Extreme cold weather ski Waxing, which wax?

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gitrinec

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Re: Extreme cold weather ski Waxing, which wax?

Postby gitrinec » Sun Aug 20, 2017 4:58 pm

I bought that Toko Universal cold in bulk from Tognar, I've bought other tools etc from them, actually sitting here putting all my ski wax stuff in a cheap craftsman plastic tool box, lol .. I've ordered the Swix Polar, I guess it all depends on what kind of Winter Colorado/Wyoming gets this year as to what I'll end up waxing them with. If for some reason I don't get out until the Spring I have some Hertel Spring Solution, so we'll see. I'll be sure to post some pictures back here for whichever trip I end up taking, hoping for lots of snow!!!

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Re: Extreme cold weather ski Waxing, which wax?

Postby lilcliffy » Mon Aug 21, 2017 8:48 am

gitrinec wrote: hoping for lots of snow!!!


I am hoping that too!
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Re: Extreme cold weather ski Waxing, which wax?

Postby Cannatonic » Wed Aug 23, 2017 2:16 pm

we've had a cool summer after two miserably hot ones....I am hopeful for this winter! I can report than the Gulf of Maine is now cooler than it normally is this time of year.


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