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Vauhti Carrot Tar Grip Wax
$10.00
GT CARROT TAR GRIP WAX Package size: 45g | 1.6oz Operating range: -1/-6°C | 30/21°F Recreational skier’s all-purpose grip for mild winter conditions. Easy to apply and durable grip wax with a wide operating range; if the ski track is hard and the snow is a few days old, the operating temperatures range from -1°C all the way down to -12°C. Among the raw materials used in the Tar Grip waxes is pit tar made from Finnish pine. In addition to the pleasant aroma, tar waxes have a wide operating range and more convenient waxing properties. The waxes are especially suitable for recreational skiers, although their qualities are attractive for even the most demanding racers as well.
Vauhti GF Grip Wax Fluorinated
$31.99
VAUHTI GF FLOUORINATED GRIP WAXES This excellent performance of GF-Line 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 sub-zero temperatures is reduced considerably and the grip properties are exceptional. GF-Line grip waxes have wide operation range, which makes them a good choice also for recreational skiers. GF RED GRIP WAX Operating range: +2/-1°C | 36/30°F Custom wax for 0°C conditions. Best in damp or variable, problematic conditions, at temperatures around 0°C, all snow types. GF RED can be used for coating klisters; it can also be mixed with other grip waxes. GF SILVER GRIP WAX Operating range: +1/-4°C | 34/25°F A grip wax containing aluminium and usable in a especially wide range of weather conditions. Due to its viscosity, it can be used as a base wax for GF RED, for example. An excellent choice for conditions where the snow temperature clearly varies between just above and just below 0°C. On old snow, the wax can be used at temperatures down to -4°C. GF PINK GRIP WAX Operating range: 0/-5°C | 32/23°F A special wax for new snow. Best in dry or variable new snow conditions. Softer content than in GF VIOLET gives better grip properties on soft track. GF VIOLET GRIP WAX Operating range: -1/-7°C A wax developed for new, fine snow in mild winter conditions. With this grip wax, you will get over the difficult new snow (‘Violet’) conditions. The grip properties of GF VIOLET grip wax set in already at approx. -0.5/-1°C; owing to its new composition, the glide properties of GF VIOLET are considerably better as compared to the former violet-coloured grip waxes. This is most evident at temperatures -2°C and below. You can use GF VIOLET down to -5°C on new snow and -10°C on old snow without hindering its glide properties. There is no freezing risk regardless of the snow type. The performance is optimal in conditions where the lower sections of the track are near 0°C and the higher sections are clearly below 0°C. Note! GF VIOLET is at its best on new or fine snow. For coarse snow and trails that are packed hard with snow (-3°C and colder), we recommend GD CARROT, which has been developed specifically for these conditions. GF CARROT GRIP WAX Operating range: -2/-12°C | 28/10°F A viscous, all-purpose wax that sticks extremely well to your skis at sub-zero temperatures. Works best on old or coarse snow. The best gripping temperatures begin at approx. -2°C and extend down to approx. -12°C on a hard-packed trail. The wax can be used alone or as a base wax for other GF-Line products, for which it is an excellent choice. The wax is extremely wear-resistant. GF BLUE GRIP WAX Operating range: -5/-15°C | 23/5°F Complementing grip wax for GF CARROT. Use if the snow is too fine for GF CARROT. Works best on fine and new snow, as well as on coarse snow, improving the glide of viscous grip waxes. Works in a wide range of conditions; on old snow, almost down to -20°C. GF GREEN GRIP WAX Operating range: -8/-20°C | 17.5/-4°F An all-purpose wax for winter conditions. The wax can be used at temperatures beginning from approx. -6°C and all the way down to -20°C, if the snow is not completely fresh. Suitable for all snow types. If you want to maximise the durability and grip conditions, use GF CARROT as a base wax.
Vauhti GS AT Base
$12.00
GS BACE AT BACE WAX Package sizes: 45g | 1.6oz Operating range: all temp A base wax also suitable for fresh snow conditions. Good durability, excellent glide properties. Can also be applied cold, without ironing.
