Ski Parts & Accessories
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
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).
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).
Universal All Temperature. Protects integrated skins from icing and improves glide properties. Recommended maintenance for skin skis to extend their life span and get a better ski experience. To be applied before skiing. Pumpspray. Includes Fiberlene. - 70 ml/2.37 US fl. oz. - 10 pcs.
SWIX Skin Cleaner is developed to clean integrated skins in a gentle way, without affecting the skin glue. Over time skins pick up wax leftovers, dirt and pollution from the snow, which will make the skin both slower and less effective. By using the Swix Skin Cleaner you will help restore the properties of the skin and increase its efficiency. To be used after skiing: Spray cleaner on paper and clean the skin in a tip-to-tail direction. - 70 ml/2.37 US fl. oz. - 10 pcs
The most popular V-wax. A very flexible and versatile wax covering a large temperature- range on the cold side of freezing. To be utilized close to 0°C, demands relatively new snow and low air humidity (below 45-50%).
New fallen snow 0°C to +1°C (32°F to 34°F). Old fine grained snow 0°C to -2°C (32°F to 28°F). For moist new snow up to +1°C (34°F) and down to -2°C (28°F) in older more transformed granular snow. 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.
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