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Vauhti Blackfox Block -2...-20
$85.00 $170.00 50% Off
A block for dry and severe cold conditions BlackFox performs well in severe cold even with low humidity . The operating range is wider when the snow is dirty. Use either an SF or HF series Blue or Green glider as a basewax for the GoldFox powder. Application: Hot application with an iron: Apply an even layer of the desired compressed fluor on the glide surfaces. Bind the layer of concentrate to the base with quick strokes of the iron. After light ironing, spread another layer and bind again with light strokes of the iron. Spread a third layer and iron on the same way as a powder. Using this method will get enough product on the bases and the actual ironing can take place safely without harming the ski. The end result is very close to a powder application. Iron the concentrate in wet conditions without a Teflon sheet in such a way that the product melts completely. In humid below freezing conditions use a Teflon sheet. This causes the glide surface to become “greasier”. Always apply a cold rubbed final layer in dry, cold, below freezing conditions. Cold rubbed application: Rub or “crayon” on a layer to the glide surfaces of your skis. Use a natural cork with sufficient force so that the compressed fluor on the ski base becomes shiny. This takes about 2-3 minutes of corking per ski. Let the skis cool for a few minutes and then nylon brush. Repeat this step if the distance to be skied is long, or if the snow surface is abrasive, or if the ski bases are in bad condition and have not been adequately stone ground or sanded. The corking can also be done with a rotocork. Before you begin, make sure that the cork is clean. If using a roto cork, keep rpms low and use very light pressure – take care not to brush too much. Tips for working with compressed fluor gliders: - A thin cold rubbed compressed fluor layer fine tunes and improves performance in nearly all below freezing conditions. - If you want to alter a powder's working range, do it with a layer of fluor concentrate before applying the powder: For example a layer of Zero compressed fluor block followed by the Gold powder. This improves the moisture tolerance of the Gold powder. - If you are not an experienced fluor product user, use cold rubbed compressed fluor layers as the top coats. This maximizes your chances of achieving the best possible performance.
Vauhti Silver G Block -0.5...+15
$80.00 $160.00 50% Off
A specialty block with a graphite additive for near freezing and wet conditions The improved composition of Silverfox G is much harder and wear resistant than the regular white Silverfox. The optimal working range is coarse wet conditions and in general, all wet conditions where the snow is dirty. The working range extends below freezing to about -1°C on new moist snow and on old snow to about -3°C. Application: Hot application with an iron: Apply an even layer of the desired compressed fluor on the glide surfaces. Bind the layer of concentrate to the base with quick strokes of the iron. After light ironing, spread another layer and bind again with light strokes of the iron. Spread a third layer and iron on the same way as a powder. Using this method will get enough product on the bases and the actual ironing can take place safely without harming the ski. The end result is very close to a powder application. Iron the concentrate in wet conditions without a Teflon sheet in such a way that the product melts completely. In humid below freezing conditions use a Teflon sheet. This causes the glide surface to become “greasier”. Always apply a cold rubbed final layer in dry, cold, below freezing conditions. Cold rubbed application: Rub or “crayon” on a layer to the glide surfaces of your skis. Use a natural cork with sufficient force so that the compressed fluor on the ski base becomes shiny. This takes about 2-3 minutes of corking per ski. Let the skis cool for a few minutes and then nylon brush. Repeat this step if the distance to be skied is long, or if the snow surface is abrasive, or if the ski bases are in bad condition and have not been adequately stone ground or sanded. The corking can also be done with a rotocork. Before you begin, make sure that the cork is clean. If using a roto cork, keep rpms low and use very light pressure – take care not to brush too much. Tips for working with compressed fluor gliders: - A thin cold rubbed compressed fluor layer fine tunes and improves performance in nearly all below freezing conditions. - If you want to alter a powder's working range, do it with a layer of fluor concentrate before applying the powder: For example a layer of Zero compressed fluor block followed by the Gold powder. This improves the moisture tolerance of the Gold powder. - If you are not an experienced fluor product user, use cold rubbed compressed fluor layers as the top coats. This maximizes your chances of achieving the best possible performance.
