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).
+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.
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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