Vauhti GS Base Super
$11.99
GS BASE SUPER BASE WAX Package sizes: 45g | 1.6oz Operating range: Universal Excellent durability. Use the Base Wax Super on coarse and abrasive snow, as well as on artificial snow or wet fresh snow at temperatures around 0°C.
Vauhti GS Base Super NF Liquid Grip Wax
$23.99
Excellent durability. Use the Base Wax Super on coarse and abrasive snow, as well as on artificial snow or wet fresh snow at temperatures around 0°C.
Vauhti GS Carrot Grip Wax
$11.99
GS CARROT GRIP WAX Package size: 45g | 1.6oz Operating range: -1/-6°C | 30/21°F Grip wax for a wide range of weather conditions; on old snow, almost down to 12°C. Vauhti GS Waxes are a basic grip wax series for all snow types.
Vauhti GS Green Grip Wax
$11.99
GS GREEN GRIP WAX Package size: 45g | 1.6oz Operating range: -10/-30°C | 14/-22°F Grip wax for very cold winter conditions. Intended for coating of softer grip waxes (Carrot or Blue) at temperatures below -10°C. Basic grip wax series for all snow types. SL Packaging is the same wax.
Vauhti GS Liquid Grip Wax
$23.99
Liquid grip waxes are suitable for all snow types and they can be applied on ski base easily without any tools. You get thin and even layers easily with a sponge and the waxes are very durable. Apply and let it dry perfectly. GS VIOLET – liquid grip wax -1/-7ºC | 30/19°F Liquid grip wax for fresh and fine natural snow in mild winter conditions. GS CARROT – liquid grip wax -2/-20ºC | 28/-4°F Liquid grip wax for cold winter conditions. Especially old and man-made snow.
Vauhti GS Red Grip Wax
$11.99
GS RED GRIP WAX Package size: 45g | 1.6oz Operating range: +1/-2°C | 34/28°F Aluminium-containing grip wax for all types of snow. Basic grip wax series for all snow types. SL Packaging is the same wax.
Vauhti Warm Tar Grip Wax 0...-2
$10.00
Grip wax for mild subzero conditions. It can withstand even fairly cold conditions but operates at its best in the -1°….-5°C (30°…23°F) temperature range.
Toko Nordic Base Wax Green
$14.00
Used as a base for other grip wax layers and increases abrasion resistance - Snow temperature: 0 °C to -30 °C - Air temperature: 10 °C to -30 °C - Volume: 27 g - Practical packaging: the wax can be twisted out like a glue stick
Swix Grip Wax (V-line)
$13.99
Grip wax for cross country skis Contains 45g. V05 Polar. Fresh snow:-12 to -25°C. Old snow: -15 to -30°C. V20 Green. Fresh snow: -8 to -15°C. Old snow: -10 to -18°C. V30 Blue. Fresh snow: -2 to -10°C. Old snow: -5 to -15°C. V40 Blue Extra. Fresh snow: -1 to -7°C. Old snow: -3 to -10°C. V45 Violet Special. Fresh snow: 0 to -3°C. Old snow: -2 to -6°C. V50 Violet. Fresh snow: 0°C. Old snow: -1 to -3°C. V55 Red Special. Fresh snow: +1 to 0°C. Old snow: 0 to -2°C. V60 Red/Silver. Fresh snow: +3 to 0°C. Old snow: +1 to -1°C.
