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SHOPPING APPOINTMENTS LEARN MORE: New bookings suspended while we await resupply of Classic/Touring equipment 
WALK-UP SHOPPING: Available for skate ski gear, race gear (classic and skate), and all clothing, waxes and accessories. Available for bicycles and accessories.
EQUIPMENT PICKUP: No appointment needed
SKI WAXING SERVICE / REPAIR: No appointment needed 
BICYCLE REPAIR: Unavailability of parts prevents some service. Please call/email ahead. 
DAILY XC RENTAL: Unless government regulations prevent us, we expect to rent gear from the SJAM Winter Trail location only.

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Vauhti Foxgel Minus 35g -5...-15
$84.99 $169.99 50% Off
Waxing instructions: Apply the emulsion on the glide surfaces to a maximum 1 meter length at a time and immediately spread it into a thin film. Foxgel Minus is thicker than Foxgel Wet, which is why on the kick zone it decreases the grip slightly. Use this product for coating grip waxes and klisters only when grip waxing is over gripping and it is necessary to reduce the grip. Notice! Remember to brush carefully with nylon brush a ski waxed with Fox Gel Minus.
Vauhti hfC21 Gel -6...-20
$84.99 $169.99 50% Off
START Functional High Fluor Liquid
$139.99
Start FHF3 Functional Ultra Humid Liquid is suitable for all snow conditions when humidity is over 75%. Start FHF1 Functional Ultra Wet Liquid is suitable for all snow conditions when humidity is over 75%.
Vauhti Silver Liquid 0...+15
A liquid fluor finishing additive for very wet conditions with dirty snow- Application: 1. On top of bases prepared with fluor powder or compressed fluor glides: Shake the bottle well prior to application. Spread a thin, even layer of the liquid on top of a brushed, room temperature fluor waxed ski base. Let dry for at least five minutes and brush the coating with a nylon brush. A longer drying time will add and enhance the durability and wear resistance of the waxing. 2. On top of non or low fluor glide waxes: Shake the bottle well prior to application. Spread a thin, even layer of the liquid on top of a waxed and brushed ski base. Let dry for 3-4 minutes. Spread a second thin layer and let dry for at least five minutes. Rub the dried coating vigorously with a natural cork. The best results are achieved with a mechanical rotocork. When the bases have cooled off completely finish off with a nylon brush. A longer drying time will add and enhance the durability and wear resistance of the waxing.
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