Teal 500g HS-10 (-5F to 15F): 500g bulk bar is ideal for families, teams or skiers using large quantities of wax. "Mid-cold" teal is a reliable and economical training wax for abrasive snows in the teens and single digits. Great wax for economically and effectively hardening ski bases for cold weather, and applies easier than extreme white. Comparable to Swix CH5X. Blue 500g HS-20 (12F to 28F): Bulk bar for high-volume waxing; high school teams take note! Fast Wax Blue is one of our more popular choices as a "universal" glider for waxers looking for a simple set-up and for hardening bases as an underway for a harder HF. Comparable to Swix CH6X. Red 500g HS-30 (22F to 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. Yellow 500g HS-40 (30F to 50F) Soft glider for wet, clean snow and also a great summer storage wax. 500g bar available for high volume waxing.
All new Start RG Racing Glider series are next generation, fluoro free, technoceramic gliders. Advanced mixtures of numerous ceramic compounds influence the nano structure of the gliding surface to reduce both wet and dry friction with new levels in durability. Additionally graphite additives enhance performance in new snow while Molybdenum additives enhance performance in old, transformed and artificial snow. RG Race Green: Snow Temp: -10°...-25°C (-13°/14°F) Humidity: 55...100% Iron Temp: 150°C (302°F) RG Race Blue: Snow Temp: -6°...-12°C (10°/21°F) Humidity: 55...100% Iron Temp: 140°C (284°F) RG Race Purple: Snow Temp: -2°...-8°C (18°/28°F) Humidity: 55...100% Iron Temp: 130°C (266°F) RG Race Red: Snow Temp: 7°...-3°C (27°/45°F) Humidity: 55...100% Iron Temp: 120°C (248°F)
PFC Performance Hot wax for racing and practice sessions in all disciplines. Has a bonding agent for Top Finish products. Good sliding properties, durable and can be used as a base layer in races. This is the exact same product that is used and available at the World Cup and Olympic Games. The wax case is resealable. Snow temperature recommendations: Yellow 32F to 21F Red 25F to 10F Blue 14F to -22F Black for use in dirty or aggressive snow. Either use by itself or mix with the “wax of the day”.
Hard high performance racing wax to meet the highest demands. The wax used by World Cup stars! Features: - Perfect sliding properties - Maximum water and dirt repulsion - Unmatched degree of hold - Best bonding agent for Top Finish products - Resealable wax case Snow temperature recommendations: Cold: -11/10F, air temp. -4/14F - Cold & Aggressive Snow Conditions Universal: 3/32F, air temp. 3/36F - Wide range of use in medium snow temperature conditions Warm: 25/32F, air temp. 25/50 - High moisture and wet snow conditions
RG22 Blue -2…-8°C For all snow types. Developed for mild to medium frosts, the RG22 is our all time fastest fluor free wax! As a block it is hard, but still easy to melt. Developed especially as an underlayer for top coatings, but works extremely well also as a final layer. Scrape while still warm, let cool down and brush. Melting point: ~135°C RG32 Green -8…-20°C For all snow types. A hard and very durable glider for cold conditions. Due to its hardness it is very durable and abrasion resistant. A fluor-free version of HF31 block, that has been upgraded with N-Kinetic level 2 additives. Scrape when still warm, let cool down and brush. Melting point: ~140°C RG12 Yellow. +2…-2°C For all snow types. The softest wax on RG-series. Compared to traditional warm condition gliders the RG12 is relatively hard and not so oily wax. Melting point: ~130°C RG22 Graphite - New Snow Engineered especially for new snow and contains a precisely defined amount of graphite. Hardness is positioned between RG12 Yellow and RG22 Blue. Melting point: ~130°C.
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Designed specifically for wet conditions and dirty snow. The black additive helps reduce friction and reduces the amount of dirt that sticks to the base. As well as being superb in wet conditions, this wax is also highly competitive in colder weather. The speed of the waxing iron should be approx. 8-10 seconds for a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be reheated after cooling to room temperature (10 min.) for better durability. Scrape after waiting about one minute. It is important to have a good waxing iron in order to melt the wax efficiently. Recommended waxing iron temp.: 155°C. - Durable glide wax - A favorite for classic long-distance skiing - Hard wax - Can be used with roto wool - For all skiing - Ski wax
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The TSB series are gliders for competition that work extremely well, and are highly durable, on dirty snow and in dry, high friction conditions. This is achieved thanks to the black solid lubricant additive that reduces friction and absorbs less dirt in contaminated snow. Its hardness makes it convenient to work and highly durable. TSB series can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for top coats. -TS5B - 0/14F is the hardest wax in the TSB line and is a great choice in cold conditions. Recommended iron temp.: 160°C (320°F) -TS6B - 10/21F is the second hardest wax in the TSB line and is a great choice in typical winter conditions. Recommended iron temp.: 155°C (311°F). -TS7B - 17/28F is a versatile wax suited for normal winter conditions below the freezing point. It has shown good properties on artificial snow in addition to natural, transformed older snow. Recommended iron temp: 150°C (302°F). -TS8B - 24/39F is made harder than the std TS8. Excellent results in artificial snow as well as natural transformed older snow, especially noticeable when used alone. Recommended iron temp: 150°C (302°F). -TS10B - 32/50F is made harder than the std. Excellent results in artificial snow as well as natural transformed older snow, especially noticeable when used alone. Recommended iron temp: 165°C (329°F). APPLICATION 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 approx. one minute. Important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax.
