Tools & Tuning
A liquid spray-on training and racing wax that can be used alone, or as base for other racing waxes. For very wet conditions when the snow has turned transformed. Ideal for spring skiing when the dirt content typically is high, as HS10L collect less pollution from the snow than comparable paraffin waxes. A great choice in warm weather that never underperforms. Replaces the CH10XL. - +2°C to +10°C (36°F to 50°F).
HS10 is a great base prep wax, but also a great training wax. Ideal in warm conditions, typically during spring skiing. For racing, we recommend going with a top coat as the final layer. 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: 150°C (302°F). Details: - A popular wax in nordic disciplines - Good water repellent properties - Replaces LF10X - For training and competition Highlights: - For warm conditions - Easy to work with - For training and competition - Great performance and durability - Fluoro-free and non-toxic - Well tested on many conditions
$15.99 - $34.99
PS10 is an economic training and racing wax as well as base prep wax for warm skis. 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. It's important to have a good iron to get an efficient melting of the wax. Recommended iron temp: 120°C (248°F). - A versatile wax for warm conditions - Low melting point and easy to apply
Deluxe Tune has everything to keep your skis or snowboard in peak shredding condition. If it's not in here, you don't need it! Actually, don't quote us on that. But it does pack most of the essential items you'll want on hand. From tuning and filing edges to scraping, waxing, and polishing bases, it's the perfect easy-carry kit for everyday trips to the mountain.
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