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Wax on, wax off, and kick ass.

Reach for the environmentally-friendly Backcountry.com Backside Cold Temp Wax Bar when bitterly cold snow threatens to freezer burn the base of your favorite snow-shredding device. You might ride powder all season at Jackson or the 'Bird, but at some point, you're going to need to wax your bases. Just iron-on some of this Backside Wax and suddenly you'll move with the speed of a mountain lion on a caffeine rush.
  • Editor's Note: Backcountry.com wax is made right here in the USA in collaboration with Purl Wax.

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5 5

Depends on the Temp

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I really like the light blue cold weather wax. I wax my full quiver with it every June and don't scrape, so my bases stay moisturized all summer as they swelter in my shed. The cold weather wax is awesome. I can't say I'm a big fan of the dark blue warm weather wax.

4 5

Works Great

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Lets be honest, this is not the nicest wax you can buy and the price reflects that. BUT, this is the only wax I use on my skis for two reasons. One, I wax my skis a lot and therefore I go through a lot of wax and you just can not beat this price. Second, it works. Plain and simple, it keeps me going fast. Just make sure to get the cold and warm temp versions!

It may not last as long as high end race wax, but for the price, you honestly can not beat it.

3 5

A Pain To Scrape

Seems to be a pretty common complaint for Backcountry's house wax. It goes on just fine with the iron but scraping is terrible. Expect to have some sore wrists by the end of your wax job. The wax works great; especially if you're in the East Coast like me. It certainly stays for a long time after being applied to your board or skis. If you grab it on sale I would say totally worth if you have an extruded base, but if you have sintered and need to wax a lot go elsewhere. Not to say it won't work, but you don't wanna go through the scraping process often with this stuff... Cheap, durable, and gets the job done!