Waxes / Tuning Supplies
$15.99 - $34.99
A new wax for the Cera Nova X line made a slightly harder than the old CH10 Test results show that a harder wax performs better in very wet saturated snow. The adjusted hardness makes it more durable than before. Good wax for base prep and training. For racing we recommend to go with fluoro wax in this temperature area. Temperature range from 0°C to 10°C (32°F to 50°F). Recommended iron temp: 120°C (248°F).
Great brush for all waxes. Contains both nylon and bronze bristles.
+10ºC to 0ºC (50ºF to 32ºF). For very wet conditions. Also good for base preparation and to protect the bases when traveling. The snow is often dirty at the temperatures calling for LF10, therefore an overlayer of Cera F FC10 is recommended. Recommended iron temperature setting of 110ºC.
$24.99 - $69.99
Temperature range from 0°C to 10°C (32°F to 50°F). Recommended iron temp: 120°C (248°F). A new wax in for the Cera Nova X line made a little bit harder than the old LF10test result shows that a slightly harder wax performs better in this area, , especially noticeable when used alone. The adjusted hardness is also making the wax more durable than before. It’s a good wax for base prep wax, but also a great training wax. For racing we recommend to go with high fluoro wax in this temperature area, but with a powder on top LF10X can be used with a good result. The FC10X powder would then be the natural choice.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. Important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax.
Combi-package that contains LF6 Blue 20 g, LF7 Violet 20 g, and LF8 Red 20 g.
Great economy iron which is competitive with far more expensive models. Redesigned from scratch with an ergonomic body and a wide metal plate that suits both alpine, snowboard and nordic. Angled at one side to make it easier to keep a constant speed when melting the wax. The thick metal plate ensures a stable heating. Plate dimension 100x160 mm. Output: 1000W
Contents: V05 Polar, V20 Green, V40 Blue Extra hard waxes, synthetic cork and a groove scraper. Zippered pack.
12 tpcm. Traditional ski file. Excellent for doing it all. Side and base-edge beveling. 2nd option for price point retail file. User level: Racing
16 tpcm. Traditional chromed tang file. Finish work and light touch up. All season file for light maintenance. User level: Racing
As the name indicates, this is hardwax made for the coldest conditions. Frequently used in the polar regions of Europe and North America. New fallen snow: -12°C to -25°C (10°F to -12°F). Old fine grained snow: -15°C to -30°C (5°F to -22°F).
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: -1°C to -7°C (30°F to 19°F). Old fine grained snow: -3°C to -10°C (27°F to 14°F).
To be used as first layer for all hard waxes in new fallen snow, transformed fine grained snow and old snow from +1°C to -20°C. Easy to apply: Rub on and iron in with a waxing iron.
A flexible and practical basewax for the VR and V-waxes for colder conditions than -1°C (30°F). To be used when the snow has been transformed and the wear on the wax is high. Rub on and iron in with a waxing iron. Cork smooth. New fallen snow: -1°C to -22°C (30°F to -7°F). Old fine grained snow: -1°C to -22°C (30°F to -7°F).
Designed for cold to extremely cold conditions. New formula. 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).
Designed for normal, freezing 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).
Designed for moist to dry snow around freezing. When used below freezing, high humidity is required. New fallen snow: 1°C to -2°C (34°F to 28°F). Transformed fine grained snow: 0°C to -5°C (32°F to 23°F).
Practical pocket sized all round brush.
+1ºC to -4ºC (34ºF to 25ºF). A very good, reliable and economical racing wax, as well as a general base prep wax and travel wax for “cold” skis. Recommended iron temperature setting of 120ºC.
+10°C to -3°C (50°F to 27°F). Improved flexibility toward fine-grained moist snow, without icing up. Improved grip on wet, coarse-grained snow. Improved “feeling”. To be applied as the final layer of klister. Comparable to the old, famous VM-klister from 1982. Frequently used in World Cup competition. Good for Racing as well as Recreational skiing.
0°C to -12°C (32°F to 10°F). For frozen, icy tracks and cold conditions. Can be used as base klister on wet snow. Scraper included.
-2ºC to -8ºC (28ºF to 18ºF). Very good race wax at low humidity. For racing at normal and high humidity Cera F FC7 is recommended as final overlayer. Recommended iron temperature setting of 135ºC.
$24.99 - $59.99
Temperature range from -4°C to 4°C (25°F to 39°F). Recommended iron temp: 130°C (266°F). A continuation of the std. LF8, a great wax for both base-prep and training. It can also can be used as a race wax, preferably with Cera F powder on top. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with.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. Important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax.When used as a base for Cera F, we recommend the FC08X powder.
For moist new snow up to 1°C (34°F) and down to -2°C (28°F) in older more transformed granular snow. New fallen snow: 1°C to 0°C (34°F to 32°F). Old fine grained snow: 0°C to -2°C (32°F to 28°F).
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