the freezing point. Containing aluminum, this formula can deal with all snow types. Temperature Range: 34/ 28 F (+1 / -2 C)
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The PS series are great gliders for training and competition with good glide properties. PS5 TURQUOISE, -.4°F/14°F The PS5 is the hardest wax in the line, and is a great choice in cold conditions, due to its great durability and dry friction properties. It's a great choice both for alpine and cross country. Despite being a wax for cold conditions, the melting point makes it easier to apply than many competitors in this area, without sacrificing the great glide properties. For fresh, old or manmade snow. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. Scraping after appr. one minute. Important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. PS5 can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for top coats. Recommended iron temp: 150°C (311°F) Replaces the CH5X. PS6 BLUE, 10ºF/21°F PS6 is very versatile. Its area of use stretches from base for powder to racing wax and base prep wax for cold skis. PS6 has a good durability and offers great performance on natural and artificial snow. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. Important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. PS6 can be used as race wax alone or as a base for top coats. Recommended iron temp: 145°C (293°F). Replaces the CH6X PS7 VIOLET, 18°F/28ºF PS7 is a wax that performs great in normal winter conditions below the freezing point. Its hardness makes it convenient to work with and easy to get a good end-result. PS7 is an economic training and racing wax as well as an all round base prep wax. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. It's important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. Recommended iron temp: 140°C (284°F). Replaces the CH7X. PS8 RED, 24.8º/39.2ºF PS8 is an economic training and racing wax as well as base prep wax for warm skis. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. It's important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. Recommended iron temp: 130°C (266°F). Replaces the CH8X. PS10 YELLOW, 32°F/50ºF PS10 is an economic training and racing wax as well as base prep wax for warm skis. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. It's important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. Recommended iron temp: 120°C (248°F). Replaces the CH10X.
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A wax for extreme cold conditions, which can perfectly be used alone as a race wax when the air humidity is low. It performs very well on artificial snow and has great durability. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min.) for better durability. Scraping after approx. one minute. It’s important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. Scraping after approx. one minute. In the warmer part of the temperature range, and when high air humidity, a powder or other top coat product will increase the performance. - Recommended iron temp: 155°C (311°F). - Replaces the CHX4. - -14°C/-32°C (7°F to -26°F).
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Performance racing rub-on wax for all snow types and conditions/ fluoro free
MountainFlow’s Skin Wax improves glide while maintaining a solid kick. By keeping the skins dry, snow buildup is reduced and skins stay light and fast. Water-based and non-toxic!
$14.00 - $14.95
SPECIAL GREEN (5F to 14F) Rode Special Green hard wax (grip wax) for 5F to 14 F. If you're looking for fast, this is it. Can mix this with Green to soften it up and when just a bit more kick might be nice. GREEN (14F to 25F) Rode Green hard wax (grip wax) for 14F to 25 F. Best for low humidities in new and untransformed snow. MULTIGRADE BLUE (20 to 28F) Rode Multigrade Blue hard wax (grip wax) for 20F to 28F. Best in new and untransformed snow. AWESOME wax for SPEED in the teens! BLUE (21F to 28F) Rode Blue hard wax (kick wax) for snow temps 28F to 21F. Very reliable grip in new and untransformed snow within its temperature range. SUPER BLUE (27F to 30F) Rode Super Blue hard wax (grip wax) for snow temps 27F to 30F. Excellent in new and untransformed snow. If you don't have this one, GET IT! MUST HAVE! SUPER EXTRA BLUE (23F to 30F) Rode Super Extra Blue hard wax (grip wax) for fresh and untransformed snow. Snow temps 23 to 30 F. Use when humidity is above 40% as a complement to Super Blue which is used for lower humidity. MULTIGRADE VIOLET (29F to 32F) Rode Multigrade Violet hard wax (grip wax) for 29 to 32 F. Can be used much colder in higher humidity and moisture content. If you have one wax in your pocket, pray it's this one! This is the gateway drug of Rode waxes...you try this one and then HAVE TO HAVE the rest of the line! VIOLET (around 32F) Rode Violet hard wax (grip wax) for 32 F (0 C). Don't leave home without this wax! Thinking about zeroes? Everything else super slow? Try this before you make the final call. VIOLET EXTRA (32F to 34F) Rode Violet Extra hard wax (grip wax) for 32 to 34 F. Another one to try when you're searching for something other than waxless skis! RED EXTRA (30F to 34F) Rode Red Extra hard wax for 30 to 34 F, which can be great new humid snow that isn't glazing or drying out. RED (32F to 36F) Rode Red hard wax (grip wax) for 32 to 36 F. Can be good in fresh, humid snow that isn't glazing. YELLOW (34F to 39F) Rode Yellow Gialla hard wax (grip wax) for 34 to 39 F. Gialla is THE wax to try in the Rode line when trying to decide on wax for zeroes. Think 2016 Birkie...when the snow is wet and glazing... this could be your miracle wax!
