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Rex Non-Fluoro 600g Bulk Ultra Glide
$75.00 - $80.00
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.
Fast Wax HSP Slick Kit
$44.00
It doesn't get any easier than this! The Fast Wax Slick Kit includes three tins of paste wax covering all temperature ranges. Instructions and the cork or felt pad are all part of the resealable tin. This is a quick, simple, and affordable way for casual skiers and boarders to add some speed to their glide. These waxes are fluorocarbon free.
Fast Wax Non-Fluoro HS 500g
$40.00
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.
Rex NF G Spray 150ml
$40.00
Fluor-free versions of HF11 & HF21 Spray . On low moisture and artificial snow, its performance is almost on par with HF series, with similar durability. Great wax for training and junior racing. Fullfills the requirements set by Norwegian Ski Association for junior XC racing. Likewise our HF Sprays, it is the most wax-containing liquid glider on the market and does not need hot waxing to support its durability. Fills small imperfections in base material like hot wax, reconditions and replenishes. Never has a non-fluorinated wax been this fast. Ample 150 ml aerosol packaging. G11 Yellow Spray +10…-2°C Non-fluor version of HF21 Yellow, with all the top wax technologies like N-Kinetic™ -nanoparticles, Power Polymers™ advanced wax blend and 2-Step Carrier™ solvent technology. Economical in use, thanks to ample 150 ml packaging. Never has Rex non-fluorinated glide wax been this fast! G21 Blue Spray -2…-12°C Non-fluor version of HF21 Blue, with all the top wax technologies like N-Kinetic™ -nanoparticles, Power Polymers™ advanced wax blend and 2-Step Carrier™ solvent technology. Economical in use, thanks to ample 150 ml packaging. Never has Rex non-fluorinated glide wax been this fast! G21 Graphite Spray +2…-12°C For new snow. A non-fluor version of HF21 Graphite, with all the top wax technologies like N-Kinetic™ -nanoparticles, Power Polymers™ advanced wax blend and 2-Step Carrier™ solvent technology. Economical in use, thanks to ample 150 ml packaging. Never has Rex non-fluorinated glide wax been this fast! G41 UHW Pink/Green +5…-20°C Rex G41 UHW – THE HARDEST GLIDE WAX ON THE MARKET. G41 is an extremely hard and wear-resistant glide wax that offers top -level performance both on cold and weary snow, and also on coarse wet snow and icy crust. Rex 2-Step Carrier™ solvent technology enables the applying of UHW™ ultra-hard glide wax, without the limitations set by hot waxing and scaping. For long distances and weary conditions, also great for alpine skis and snowboards, where wear resistancy is crucial.
Swix CH X Non-Fluorocarbon 180g
$32.00
These hydrocarbons (CH) have no fluorocarbon material in the blends. They are 100% high performance hydrocarbon paraffins. Although they can be looked upon as an economical racing wax group, the colder waxes perform very well alone, and the warmer waxes make an acceptable base layer for Cera F . Their colors and temperature ranges coincide with the HFX and LFX Waxes. The CHX waxes can be distinguished from the LFX waxes by their darker shade of color. CHX Comes in 60, 180 and 900 gram packages. CH4X: Temperature range: 10F to -25F. 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 new cold hydrocarbon wax for extreme cold conditions. CH4X can be used alone as a race wax when the air humidity is low. It performs very well on artificial snow and has a great durability. In the warmer part of the temperature range and with high air humidity, Cera F powder FC04X will increase the performance. CH5X: Temperature range: 18F to 7F. Recommended iron temp: 150C (311F). CH5X is easier to apply than CH4 this wax provides outstanding glide properties within its temperature range and has great durability. It can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder FC05X. CH6X: Temperature range: 23F to 14F. Recommended iron temp: 145C (293F). CH6X is an economic training and racing wax as well as a base prep wax for cold skis. It has high durability and offers great performance in most snow conditions as well as on artificial and glacier snow. CH7X: Temperature range: 28F to 18F. Recommended iron temp: 140C (284F). A new and improved 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. It is an economic training and racing wax as well as an all round base prep wax. CH8X: Temperature range: 25F to 39F. Recommended iron temp: 130C (266F). An economic training and racing wax as well as base prep wax for warm skis. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with. CH10X: Temperature range: 32F to 50F. Recommended iron temp: 120C (248F). Slightly harder than the old CH10, test results show that a harder wax performs better in very wet saturated snow. The adjusted hardness makes it more durable than before. Good wax for base prep and training. For racing we recommend to go with fluoro wax in this temperature area.
Toko X-Cold Powder Additive Wax 50gm
$30.00
Toko X Cold Powder Additive is a very hard glide wax powder applied as a hardener and topcoat for superior glide in cold and abrasive conditions. Easy to apply- - simply sprinkle liberally on top of ironed-in layers of the wax of the day you and iron in. Also known as Nordlite Powder.
START Ultra Gels 50ml
$28.00
Start Ultra Gel is totally new kind of glide wax. Ultra glide provides better, long lasting glide than usual wax. Start Ultra gel is HC-solvent free and prevents ski base drying.