Swix Grip Wax VR Krystal Fluorinated
$27.49 - $31.99
The VR waxes are Fluorinated kick waxes characterized by a high degree of flexibility. Each wax has two temperature ranges, one for new snow (sharp crystals) and one for old snow (rounded crystals). Offered in 45g cans. VR030 Light Blue · Designed for cold to extremely cold conditions. · New fallen snow -7°C to -20°C (19°F to -4°F) · Old fine grained snow -10°C to -30°C (14°F to -22°F) · 45g VR040 Blue · For normal, subfreezing temperatures. · New fallen snow -2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F) · Old fine grained snow -4°C to -12°C (25°F to 10°F) · 45g VR045 Flexi Light Violet · A flexible wax for temperatures around freezing and colder. · New fallen snow 0°C to -4°C (32°F to 25°F) · Old fine grained snow -2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F) · 45g VR050 Violet · Designed for moist to dry snow around freezing 0ºC · When used below freezing, high humidity is required. · New fallen snow 1°C to -2°C (34°F to 28°F) · Old fine grained snow 0°C to -5°C (32°F to 23°F) · 45g VR055 Silver/Violet · For slightly moist snow around freezing, and for older transformed snow below freezing. · It gives excellent kick without sacrificing glide. · New fallen snow 2°C to 0°C (36°F to 32°F) · Old fine grained snow 0°C to -3°C (32°F to 27°F) · 45g VR060 Silver · Designed for wet snow with little water content. · When used below freezing high humidity is required, or old finegrained snow. · New fallen snow 2°C to 0°C (36°F to 32°F) · Old fine grained snow 1°C to -2°C (34°F to 28°F) · 45g Swix VR62 Krystal Kick Wax For wet, moist, and fine grained snow. Has been tested in World Cup for two seasons. New fallen snow from 0°C to +3°C (32°F to 37°F) Transformed fine grained snow from +1°C to -2°C (34°F to 28°F) VR065 Red Yellow Silver · For moist snow. · Excellent on fresh, slightly wet to moist snow. · When used below freezing high humidity is required, or old finegrained snow. · New fallen snow 0°C to 3°C (32°F to 38°F) · Old fine grained snow 1°C to -1°C (34°F to 30°F) · 45g VR070 Klisterwax Red · For wet and moist new snow. Works also on wet transformed snow down to 0ºC (32ºF). · Apply thicker if very wet. · New fallen snow 1°C to 3°C (34°F to 38°F) · Old fine grained snow 0°C to 2°C (32°F to 36°F) · 45g VR075 Klisterwax Soft Yellow · For wet snow, glazy tracks. · Must be applied evenly. · To be used in tracks only. · New fallen snow 2°C to 5°C (36°F to 41°F) · 45g
Swix High Fluoro Hard Wax
$39.99
Top layer kick wax with high fluoro content. Better glide and easier skiing. Reduces risk for icing. Excellent when high humidity. To be used as top layer.
Swix Red Grip Spray 70mL
$21.99
V60LC RED GRIP SPRAY 0/+3C, 70ML Liquid grip wax covering the range on the warm side above freezing in new and fine grained snow conditions. 0°C to +3°C (32°F to 38°F). 2.4 fl. oz. For dedicated skiers demanding a fast and clean product with reliable kick qualities. Upside down applicator for better control!
Swix VG35 Base Binder
$22.99
VG35 Base Binder Green, 45g Extremely durable base wax! Basebinder kick wax for transformed and old snow. Improved wear on kick wax.
Swix VP Pro Grip Wax
$31.99
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. Apply each layer thin – then smooth the surface with a synthetic cork (T12). VP65 PRO BLACK/RED 0/+2C, 45G For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from 0°C to 2°C (32°F to 36°F). Old/partly transformed snow from 0°C to -4°C (32°F to 25°F). Red/black kick wax with extraordinary properties when tricky conditions around the freezing point. Also brilliant on the cold side when high humidity and older/transformed snow. The black additive speaks for versatility and great anti-icing properties. VP65 works best on top of a couple of layers of a slightly harder wax. It also works great as a cover on top of klisters. Applying the wax when it is cold will ease the application process. VP60 PRO VIOLET/RED -1/2, 45G For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from 2°C to -1°C (36°F to 30°F). Old/partly transformed snow from -1°C to -4°C (34°F to 25°F). Purple-red kick wax works very well in moist new snow and shiny tracks. Will also work on older, slightly transformed snow some degrees below the freezing point. If tricky conditions around zero VP65 is recommended. 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. VP55 PRO VIOLET -2/1, 45G For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from 1°C to -2°C (34°F to 28°F). Old/partly transformed snow from 0°C to -5°C (32°F to 23°F). Dark purple kick wax designed for moist, and new or new fallen snow around zero. Can also be used on older snow just below the freezing point without sacrificing glide. 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. VP45 PRO BLUE/VIOLET -5/-1, 45G 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 designed for normal winter conditions well below the freezing point. An obvious “next step” if VP40 does not provide a safe kick. VP40 PRO BLUE -10/-4, 45G For new and new fallen fine-grained snow from -4°C to -10°C (25°F to 14°F). Old/partly transformed snow from -5°C to -14°C (23°F to 7°F). Blue kick wax designed for dry and cold winter conditions. A safe choice for normal midwinter inland conditions. VP30 PRO LIGHT BLUE -16/-8, 45G 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.