For all snow conditions and temperatures Good sliding properties in all snow conditions Prevents the base from drying out Biodegradable Without the addition of fluorine Protects against dirt accumulation and oxidisation during storage Resealable wax case Snow temperature 0 °C — -30 °C Air temperature 10 °C — -30 °C Volume 120 g
Universal liquid wax for all types of snow and temperatures. 0 °C — -30 °C 32 °F — -22 °F 40 g 1,41 oz Application and properties Based on natural raw materials Improves sliding properties and cares for the base Quick and easy to apply With sponge applicator and integrated polishing felt Comfortable pocket size to go and wax en route Biodegradable Also used as rust protection for ski edges
IMPORTANT: This product is not for skin skis. Perfect for waxless skis! Helps prevent fresh, wet snow from sticking to the ski's waxless pattern. Simple and quick to use-- just wipe on, air dry and ski in about a minute. 100ml size stores easily in a pocket. Easy to reapply on the trail for longer skis. For a higher performance option-- consider Toko TF90 Paste . TF90 requires more application time and some buffing, but offers a step up in glide and durability.
GS Base AT is a base wax that excels in fresh snow conditions. Good durability, combined with excellent glide properties make this a popular choice when the snow is falling, especially with fine snow. GS Base AT can be applied cold, without ironing.
Clear out your wax box and replace all your binders with Vauhti GS Base Super. The only binder you will ever need, GS Base Super has superior durability and glide properties in all snow conditions.
$15.00 - $16.99
White 80gm HS-0 (Below 8F): Extremely hard, cold weather wax best suited for fresh or wind-blown snow near or below zero. Apply with caution as a very hot iron is needed. Popular with many racing teams in the upper Midwest for mid-winter races. Teal 80gm HS-10 (-5F-15F) "Mid-cold" teal is a reliable and economical training wax for abrasive snows in the teens and single digits. Applies easier than extreme white. Comparable to Swix CH5X. Also available in 500g bulk bars. Blue 80gm HS-20 (12F-28F) Fast Wax Blue is one of our more popular choices. Makes a good "universal" glider for waxers looking for a simple set-up Comparable to Swix CH6X. Also available in 500g bulk bars. Red 80gm HS-30 (22F-32F) This broad-range training wax will work well from slightly above freezing and even down into the teens if the snow is somewhat transformed. 500g bar available for high-volume waxers. Yellow 80gm HS-40 (30F-50F) Soft glider for wet, clean snow and also a great summer storage wax. 500g bar available for high volume waxing.
Traditional burn-in pine tar for your old woodies. A great air freshener for the Nordic skier in your life! 4oz Flip top cap.
• Soy wax blend with plant-based Fluorocarbon alternatives • 25 grams of paste wax • Applicator included • Temperature Range 28F-40F • 7-10 K durability • Smells like cinnamon
$15.00 - $17.00
Rex Blue Klister (14F to 23F Icy Snow) For icy and hard track. Famous for its durability. In abrasive conditions can be used as a base wax for other klisters and grip waxes. Rex Gold Klister (19F to 37F Man-made Snow) A new product for coarse snow, man-made snow and glazed tracks. Tested and approved by all major world cup teams in cross country. Rex Purple Klister (19F to 38F Wet, Old Snow) A durable klister for wide temperature range. For coarse wet snow and coarse icy snow. Rex OV Brown Klister (32F to 50F Wet, Old Snow) A special klister for coarse and wet snow. One of our top products! Rex Universal Klister (-22F to 50F All Conditions) An effective klister for new and wet snow. For all kinds of klister conditions. Due to new, enhanced formula, it is easier to apply.
