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
Top layer kick wax with high fluoro content. Better glide and easier skiing. Reduces risk for icing. Excellent when high humidity. To be used as top layer.
$24.00 - $39.00
Made for World Cup Racing, now available to all. TLine B17 : New or slightly transformed snow. 5º-23ºF TLine B310: All types of new or slightly transformed snow, falling snow. 5º-23ºF TLine VO: New or slightly transformed snow. 28ºF- 32ºF TLine VPS: New or recently transformed snow, falling snow. 30º- 32ºF TLine VXPS: New or slightly transformed snow. 32ºF
New Start FHF line is a functional fluorinated kick wax line. Suitable for use as kick wax alone, or as a finishing wax applied on top of kick waxing.
Kit contains: - Rex Grip Red for moist, packing snow around freezing and warmer. - Rex Grip Blue for teens and twenties Fahrenheit temps - Rex Grip Green for "squeaky" cold conditions - Synthetic Cork - Scraper
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.
Oslo kickers have quickly become some of New Moon's most popular kick waxes due to their reliable and forgiving kick in widely varying conditions. Designed with Norwegian snow conditions in mind where elevation and North Atlantic storms create complex waxing. For coarse, abrasive, or man made snow turning into powder as elevation or race conditions change. Can be corked in trailside! Non-fluorinated. Comes in: Super Green (5F to 19F) Extra Blue(18F to 28F) Purple (27F to 36F)
VP30 Pro Light Blue -16/-8, 45g Fluorfree kick wax for the cold to extremely cold ski trips. Light blue kick wax designed for dry and cold to extremely cold conditions. VP40 Blue For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from -4°C to -10°C (25°F to 14°F). Old/partly transformed snow from -5°C to -14°C (23°F to 7°F). Blue kick wax designed for dry and cold winter conditions. A safe choice for normal midwinter inland conditions. Apply each layer thin – then smoothen the surface with a synthetic cork (T12). VP45 PRO BLUE/VIOLET -5/-1, 45G For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from -1°C to -5°C (30°F to 23°F). Old/partly transformed snow from -3°C to -8°C (27°F to 18°F). Purple-blue kick wax designed for normal winter conditions well below the freezing point. An obvious “next step” if VP40 does not provide a safe kick. Apply each layer thin – then smoothen the surface with a synthetic cork (T12). VP60 PRO VIOLET/RED -1/2, 45G For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from 2°C to -1°C (36°F to 30°F). Old/partly transformed snow from -1°C to -4°C (34°F to 25°F). Purple-red kick wax works very well in moist new snow and shiny tracks. Will also work on older, slightly transformed snow some degrees below the freezing point. If tricky conditions around zero VP65 is recommended. The wax contains a new additive designed to impart maximum lubricity. This improves the stick-slip properties of the wax and gives an excellent feeling. Apply each layer thin – then smoothen the surface with a synthetic cork (T12). Applying the wax when it is cold will ease the application process. VP65 PRO BLACK/RED 0/+2C, 45G For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from 0°C to 2°C (32°F to 36°F). Old/partly transformed snow from 0°C to -4°C (32°F to 25°F). Red/black kick wax with extraordinary properties when tricky conditions around the freezing point. Also brilliant on the cold side when high humidity and older/transformed snow. The black additive speaks for versatility and great anti-icing properties. VP65 works best on top of a couple of layers of a slightly harder wax. It also works great as a cover on top of klisters. Apply each layer thin – then smoothen the surface with a synthetic cork (T12). Applying the wax when it is cold will ease the application process.
Like the popular Oslo kicker line, but targeted to newer snows. Fluorinated kick wax for medium to high humidity (55-100%). Can be used as a kick wax alone, or as a finishing wax applied on top of kick waxing. Ideal for fresh to lightly transformed snow. Comes in: Blue (14F to 25F) Red (23F to 30F) Purple (28F to 38F) Yellow (34F to 37F)
Swix's Krystal line is a fluorinated racing kick wax, perfect for training and competition. Excellent kick and glide properties. KRYSTAL VR30 LIGHT BLUE -22F to 19F High performance kicker for cold snows below 20F. Very popular with classic racers. Easily covers with VR40 if tracks are a bit slippery. Applies best at room temp for easy of corking. KRYSTAL VR40 BLUE 10F TO 28F Racing counterpart to the popular V40 Blue Extra. Fluoro additives aide with glide speed and dirt resistance. Makes an excellent cover wax for both colder and warmer waxes if needed. KRYSTAL VR45 LIGHT VIOLET 18F TO 32F Narrow-range, moist snow wax for the upper 20s and low 30s. Cover with VR40 if icing is a problem. KRYSTAL VR50 VIOLET 25F TO 34F Hardwax for damp snow near freezing. Cover with a colder wax or Rex Hydrex if icing is an issue. KRYSTAL VR55N VIOLET 27F TO 36F Newer addition to the VR line with silver additive for dirt resistance. KRYSTAL VR60 SILVER 28F to 36F Wet/fresh snow hardwax for wet snow above freezing. KRYSTAL VR62 FLUORO KLISTER 28F to 37F Swix VR62 Fluoro Klister 45gm (28/37F) is a World Cup wax for new, slightly moist snow and for older, transformed snow near freezing. KRYSTAL VR65 RED/YEL/SIL 30F to 38F Swix Krystal VR 65 Great for coarse new snow that is being wetted from below. KRYSTAL VR70 RED 34F to 39F Silver additive for dirt and grunge resistance. KRYSTAL VR75 YELLOW 36F to 39F For wet new snow.
