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$20.99
Base spray wax for fine-grained and transformed snow. To apply, hold the bottle upside down and slowly move it along the grip zone of the ski base on both sides of the groove. The distance between the base and the bottle should be approximately 5 cm. Apply only a thin layer and wait a few minutes before applying the relevant grip wax for the conditions. You will then have a wax layer that is much more durable than without a base wax. Very convenient for training and when you don't have a waxing iron available. - Sprayable base wax - For conditions that can quickly wear away grip wax - For ski waxers - Hard-wearing base
$20.99
Fluorfree kick wax for the cold to extremely cold ski trips. Light blue kick wax designed for dry and cold to extremely cold conditions. - Fluoro free kickwax - For colder ski trips - Made for racing - For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from -8°C to -16°C (18°F to 3°F). - Old/partly transformed snow from -12°C to -20°C (10°F to -4°F). Light blue kick wax designed for dry and cold to extremely cold conditions. Apply each layer thin – then smoothen the surface with a synthetic cork (T12). The VP-line is primarily designed for racers and ambitious non-racing individuals but can also be used by recreational skiers who want the optimum skiing experience.
$20.99
For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from 0°C to -3°C (32°F to 27°F). Old/partly transformed snow from -1°C to -6°C (30°F to 21°F). Purple kick wax designed for conditions a few degrees below the freezing point. Provides perfect kick until you experience moderate shiny tracks. 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). The VP-line is primarily designed for racers and ambitious non-racing individuals but can also be used by recreational skiers who wants the optimum skiing experience. - VP-line from Swix - Kick wax - For training and competition - Fluoro free - Durable - Ski wax from Swix
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An excellent wax for challenging conditions around zero degrees. For new and recent fine-grained snow from 0°C to 2°C. Old/partly transformed snow from 0°C to -4°C. Red/black grip wax with fantastic properties in difficult conditions around zero degrees. Also works well on the colder side at high humidity and transformed snow. The black additive is the guarantor for great flexibility and reduced risk of icing. VP65 works best with a couple of layers of a slightly harder wax as a base, and it also works very well for covering klister. Each layer is applied thinly and then smoothed out with a synthetic cork (T12). For a better result, it is recommended that the wax is cold when applied. The VP waxes are made primarily for top racers and serious skiers, but can be used by recreational skiers who want that little extra to get the very best wax for their ski trip. - Racing grip wax - Reduces risk of icing - Excellent dirt-repellent properties - Our second softest adhesive wax
$19.99
Durable base wax! Base kick wax for transformed and new snow. Improved wear on kick wax. To be used as first layer for all hard waxes in new fallen snow, transformed fine-grained snow and old snow from +1°C to -20°C (30°F to -4°F). Rub on and iron in with a waxing iron (110°C/230°F). Cork smooth. Base wax is much easier to apply when it is cold. Store it in the fridge or in the snow before application.
$19.99
Allround, fluoro free kickwax for normal winter conditions. Fluoro free, purple-blue kick wax for normal winter conditions well below the freezing point. - Fluoro free kickwax. - A winner in the winter trails. - For racing - 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 is 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). The VP-line is primarily designed for racers and ambitious non-racing individuals but can also be used by recreational skiers who want the optimum skiing experience.
$19.95
Gives faster skis. Cleaner & conditioner glide sections of racing skis and snowboards. - Ski Cleaner for glide zone. - For everyone who waxes their skis. Cleaner for fluoro glide wax and CH-wax. Improves glide and conditions the base. For glide sections only on all racing skis and snowboards. Involves no hard mechanical treatment of the base. No wearing of the stone grind pattern in the ski base. Makes the ski faster! Apply cleaner (I84C) with Fiberlene. Brush with white nylon brush while wet. Wipe clean with Fiberlene. Let dry for 5-30 minutes. Brush with hand steel brush (or Roto steel brush). Wax with Base Prep wax. 16.9 fl. oz.
$14.99
PS10 is an economic training and racing wax as well as base prep wax for warm skis. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. It's important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. Recommended iron temp: 120°C (248°F). - A versatile wax for warm conditions - Low melting point and easy to apply
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The PS5 is the hardest wax in the line, and is a great choice in cold conditions, due to its great durability and dry friction properties. It's a great choice both for alpine and cross country. Despite being a wax for cold conditions, the melting point makes it easier to apply than many competitors in this area, without sacrificing the great glide properties. For fresh, old, or manmade snow. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. Scraping after appr. one minute. Important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. PS5 can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for top coats. Recommended iron temp: 150°C (311°F) - Recommended iron temp: 150°C (311°F). - Replaces the CH5X. - -10°C to -18°C (14°F to 0°F).
$14.99
PS6 is very versatile. Its area of use stretches from underlayer for powder to racing wax and base prep wax for cold skis. PS6 has good durability and offers great performance on natural and artificial snow. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. Important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. PS6 can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for powders and other top coats. Recommended iron temp: 145°C (293°F). - Recommended iron temp: 145°C (293°F). - Replaces the CH6X - -6°C to -12°C (21°F to 10°F).
