Tools & Tuning
HS10 is a great base prep wax, but also a great training wax. Ideal in warm conditions, typically during spring skiing. For racing, we recommend going with a top coat as the final layer. 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: 150°C (302°F). Details: - A popular wax in nordic disciplines - Good water repellent properties - Replaces LF10X - For training and competition Highlights: - For warm conditions - Easy to work with - For training and competition - Great performance and durability - Fluoro-free and non-toxic - Well tested on many conditions
The 5 series is the hardest wax in the HS 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. - HS5 can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for top coats. - Recommended iron temp: 150°C (311°F). - -10°C to -18°C (14°F to 0°F).
$12.99 - $35.00
The UR range is a range of fluoro-free glide wax for training and racing. - A hard glide wax - For cold conditions - For those who want a better skiing experience - High durability
Efficient and fast solution during snowboarding competitions. 13.2 cm x 4.3 cm x 3.2 cm
The UR range is a range of fluoro-free glide wax for training and racing. - An extra soft glide wax - For warm conditions - For those who want a better skiing experience - High durability
Synthetic cork for kick wax. This synthetic cork has a higher density than a regular synthetic cork. For racing.
Used for klister application or to remove wax or klister from the base before cleaning with Base Cleaner.
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