Base Green: Used as the foundation for other GripSprays (or other klisters or grip waxes) and greatly improves abrasion resistance and durability.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
New fallen snow 0°C to +1°C (32°F to 34°F). Old fine grained snow 0°C to -2°C (32°F to 28°F). For moist new snow up to +1°C (34°F) and down to -2°C (28°F) in older more transformed granular snow. The V-Line of hard kick-waxes is made for racing and recreational skiing. Their quality is very high due to fully refined petroleum waxes, synthetic rubbers and pharmaceutical quality oils.
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.
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