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.