I use this wax on all of my skins. from kickers to full skins. mohair, mixed, nylon. I use a warm iron. works awesome. mohair has excellent glide and works best in cold/dry weather. nylon has great grip and works well on wet snow ad icy conditions. I havent had much problems. xskins don't stick well sometimes especially in sugar wet snow or very deep light dry/cold snow... other skin brands have better adhesion (if using tip loop full length straight skins like Contour or Colltex; I have adhesion problems with Pomoca but like their glide properties the best)FourthCoast wrote: ↑Thu Oct 21, 2021 4:01 pmI guess I was not done buying stuff. I got a pair of Nylon X-Skins for my MR skis. I think I will use these when the snow is warm and grip wax is difficult or impossible to use.
I know nylon absorbs water. I imagine getting the skins wet and then having them freeze would probably cause a number of problems.
Should I wax these new skins now, or wait until after I have used them some? I am also not sure if I should use glide wax, polar or maybe even the waterproofing wax I used on my boots.
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