Durable base binder for added durability. Base binders are essential for long outings or marathons. Apply to a clean kick zone by touching stick to a warm wax iron and then dabbing to the ski. Warm again on ski with iron and cork out to a smooth finish. Let cool before applying he wax of the day.
An interesting line of high performance fluor grip wax with outstanding durability. When it's just a bit too slick for hard wax to give the grip you're looking for, but just enough powdery snow to make klister ice up? Power grip is a great bet! Combines best features of synthetic grip waxes and klisters. Suitable both for racing use and recreational skiers. PowerGrip waxes can be used underneath regular grip waxes to provide an elastic and grippy base. Super-durable, wide-range waxes for all snow conditions. Eliminates the need for binder. Apply only a very thin layer, using an iron. Works best in transformed snow conditions. 45g tins. Powergrip Green (0F to 18F) The king of PowerGrip waxes! An unbeatable grip wax for cold conditons. Same properties as on PowerGrip Blue, but for colder temperatures. Excellent base wax for racing. Powergrip Blue (14F to 24F) One of the best grip waxes on the market. Extremely durable for all icy, glazed and old snow conditions. For new snow, apply a thinner layer. Works also relatively well on moist snow. Powergrip Violet (23F to 35F) For icy, glazed, coarse, and extremely hard tracks. In temperatures around 0°C it can be used instead of klisters. For new and falling snow apply a thin layer.
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.
Racing Grip waxes, rethought Next level combination of grip and glide with Rex Dual Compound technology: The innovative recipe of our N-line grip waxes consists of both pressure-sensitive and temperature-sensitive raw materials in an optimal ratio, to achieve a perfect balance for the demands of today’s World Cup racing tracks. Taking advantage of Rex N-Kinetic technology increases the glide and dirt repellency of the series. N-series grip waxes can be used as cover waxes, or just on their own. Already World Cup proven with a confirmed win with N-line waxes! The new fluor-free N-line series replaces our previous Pro Grip series N11 Yellow (28/36)F A versatile soft kick wax for both plus and minus degrees. On dry snow use as a coating for harder underlayer, on wet snow use as coating for klisters. N21 Blue (15/28)F Blue wax for mid-frost conditions. N21 has fairly hard consistency, but gives you still good grip thanks to Rex Dual compound materials. Can be used on its own, as mid layer or as a cover wax. N21 G Black "new snow" (15/34)F Blue condition kick wax for especially new snow. With the same graphite additive used in our glide waxes for new snow. Anti-static and does not collect snow. Excellent non-fluorinated alternative for our popular Racing Service Line 30G grip wax. N31 Green (-4/15)F A hard kick wax for cold conditions. Excellent glide properties on aggressive, sharp crystal snow, with still enough kick to be used as alone or as a final layer. N41 Pink "old snow" (5/28)F A kick wax designed for old, transformed and artificial snow. So called klister/hard wax mixture recipe. The softness and tackiness gives it good grip, and added N-kinetic compounds give world cup level glide for the wax. Excellent non-fluorinated alternative for our popular Racing Service Line TK-1814 grip wax
Limited Edition Grip Wax Especially useful on high traffic, man-made snow and older tracks. Can often replace klister. TK-1814 was designed for the conditions that are usual in the world cup during the early season when the snow has been hauled from a didsance mountains and spread with heavy equipment. Performance on artificial snow has proven amazing as well. We recommend this as a must-have for your wax collection.
The original universal grip tape. Apply to a clean and dry kick zone and enjoy up to several hundred Ks of good kick if you keep the tape clean. Cork aggressively to "refresh".
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)
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.
The purpose of a base wax is to adhere the kicking wax to the kick zone of your skis. What makes Start base waxes unique is their use of klister as a solution for maintaining durability. Start base waxes are comprised of a combination of synthetic rubber, klister, and pine tar. The difference between base wax and base wax extra is that base wax extra contains more klister which will improve durability in coarse grained snow. This works well for artifiical, transformed, coarse, or abrasive snow. Application: Start Base wax is to be applied with an iron that is only used for kick waxing. You can rub the iron on the kick wax to warm it up, and then rub the warmed can onto the ski in a thin layer. Iron into a thin, even layer, and allow to cool. This stuff can be tricky to apply, but it is 100% worth it.
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.
Rex's well-known and trusted basic grip wax line contains some classics, which have been in production for over 50 years! 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.
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