The new Fast Wax line of THUNDERBOLT and THUNDERBOLT PLUS race waxes, provides excellent speed additives that are better for the environment and still provide break neck speed and all day durability. The Thunderbolt Plus is a blend of paraffin wax and two non-Fluorocarbon speed additives. It is a non-Fluorocarbon replacement for the HSF line of Fast Wax. Use when humidity is greater than 50%. The second additive when combined with Thunderbolt gives this wax increased durability and glide. Thunderbolt Plus 10 • Peak Range -10° to 15° F • Iron Temperature 284° F Thunderbolt Plus 20 • Peak Range 12° to 28° F • Iron Temperature 284° F Thunderbolt Plus 30 • Peak Range 22° to 38° F • Iron Temperature 266° F Thunderbolt Plus 40 • Peak Range 30° to 50° F • Iron Temperature 257° F
Yellow NF11 (28F - 35F) New and old snow. The softest wax in the NF series. Compared to traditional waxes NF11 is a relatively hard and "dry" wax. Blue NF21 (17F - 28F) All types of snow. Rex's most slippery fluoride-free wax ever! New Snow NF21G (10F - 35F) Intended for new snow and containing a precisely optimized amount of graphite, NF21G completes Rex's NF series. Hardness is between NF11 yellow and NF21 blue. Green NF31 (-4F - 17F) All types of snow. Hard and durable for cold conditions. Melting point: approx. 140°C.
LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER New from the World Cup testing rigors; beating the old HF21 in new and old snow types. Very effective both above and below the indicated temp range. Use a high-quality, high temp iron. Temp Range: 10/28F -8/-2C
Kit contains 120g Base Performance Yellow, Red, and Blue, a 3mm Plexiscraper, a Nylon Brush, a Red (fine) DMT diamond file, and a edge grinding rubber all in a nice case.
PURE PRO fluoro-free glide waxes are intended specifically for competitive skiers and demanding active skiers. High-quality hydrocarbon ingredients, zinc stearate and silicon wax gives excellence performance and good durability to the products in all weather conditions. Especially in natural snow. The PURE PRO POLAR Powder wax is Vauhti's best base for very cold natural snow. It is usually used as a base under a liquid or block (wool applied) top coats. -Temperature ranges of -13/23F (-5C/-25C). -Comes in a 35g container with a perforated lid for easy sprinkling. -Melts like a paraffin wax, unlike the bad-old fluoro powders, thus is used more of like a base wax, but is also used as a top coat in some situations
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.
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HS6 is very versatile. Its area of use stretches from underlayer for powder to racing wax and base prep wax for cold skis. HS6 has 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. HS6 can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for top coats. Recommended iron temp: 155°C (311°F). Highlights: - Fantastic allround glider - For training and competition - Great performance and durability - Fluoro-free and non-toxic - Exists also in liquid - Well tested on many conditions
$93.20 $145.00 36% Off
Contains 120g Base Performance Yellow, Red, and Blue, an Express Runer, a 3mm Plexiscraper, a Nylon Brush, a Red (fine) DMT Diamond Stone, and an Edge Grinding Rubber all in a nice kit bag!
All new Start RG Racing Glider series are next generation, fluoro free, technoceramic gliders. Advanced mixtures of numerous ceramic compounds influence the nano structure of the gliding surface to reduce both wet and dry friction with new levels in durability. Additionally graphite additives enhance performance in new snow while Molybdenum additives enhance performance in old, transformed and artificial snow. RG Ultra Green: Snow Temp: -10°...-25°C (-13°/14°F) Humidity: 55...100% Iron Temp: 150°C (302°F)
$112.00 - $425.00
Following restrictions imposed on the use of fluorinated products in some competitions, STAR has designed a line of Fluor Free Products specifically dedicated for competition, called NEXT. Fluoro Free Powders : -High-end waxes for competition. -Completely free of fluoro. -Easy to apply. -No product waste. -Wide thermal range. -Exceptional durability for long distances. NEXT is the first choice for those looking for racing products with alternative additives to fluoro. The best synthetic paraffins combined with new additives make these products unique in their kind, guaranteeing unthinkable performance for a product without fluoro. Tests have shown that these products maintain their lubricating characteristics for many kilometers even in dirty, abrasive or difficult snow conditions. The presentation in micronized powder form makes the application easier and more precise with less product waste. 100G. Warm: 23 to 32F [0° / -5°C] Medium: 17 to 27F [-3° / -8°C] Cold: 10 to 21F [-6° / -12°C] Polar: -4 to 14F [-10° / -20°C]
PFC Free High performance racing hot wax to meet the highest demands. This is the same exact wax used at World Cup and Olympic events. Snow temperature recommendations: Cold: -11/10F, air temp. -4/14F Universal: 3/32F, air temp. 3/36F Warm: 25/32F, air temp. 25/50 -Optimal sliding properties -Unmatched durability -Best bonding agent for Top Finish products -Resealable wax case
Blue NF21 (17F - 28F) All types of snow. Rex's most slippery fluoride-free wax ever! Choose either the liquid spray version or the traditional hot wax, the wax itself and the wear duration are the same. Green NF31 (-4F -18F) All types of snow. Hard and durable for cold conditions. Melting point: approx. 140°C.
Kit containing a T18 Iron and one each of World Cup High Performance Hot Wax 120g Warm, Universal, and Cold
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