Vauhti Silverfox Wet Block 0...+15
$80.00 $160.00 50% Off
A specialty block for drenched, thoroughly wet conditions The composition of Silverfox is improved for performance in very wet conditions. The optimal range extends from slushy wet to wet and sticky conditions around the freezing point. SilverFox is not recommend when the temperature is colder than the freezing point. It is also not recommended for use in dirty snow. Application: Hot application with an iron: Apply an even layer of the desired compressed fluor on the glide surfaces. Bind the layer of concentrate to the base with quick strokes of the iron. After light ironing, spread another layer and bind again with light strokes of the iron. Spread a third layer and iron on the same way as a powder. Using this method will get enough product on the bases and the actual ironing can take place safely without harming the ski. The end result is very close to a powder application. Iron the concentrate in wet conditions without a Teflon sheet in such a way that the product melts completely. In humid below freezing conditions use a Teflon sheet. This causes the glide surface to become “greasier”. Always apply a cold rubbed final layer in dry, cold, below freezing conditions. Cold rubbed application: Rub or “crayon” on a layer to the glide surfaces of your skis. Use a natural cork with sufficient force so that the compressed fluor on the ski base becomes shiny. This takes about 2-3 minutes of corking per ski. Let the skis cool for a few minutes and then nylon brush. Repeat this step if the distance to be skied is long, or if the snow surface is abrasive, or if the ski bases are in bad condition and have not been adequately stone ground or sanded. The corking can also be done with a rotocork. Before you begin, make sure that the cork is clean. If using a roto cork, keep rpms low and use very light pressure – take care not to brush too much. Tips for working with compressed fluor gliders: - A thin cold rubbed compressed fluor layer fine tunes and improves performance in nearly all below freezing conditions. - If you want to alter a powder's working range, do it with a layer of fluor concentrate before applying the powder: For example a layer of Zero compressed fluor block followed by the Gold powder. This improves the moisture tolerance of the Gold powder. - If you are not an experienced fluor product user, use cold rubbed compressed fluor layers as the top coats. This maximizes your chances of achieving the best possible performance.
Vauhti Zerofox Block +2...-4
$85.00 $170.00 50% Off
A block for mild, below freezing conditions The composition of ZeroFox is also improved. It is harder than its predecessor and its optimal working range is broader. The powder also tolerates dry snow substantially better than the previous version. The improved working range extends, under normal humidity, from freezing all the way down to -5 to -8°C. Application: Hot application with an iron: Apply an even layer of the desired compressed fluor on the glide surfaces. Bind the layer of concentrate to the base with quick strokes of the iron. After light ironing, spread another layer and bind again with light strokes of the iron. Spread a third layer and iron on the same way as a powder. Using this method will get enough product on the bases and the actual ironing can take place safely without harming the ski. The end result is very close to a powder application. Iron the concentrate in wet conditions without a Teflon sheet in such a way that the product melts completely. In humid below freezing conditions use a Teflon sheet. This causes the glide surface to become “greasier”. Always apply a cold rubbed final layer in dry, cold, below freezing conditions. Cold rubbed application: Rub or “crayon” on a layer to the glide surfaces of your skis. Use a natural cork with sufficient force so that the compressed fluor on the ski base becomes shiny. This takes about 2-3 minutes of corking per ski. Let the skis cool for a few minutes and then nylon brush. Repeat this step if the distance to be skied is long, or if the snow surface is abrasive, or if the ski bases are in bad condition and have not been adequately stone ground or sanded. The corking can also be done with a rotocork. Before you begin, make sure that the cork is clean. If using a roto cork, keep rpms low and use very light pressure – take care not to brush too much. Tips for working with compressed fluor gliders: - A thin cold rubbed compressed fluor layer fine tunes and improves performance in nearly all below freezing conditions. - If you want to alter a powder's working range, do it with a layer of fluor concentrate before applying the powder: For example a layer of Zero compressed fluor block followed by the Gold powder. This improves the moisture tolerance of the Gold powder. - If you are not an experienced fluor product user, use cold rubbed compressed fluor layers as the top coats. This maximizes your chances of achieving the best possible performance.
Toko Jetstream Bloc
$114.99 $229.99 50% Off
This 100% RACING WAX TECHNOLOGY Bloc rub-on is used as a Top Finish Coat in racing and offers top gliding features and improved abrasion-resistance. •Suited for all types of snow regarding the physical meteo-data such as snow temperature and humidity •Remarkable acceleration and higher final speed •Improved long term performance thanks to high abrasion-resistance •Thanks to optimized particle size easy to iron or cork in Weight 20g JetStream Bloc 2.0 Blue Air Temp. -22 to 18f JetStream Bloc 2.0 Red Air temp.11-28f JetStream Bloc 2.0 Yellow Air Temp. 25-50f
Toko Jetstream Powder
$124.99 $249.99 50% Off
100% RACING WAX TECHNOLOGY Toko JetStream Powder 2.0 Wax that can either be ironed or corked in for remarkably increased acceleration, glide and long-term performance. FEATURES Suited for all types of snow Remarkable acceleration & higher final speed High abrasion resistance for improved long-term performance Optimized particle size that is easy to iron or cork in Size: 30g bottle
Swix Uni Turbo 100% Fluorocarbon Block
$115.00 $230.00 50% Off
Swix's most universal and most convenient pure fluoro. Apply by rubbing on to prepped glide surface, leaving a thin film of powder. Move very hot iron over the base briskly to melt the powder, adhering it to the base. Brush out gently with a horsehair brush or buff out with a felt pad and go ski. Excellent durability and and top-end speed for long outings or racing. Solid fluoros are a economical alternative to powders as the waxer has more control of application. 20g. 25F-39F.
Swix Warm Turbo 100% Fluorocarbon Block
$115.00 $230.00 50% Off
Swix FC8XS Ceraf Turbo Solid Warm -2C/+15C 20g Block
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