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Toko NF Hot Wax

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  • Item #TOK0083

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Wax Type
[red] 10.4/24.8 F, [yellow] 21.2/32 F, [blue] -22/14 F, [black] all-temp
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Great Range of Waxes

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The best wax for resort skiing at any temperature. You can get a great range of waxes at a good cost. I normally keep one all temp and one warm weather wax for skiing in Utah. It normally does not get cold enough here to need the cold weather wax but in more northern ski areas the cold weather wax would be awesome.

Ol' faithful

    This wax is timeless. It's been around as long as I can remember because it works great and everyone who buys it keeps buying it. No funny gimmicks needed, no crazy shaped bars, and no added perfume, just killer wax.
    I live in Utah and only use the red and yellow temps. I bought a multi-pack a few years ago and it came with one of every color and I have never once used the blue.

    Does the trick!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Wax on, wax off. Proper wax on your sticks is key to a good time on the snow. If you are having trouble with sticking to the snow, you probably need some new wax. This stuff is cheap and easy to apply with a hot iron. I typically change my wax with the changing of the temperatures to ensure I have a great time every time my sticks hit the snow.

    Applies easily

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This wax is economical if you're a ski bum. It spreads easily and isn't too time consuming to scrape off. The red works the best for cold days and yellow is excellent for spring conditions.

    Reliably good...

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The red wax is a standard in Utah. It handles vast majority of the conditions we see mid-year and does a pretty good job with super cold blasts too. (I hardly ever use the blue.) For warmer Pacific storms and spring time, switch to yellow.

    Do It Yourself

      Picked this up in red for mid-season skiing and in yellow as we roll into the spring here in the Wasatch. Easy to apply, reasonably priced, and works as advertised. It's great to be able to wax my skis myself whenever I want instead of having to shell out for my shop to do it.