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PS7 is a wax that performs great in normal winter conditions below the freezing point. Its hardness makes it convenient to work with and easy to get a good end result. PS7 is an economic training and racing wax as well as an all-round base prep wax. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. It's important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. Recommended iron temp: 140°C (284°F). - Recommended iron temp: 140°C (284°F). - Replaces the CH7X. - -2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F).
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PS8 is an economic training and racing wax as well as base prep wax for warm skis. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. It's important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. Recommended iron temp: 130°C (266°F). - Recommended iron temp: 130°C (266°F). - Replaces the CH8X. - -4°C to +4°C (25°F to 39°F).
$12.99
Fluor Free Hydrocarbon wax -8°C to -14°C. Good race wax in very cold conditions. Good in dry conditions. - Durable wax for cold conditions - Can be used alone or are as underlayer for top-coats Temperature range from -8°C to -14°C (18°F to 7°F). Recommended iron temp.: 150°C (311°F). The 5 series fulfill a hardness gap between the 4 and the 6 series. It’s easier to apply than the 4 series, but provides outstanding glide properties within its temperature range, and has a great durability. The speed of the iron should be approx. 8-10 sec. on a skating or alpine ski. The wax can be re-heated after cooling to room temperature (10 min) for better durability. Scraping after appr. one minute. Important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. CH05X can be used as a race wax alone, but is often used as a base for Cera F powder, such as FC05X.
$11.99
Attach the Fibertex to an oval or rectangular brush. Move the brush back and forth on the surface of the base. When the gray lining is gone, you’re done. For removing microhairs we recommend approx. 50 brush strokes back and forth. - Pack of three sandpapers 110 x 150 mm - Aluminum oxide abrasive particles
$11.99
Supreme in extreme cold conditions! Kick wax in the classic V-Line, perfect for both touring, training, and racing. Excellent grip. - New fallen snow -12°C to -25°C (10°F to -12°F). - Old fine-grained snow -15°C to -30°C (5°F to -22°F). As the name indicates, this is hardwax made for the coldest conditions. Frequently used in the polar regions of Europe and North America. 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.
$11.99
Great kick just below zero! Kick wax in the classic V-Line, perfect for both touring, training, and racing. Excellent grip. - New fallen snow 0°C to -3°C (32°F to 27°F). - Old fine-grained snow -2°C to -6°C (28°F to 21°F). A very frequently used wax, both in racing and touring. When Blue Extra becomes somewhat slippery, a thin layer of Violet Special probably is the right wax. 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.
$9.99
Efficient and fast solution during snowboarding competitions. 13.2 cm x 4.3 cm x 3.2 cm
$7.99
Super practical combi-cork! Synthetic cork with sandpaper for sanding and wax corking. Synthetic Cork with #100 grit sandpaper attached with Velcro. A combi cork with sandpaper to be used on the kick zone before applying kick wax; Will make the kick wax adhere better to the base.
$7.99
Synthetic cork for kick wax. This synthetic cork has a higher density than a regular synthetic cork. For racing.
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Practical combi pack with Fibertex. Fibertex Combi Pack with Fine (T266)/ Medium (T264) and Coarse (T266N) for ski base care.
$6.99
Practical combi cork for polishing Cera F and liquid topping. High quality natural cork with felt/ for application of Cera F.
$3.99
Replacement sandpaper for synthetic combi cork (T0011) #120. 3 pcs.
$3.99
Used for klister application or to remove wax or klister from the base before cleaning with Base Cleaner.
A liquid spray-on training and racing wax that can be used alone, or as base for other racing waxes. For very wet conditions when the snow has turned transformed. Ideal for spring skiing when the dirt content typically is high, as HS10L collect less pollution from the snow than comparable paraffin waxes. A great choice in warm weather that never underperforms. Replaces the CH10XL. - +2°C to +10°C (36°F to 50°F).
A liquid spray-on training and racing wax that can be used alone, or as base for other racing waxes. HS6L is especially developed for cold conditions, down to -12°C (10°F). Below this point liquids are normally outperformed by traditional paraffin waxes. - HS6L is a versatile wax that works in all snow conditions, but performs at its best when the humidity is high. - Replaces the CH6XL. - -4°C to -12°C (25°F to 10°F).
A liquid spray-on training and racing wax that can be used alone, or as base for other racing waxes. HS7L performs at its best when typical winter conditions below the freezing point. - Can handle various snow conditions and is not humidity sensitive. - A safe choice that rarely underperforms within its core area of use. - Replaces the CH7XL. - -2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F).
A liquid spray-on training and racing wax that can be used alone, or as base for other racing waxes. HS8L is an extremely versatile wax on both sides of the freezing point with exceptional feedback from racing. It performs in older snow below freezing, new falling snow above freezing and everything between. Basically a must have in conditions you will meet often. - Replaces the CH8XL. - -4°C to +4°C (25°F to 39°F).
Special extra soft polishing brush specifically designed for use with High Performance Liquid Waxes
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