START Blue Oslo Racing Fluorinated
$31.99
-2°...-8°C (28°...18°F) Start kick waxes for coarse grained and aggressive snow. Specially for Norway snow conditions.
START Green Oslo Racing Fluorinated
$31.99
-7°...-15°C (19°...5°F) Start kick waxes for coarse grained and aggressive snow. Specially for Norway snow conditions.
START Grip Tape HF
$33.99
-1°...-20°C (30°...-4°F) High Fluor Grip Tape Well tested Start Grip Tape and Start Grip Tape Sport are easy toadjust by following the application instructions in the package.They are well suited for all skiers who appreciate reliable anddurable kick waxing. For most skiers it lasts the whole season.
START Purple Oslo Racing Fluorinated
$31.99
2°...-3°C (36°...27°F) Start kick waxes for coarse grained and aggressive snow. Specially for Norway snow conditions.
START Terva Tar Kick Wax
$12.99
Start Tar kick waxes for new and fine snow. Suitable for use as kickwax for hobbyist in all snow conditions. Yellow: 2°...0°C (36°...32°F) Purple: 0.5°...-0.5°C (33°...31°F) Blue: -2°...-7°C (28°...19°F) Green: -7°...-12°C (19°...10°F) Black: -10°...-30°C (14°...-22°F)
START Yellow Racing Fluor
$31.99
3°...1°C (37°...34°F) New Start Racing Fluor line is a fluorinated kick wax line. Suitable for use as kick wax alone, or as a finishing wax applied on top of kick waxing.
Rode Black Base Wax
$13.00
Temperature: -20°C to -2°C (-4ºF to 28ºF) Base for hard waxes to spread in a thin film for colder temperatures. Waxes based on natural and synthetic resins essential for classic technique in cross-country skiing. They allow the ski to anchor to the snow in the pushing phase and at the same time to slide in the sliding phase. For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation, when crystals are still intact. Normally spread without heat, but they can be applied with iron in particular snow conditions. They cover a range of temperatures from -30°C to +4°C. They are solid in little can of about 45 g. Some stick has to be used with different temperatures depending on the geographical location; snow characteristics are not the same throughout the world, conditioning the performance of the wax. For this reason they present a double temperature. M.E. (Middle Europe) refers to purely alpine and central-southern Europe snow. N.E. (Nord Europe) refers to scandinavian and northern Europe snow.
Rode Blue Multigrade Grip Wax
$10.99
-3C°...-7C° / -5C°... -12C° Waxes based on natural and synthetic resins essential for classic technique in cross-country skiing. They allow the ski to anchor to the snow in the pushing phase and at the same time to slide in the sliding phase. For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation, when crystals are still intact. Normally spread without heat, but they can be applied with iron in particular snow conditions. They cover a range of temperatures from -30°C to +4°C. They are solid in little can of about 45 g. Some stick has to be used with different temperatures depending on the geographical location; snow characteristics are not the same throughout the world, conditioning the performance of the wax. For this reason they present a double temperature. M.E. (Middle Europe) refers to purely alpine and central-southern Europe snow. N.E. (Nord Europe) refers to scandinavian and northern Europe snow.