START Pine Tar For Wood Skis
$25.00
Traditional burn-in pine tar for your old woodies. A great air freshener for the Nordic skier in your life! 250ML.
Swix CH Liquid Wax
$25.00
A liquid spray-on training wax that can be used alone or as under layer for racing waxes.
Toko Base Performance Hot Wax 120gm
$22.00
Ecological hydrocarbon hot wax for training sessions and taking care of ski and snowboard bases. Biodegradable Resealable wax case Snow temperature recommendations: Yellow 32F to 21F Red 25F to 10F Blue 14F to -22F
Fast Wax Base Saver Teflon Film For Fluoros
$20.00
DON'T BE AFRAID OF FLUOROS! Fast Wax founder, Dan Meyer, has developed an innovative new film to protect your bases while applying high-heat, pure fluoro waxes or additive cold powders. To use, lightly cork in or smooth your fluoro or cold powder, place the Base Saver Teflon side down between your iron and the base, and make one pass at 260-280 F using medium to firm pressure. Let cool and brush out. Will work with all wax brands. The Base Saver will help newer waxers gain confidence with their tools and techniques for high-level race waxing. All pure fluoros have melting points that are dangerously close to melting points of ski bases. This is a very inexpensive way to help protect your race skis. Come race day, the speed is worth the investment! Lasts dozens of applications. One sheet.
START Non-Fluoro SG Glider
$20.00
SG 10 GREEN (-22F to 14F): The gold-standard for cold weather glide wax. Start Green is incredibly hard. Ideal for ultra-cold temps with abrasive, fresh snow.Caution! Start Green is incredibly hard - 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. Requires a sharp, fresh scraper to scrape effectively. SG 8 BLUE ( 10F to 20): A great basic glider for training and racing when humidity is <55%. SG 6 PURPLE (20F to 27F): A great basic glider for training and racing when humidity is <55%.
Vauhti Liquid GW 80ML
$17.00
GW liquid glide waxes can be applied quickly and easily. It is based on the hydrocarbon ingredients used in Vauhti race paraffin waxes and high-quality solvents, which give excellence performance and good durability to the product. GW liquid does not contain any fluorocarbons. For best performance use on top of Quick Base liquid primer. GW COLD (5/28F) is suitable for all snow types when the temperature is below 28F. GW MID (23/32F) is suitable for all snow types, especially on new snow and damp snow. GW WET (30//50) is suitable for all snow types from wet snow to damp snow down to zero degrees.
Toko Grip & Glide Liquid Wax 100ml
$15.75
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.
Fast Wax Non-Fluoro HS 80g
$11.00 - $15.00
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.
Rex Non-Fluoro 86g Ultra Glide
$15.00
Green 86g Ultra Glide (-18F to 20F) A reliable wax for colder temperatures and conditions where harder wax is needed, e.g. icy tracks or dirty snow. A long-time favorite of die-hard Nordic skiers everywhere. Blue 86g Ultra Glide (14F to 30F) New Moon all-time best seller. Legendary Rex Blue is one of the best non-fluorinated gliders for decades running. An ideal choice for base waxing and training. Violet 86g Ultra Glide (23F to 32F) Popular glide wax for the 20s to mid-30s, especially on humid snow. Excellent durability. Red 86g Ultra Glide (32F to 50F) Softest of the Rex gliders, and therefore suitable for soft tracks and wet new snow.
Swix CHX Non-Fluorocarbon 60g
$12.00
These hydrocarbons (CH) have no fluorocarbon material in the blends. They are 100% high performance hydrocarbon paraffins. Although they can be looked upon as an economical racing wax group, the colder waxes perform very well alone, and the warmer waxes make an acceptable base layer for Cera F . Their colors and temperature ranges coincide with the HFX and LFX Waxes. The CHX waxes can be distinguished from the LFX waxes by their darker shade of color. CHX Comes in 60 , 180 and 900 gram packages. CH4X: 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 new cold hydrocarbon wax for extreme cold conditions. CH4X can be used alone as a race wax when the air humidity is low. It performs very well on artificial snow and has a great durability. In the warmer part of the temperature range and with high air humidity, Cera F powder FC04X will increase the performance. CH5X: Temperature range: 18F to 7F. Recommended iron temp: 150C (311F). CH5X is easier to apply than CH4 this wax provides outstanding glide properties within its temperature range and has great durability. It can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder FC5X. CH5X: Temperature range: 23F to 14F. Recommended iron temp: 145C (293F). CH6X is an economic training and racing wax as well as a base prep wax for cold skis. It has high durability and offers great performance in most snow conditions as well as on artificial and glacier snow. CH7X: Temperature range: 28F to 18F. Recommended iron temp: 140C (284F). A new and improved 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. It is an economic training and racing wax as well as an all round base prep wax. CH8X: Temperature range: 25F to 39F. Recommended iron temp: 130C (266F). An economic training and racing wax as well as base prep wax for warm skis. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with. CH10X: Temperature range: 32F to 50F. Recommended iron temp: 120C (248F). Slightly harder than the old CH10, test results show that a harder wax performs better in very wet saturated snow. The adjusted hardness makes it more durable than before. Good wax for base prep and training. For racing we recommend to go with fluoro wax in this temperature area.
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