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Whether you prefer to keep your ski edges filed at a zero-, one-, two-, or three-degree angle, Swix created a Side-Edge File Guide to meet your needs.

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5 5

Easy to use side file.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love this style of side edge file guide. And this one is great at the price point. Easy to use with a small spring clamp and file.

5 5

Simple, effective

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've used the full range of tuning systems. I prefer simple file guides such as this one because they are efficient, easy to keep clean, and durable. You can get more life out of your files and stones because you're not limited on how or where to clamp them.

Tuning and waxing should be meditative, not a headache of lost angle shims and gummed up rollers. Keep it simple.

5 5

Ahhh Simplicity... Great product!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This product has no rollers, no clamp, no frills or tricks. I find it to be the best becuase of it's simplicity. It allows you to use your own clamp (get one from your local hardware store) and any stone or file that will fit in the clamp you get. It is also very fast to switch between a files or sones because it's just a clamp, not a screw like other products. This is what the top race tecs use. It's strange that the top level product would be cheaper then it's more mainstream counterpart (, but how much can you really charge for a bent piece of steel? I used to own the roller bearings guide until it was stolen and chose to change to this because it was what I saw the pros using and it's cheaper. I use an 88 degree bevel (2 degrees) for racing boardercross here in BC. Be sure to get a really nice file to go with it; I use the toko world cup chrome file.

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Errr sorry about that William! Thanks for the info.
I'll pass this feedback onto the copy team!