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Hertel Hot Sauce!
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Beeswax. Make sure you get the honey out!!!
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Beeswax. Make sure you get the honey out!!!
 
I heard that shit's the bee's knees!
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It's pretty much the best thing ever. It's so chill and stuff. Feels as good as having your hat bunched up at the back of your skull.
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Toko wax. I got a 250g all temp toko wax stick for like 12 bucks on ebay. Good stuff. 
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kind of a wax whore at the moment - trying all kinds of stuff, toko, maplus, one ball jay, papa woody, in a couple different temp ranges.  They're all pretty good, but I really seem to haul ass on the maplus

basically, don't sweat it...just get whatever's cheap that comes close to maching the temp range in your riding area.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/30/2010 at 9:40pm
Papa Woody wax if you are in the Tahoe area. All his stuff is good, but he defiantly has the best wax for sierra cement.

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Toko all temp or some Burton wax I got during the 70% off sale last season.
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any good wax that doesnt require a wax iron?
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http://cgi.ebay.ca/BULK-CANWAX-Slide-Ski-Snowboard-Wax-1-6-kg-ski-wax_W0QQitemZ230410300158QQcmdZViewItemQQptZSnowboarding?hash=item35a5862afe

Has anyone tried this wax? Seems pretty cheap on ebay... Wondering if anyone has any experience with it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/16/2010 at 8:57am
I like Swix the best. It gives me the fastest response on the snow. Toko is a close second. If there's a significant price gap, I go with the Toko. If Swix is on sale, I grab that.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/06/2010 at 2:11am
I use oneballjay. Dude at the snow shop told me they specialise only in making waxes so were meant to be good, but haven't really compared to anything else. They seem good though from my experience.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/06/2010 at 3:32am
I stock up on a variety of Oneballjay waxes but for the most part all temp wax is your best bet unless you're racing.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/06/2010 at 4:02am

i prefer oneballjay. all temp wax is a good choice if you're not a racer.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/07/2010 at 12:02pm
Can we put together a list of wax brands, sources, and prices (including shipping) since they don't sell wax at Sierra?  I've only used the Dakine that came with my tune kit, but I'll be needing to get more.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/11/2010 at 10:37am
Although Whacks Wax has been spamed a ton on here, that's what i use. It works well and scrapes off easy. The only downfall is if you really care about your base staying the same colors because its dark so it leaves black in the scrapes and such
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/11/2010 at 11:00am
Wow, parider seems awfully excited about that wax!

I've ridden:
*Bluebird warm temp and all temp waxes and they seem pretty fast and durable, but not amazing (I usually outglide most people even on my extruded K2 base).

*OneBallJay biogreen all temp wax.  My least favorite.  It is a extremely hard to scrape off, doesn't go quite as fast as others I've tried, and doesn't last as long as you would expect of something THAT hard.

*OneBallJay Viper flouro cold temp wax.  This stuff is the best I've used.  Lasts long as you would expect of a cold temp wax, but keeps you gliding well in mid-temps as well (probably thanks to the flouro).
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holy shit... why are you spamming...
I recently picked up some TOKO all temp wax from Canadian tires... YES ... Canadian Tires.... I was surprised they had it... it was only $10 a year... i bought them out haha.... they only had 2 bars left...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/14/2010 at 4:33am
If you get lazy enough just buy some wax and drop your board off at your local board shop with the wax and a sticky note! :D
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/14/2010 at 4:45am
I use Swix, cold and warm weather wax depending on the temp. I trust the old school wax companies more than the new ones. There is a reason these companies have been in buisness for so long.
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With you guys that use the  Swix Wax, where do you usually buy it from?
I have searched online for it but most of the prices are about $30 for 180gm.
Is that the usual price?
Seems expensive.

Want the CH10 and CH7


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 10:39am
is there something wrong with the forum or did some guys make 20 of the same posts?
anyway i use oneballjay, skull shifter? its half the size or normal wax packages but it was only $2. smells awesome too.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2010 at 10:58am
Originally posted by bdenny4

With you guys that use the  Swix Wax, where do you usually buy it from?
I have searched online for it but most of the prices are about $30 for 180gm.
Is that the usual price?
Seems expensive.

Want the CH10 and CH7


I use Swix "Universal Glidewax". The label says that it's for "all snow conditions," it melts at 115 C or 235 F, and the size is 180 g. I got it at REI for $13 USD. I don't know if that is a good deal or not. I don't think it was the cheapest one, but I picked it because it was an all-temp wax.

REI has a website (www.rei.com), but I don't know how much it would cost to ship to Australia.

I don't know if this is helpful to you. I don't know what CH10 and CH7 waxes are. I'm guessing they are some kind of high performance wax if they are expensive. I'm still new to snowboarding, so I figured an all-temp wax would be okay for me.
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free wax from the SS store!
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someone gimma s ite for cheap wax! hhaha. and why is everyone like wtf.
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dakine and oneballjay.  They are cheap and don't notice much difference in the wax types for intermediate boarder.
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I use surf wax from my local surf shop. Works great. I don't really need cold wax, not for the DC area. Its 4 bucks for a brick and lasts a loong time. I love it.
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im thinking about using graphite wax but im not sure yet. anyone tried those before? also the free wax at SS how long does it last?
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Originally posted by kkruzcek

I use surf wax from my local surf shop. Works great. I don't really need cold wax, not for the DC area. Its 4 bucks for a brick and lasts a loong time. I love it.
isn't surf wax super soft and super sticky?
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Just ordered myself some Swix CH 10, CH 8 and LF 8.
 
Will be prepping the base with the CH10.
 
Heard good stuff about the SWIX and their website has a cool tutorial on how to wax etc.
 
 
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I use Hertel Super Hot Sauce for hot scraping/cleaning (because it's cheap, I have a pound of it, and I don't think it performs as well as a cheap low fluoro wax from any big name brand for riding).



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swix universal f4,
one ball jay viper - warm,
swix ch8,
swix lf8,
swix base prep,
universal ebay specials (cold and warm)
 
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I've been using Oneballjay 4wd, got cool and warm. I will probably get all 4 temps, at some point.
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will Sierra bring any waxes and tools soon? pls give me an answer sierra!
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