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Wax, scrape, and tune your boards anywhere, anytime.

Swix Ski Brake Retainers eliminate the need for a vice that activates your bindings, so you can work on your skis in the hotel hallway or your buddy’s van on the way to the hill.

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5 5

Rubber Bands On Steroids

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Tuning your own skis? Good luck doing it without these babies.

Get an extra pair in case you snap them... but you probably won't.

4 5

Want to do your own waxing or tunes?

Yeah, you are going to need these too. I have used old MTB inner tubes cut 1" wide and used them the same way. Especially if I am doing a multitude of skis at once. When waxing or tuning skis it is about easy repetition. having all the skis you are going to wax at once with the brakes out of the way makes it go much easier.

These are great for keeping your ski brakes out of the way.

4 5

Solid Retainer

These are great and far surpass any other thing I have tried(Office bands, hair bands, broccoli bands etc) well worth the $ as these hold up and do not break.

4 5

They do what they're supposed to

What's to say? These are basic rubberband-type ski retainers. They do exactly what they are supposed to do - hold the ski brakes up and out of the way so you can work on your ski bottoms. Yes, they are more substantial than then office-supply rubberbands you get around your mail, so they won't suddenly snap while you're scraping down that coat of wax you just ironed on.

Why do rubber bands cost $15

Why do rubber bands cost $15

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Vacuum belts work just as well my manAdded: I went to my local ski store and they gave me about 10 bands for free, with that in mind, I wouldn't pay more than a dollar per band.