Kick Wax and Klister Table for 2008/2009
This is a table of "kick wax recipes" that can be used at various temperatures for the indicated snow conditions. These are examples that you may use. Please understand that as conditions for your skiing can vary that you may need to made some adjustments to the recipe suggestions. The temperature and conditions listed on each kick wax tin are helpful as well in providing guidance.
Recreational and Fitness skiers may wish to consult the kick wax table for Recreational/Fitness skiers.
NOTE: When you use kick wax in the tin always apply in thin layers (4-6). Sooner several thin layers than one thick layer! Thin layers will apply more easily and have better durability and grip. The base wax should be warmed into a roughened kick zone. For more information refer to www.ski-go.com about kick zone preparation. With dirty snow absolutely, always use LF & HF kickwaxes! Ski*go fluoronated kickwaxes (LF & HF) are dirt repelling and improve the glide.
This table is included as part of the 2011/12 Ski*go Catalogue. If you would like a copy of the catalogue you can download a PDF version or e-mail us to have the most current glossy printed catalogue sent to you.
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