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Pick the right Toko Dibloc LF Hot Wax for the snow condition, iron it on, and prepare to ride faster than ever before.

Toko's Dibloc LF Hot Wax is a lightly fluorinated wax will give you the acceleration and glide to clear the transition, cut a few seconds off your race time, or just beat your friends down to the bottom of the lift. Use the yellow in all snow conditions across the recommended temperature range (see temperature ratings in standard features), the red for dry snow conditions, the blue for cold and dry temperatures when you need outstanding hold, and the grey when you need dirt resistance for artificial or old snow. This is the same wax many professional freeskiers, racers, and nordic skiers use on their skis for training and competition.

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Demonstrates hot waxing Alpine skis or snowboards

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Demonstrates hot waxing Alpine skis or snowboards

Demonstrates hot waxing of Cross Country skis

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Demonstrates hot waxing of Cross Country skis

4 5

Wednesday wax.

The LF in the system three is great for those wednesday night races at your local track. I wouldn't hesitate to say that I can ski up to the weekend on an application, however everyone is different. I'd use HF if I'm skiing the Birkie or Noqui, but a good wax for those local races. Obviously wax to conditions, and you'll be fine.

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Good while it lasts

I was lucky enough to be given a full assortment of Toko Dibloc waxes and they have a great formulation for various snow conditions but the wax seems to break down rather quickly ... the wax is great on the first day out but after that it's noticeable that it's time to throw some more wax on the base.

How do u wax a ski

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How do u wax a ski

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A good basic video from REI:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3LpqmDTEYs