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.
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.
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.
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.
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