Rode Blue Super Exta Grip Wax
$10.99
-1C°...-5C° / -3C°... -10C° Waxes based on natural and synthetic resins essential for classic technique in cross-country skiing. They allow the ski to anchor to the snow in the pushing phase and at the same time to slide in the sliding phase. For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation, when crystals are still intact. Normally spread without heat, but they can be applied with iron in particular snow conditions. They cover a range of temperatures from -30°C to +4°C. They are solid in little can of about 45 g. Some stick has to be used with different temperatures depending on the geographical location; snow characteristics are not the same throughout the world, conditioning the performance of the wax. For this reason they present a double temperature. M.E. (Middle Europe) refers to purely alpine and central-southern Europe snow. N.E. (Nord Europe) refers to scandinavian and northern Europe snow.
Rode Green Grip Wax
$10.99
-4C°...-10C° / -7C°... -15C Waxes based on natural and synthetic resins essential for classic technique in cross-country skiing. They allow the ski to anchor to the snow in the pushing phase and at the same time to slide in the sliding phase. For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation, when crystals are still intact. Normally spread without heat, but they can be applied with iron in particular snow conditions. They cover a range of temperatures from -30°C to +4°C. They are solid in little can of about 45 g. Some stick has to be used with different temperatures depending on the geographical location; snow characteristics are not the same throughout the world, conditioning the performance of the wax. For this reason they present a double temperature. M.E. (Middle Europe) refers to purely alpine and central-southern Europe snow. N.E. (Nord Europe) refers to scandinavian and northern Europe snow.
Rode Green Special Grip Wax
$10.99
-10C°...-30C° Waxes based on natural and synthetic resins essential for classic technique in cross-country skiing. They allow the ski to anchor to the snow in the pushing phase and at the same time to slide in the sliding phase. For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation, when crystals are still intact. Normally spread without heat, but they can be applied with iron in particular snow conditions. They cover a range of temperatures from -30°C to +4°C. They are solid in little can of about 45 g. Some stick has to be used with different temperatures depending on the geographical location; snow characteristics are not the same throughout the world, conditioning the performance of the wax. For this reason they present a double temperature. M.E. (Middle Europe) refers to purely alpine and central-southern Europe snow. N.E. (Nord Europe) refers to scandinavian and northern Europe snow.
Rode Multigrade Grip Wax
$10.99
0C°...-2C° Waxes based on natural and synthetic resins essential for classic technique in cross-country skiing. They allow the ski to anchor to the snow in the pushing phase and at the same time to slide in the sliding phase. For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation, when crystals are still intact. Normally spread without heat, but they can be applied with iron in particular snow conditions. They cover a range of temperatures from -30°C to +4°C. They are solid in little can of about 45 g. Some stick has to be used with different temperatures depending on the geographical location; snow characteristics are not the same throughout the world, conditioning the performance of the wax. For this reason they present a double temperature. M.E. (Middle Europe) refers to purely alpine and central-southern Europe snow. N.E. (Nord Europe) refers to scandinavian and northern Europe snow.
Rode Viola Extra Grip Wax
$10.99
0C°...+1C° / 0C°... -3C° Waxes based on natural and synthetic resins essential for classic technique in cross-country skiing. They allow the ski to anchor to the snow in the pushing phase and at the same time to slide in the sliding phase. For new snow or snow at beginning of transformation, when crystals are still intact. Normally spread without heat, but they can be applied with iron in particular snow conditions. They cover a range of temperatures from -30°C to +4°C. They are solid in little can of about 45 g. Some stick has to be used with different temperatures depending on the geographical location; snow characteristics are not the same throughout the world, conditioning the performance of the wax. For this reason they present a double temperature. M.E. (Middle Europe) refers to purely alpine and central-southern Europe snow. N.E. (Nord Europe) refers to scandinavian and northern Europe snow.
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