Waxes specially created for the World Cup a few years ago at the request of national teams. Recently they have been gaining great popularity among cross-country skiers thanks to their quality and results. As if the already high level of the classic Rode waxes STICK and KLISTER wasn’t enough, these variants are their evolution, ensuring the same grip, but even more sliding. For 2020, directly from the cases of the Ski Wax Test of the World Cup, to expand the range of high performance products in the catalog for all fans we have four new entries: B15, B17, B310 into Stick Top Line KRS3 into Klister top Line
$18.95 - $19.00
MULTIGRADE (21F to 42F) This one is killer in coarse snow and when the tracks are falling apart. If you're building a klister collection, this better be in there! SPECIAL BLUE (10F to 25F) This one isn't as tough as Chola, but other waxes bond to it more easily so you can also cover it with hard wax in cold, abrasive new snow. BLUE (23F to 32F) When the track is thawed and refrozen. This is for the blazing fast hold-on-to-your-hats type of days! Don't be afraid of klister! Imagine rollerski kick with melt-your face speed! That is what spring skiing is all about. VIOLET SPECIAL (23F to 30F) This is the ticket as a binder for cold snow under blue hardwax! VIOLET (27F to 32F) This is the ticket as a binder for cold snow under blue hardwax! RED (28F to 39F) This needs to be in your box, as you'll want to try mixing it with other waxes to increase speed and prevent icing. SPECIAL RED (32F to 37F) Great for wet snow or mixing to prevent icing and speed up other waxes. SILVER (31F to 34F) Mix this stuff in where the snow is dirty to maintain speed and prevent icing. SILVER EXTRA (32F to 39F) For very dirty snow. UNIVERSAL (32F)
Time-proven base klister. Extremely durable. Apply with torch or heat gun to aide in application.
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