+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.
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 well known cold snow wax, used for more than fifty years, has been modernized several times with new components. New fallen snow: -8°C to -15°C (18°F to 5°F). Old fine grained snow: -10°C to -18°C (14°F to 0°F).
Another truly classic Swix wav. To be used on moderate cold snow when skiing is at its best. New fallen snow: -2°C to -10°C (28°F to 14°F). Old fine grained snow: -5°C to -15°C (23°F to 5°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).
Also a very frequently used wax, both in racing and touring. When Blue Extra becomes somewhat slippery, a thin layer of Violet Special probably is the right wax. New fallen snow: 0°C to -3°C (32°F to 27°F). Old fine grained snow: -2°C to -6°C (28°F to 21°F).
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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