Fluor Free Liquid glide wax for skin skis. With a sponge foam applicator for easy application. Also available with a felt polisher for polishing and extra durability. A liquid glide wax for skin skis For all temperatures For everyone using skin skis Excellent glide in no time
Paste wax for all types of snow and temperatures. Features: • Improves sliding properties and cares for the base • Quick and easy to apply • With sponge applicator • Can also be applied on climbing skins, to prevent icing and snow adhering to the base • Also used as rust protection for ski edges
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Excellent performance of GF fluorinated grip waxes comes from a revolutionary ingredient that reacts to temperature precisely. Thanks to this innovation, the risk of the grip wax icing in cold temperatures is reduced considerably and the grip properties are exceptional. GF grip waxes have wide operation range, which makes them a good choice also for recreational skiers. GF Green: -4F to 24F. Built for the coldest of days, GF Green is suitable for all snow types, and excels as the temperature drops. To maximize the durability and grip conditions of GF Green, you can use GF Carrot as a base wax. GF Carrot: Old Snow 10F to 28F. The flagship or the GF line of kick waxes, GF Carrot is a must have for every wax box. This all-purpose wax sticks extremely well to skis at sub-zero temperatures. GF Carrot works best on old or coarse snow, starting at temperatures around 30 F (-2 C), and extends down to 10 F (-12 C) on hard-packed tracks. GF Carrot can be used alone or as a base wax for other K-Line products. This wax is also extremely wear-resistant. GF Blue: 14F to 27F. GF Blue is the perfect complement to the GF Carrot. If the snow is too fine for GF Carrot, time to put your GF Blue to work. Best results are found on fine or coarse, old snow. GF Violet: 19F to 30F. A wax developed for new, fine snow in mild winter conditions, GF Violet is built for difficult new snow conditions. The grip properties of GF Violet set in at just below freezing with exceptional glide properties. GF Violet has a range extending as low as 23 F (-5 C) on new snow and 14 F (-10 C) on old snow without losing its superb glide properties. GF Pink: 23F to 32F. A new addition to the Vauhti line of kick wax, GF Pink is made specifically for new snow conditions. Best in dry or variable new snow, GF Pink is softer than other, similar grip waxes, giving it better grip properties on a soft track.
MountainFlow's Quick Wax is easy to apply and works great in all conditions. PLANT-BASED: mountainFLOW wax is made from 100% plant-based ingredients. 0% PETROLEUM: Most wax is made from petroleum and anything that is applied to skis/snowboard enters directly into the environment. WICKED FAST: Performs as well as a conventional (petroleum-based) ski wax - we’ve run controlled performance tests to prove it! BIODEGRADABLE + NON-TOXIC: mountainFLOW is safe for both the user and the environment EASY TO APPLY: Simply rub into base and buff with cloth. Comes with applicator pad.
For treating backcountry and cross country racing skis so they do not freeze, saturate with water, or collect dirt. ECO friendly formula.
Toko Grip line-up simplifies choices by broadening the effective temp ranges for each wax compared to the previous line. •X-Cold - a grip wax for extremely cold conditions. (-22F/10F snow temp) •Green - is used as a base for other grip wax layers as it increases abrasion resistance. (-22/32F snow temp) •Blue – used in cold, refrozen, icy conditions. Ideal for dry snow especially (5/19F snow temp) •Red - a virtual "universal" kicker that works well in a huge variety of snow textures. Sure to be a favorite! (14/32F snow temp) •Yellow - has proved its capabilities late last season on damp, pre-klister snow for us. (28/32F snow temp)
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