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burton hot wax for about 6-10$~
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I picked up some Dakine Afterburner rub on wax when Sierra had them for 70% off.
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anybody know of a good place to score cheap wax online now?  Need to stock up now that the season is over
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anybody know of a good place to score cheap wax online now?  Need to stock up now that the season is over
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/17/2010 at 3:47pm
The tognar company has this huge in-depth page on waxing here

http://tognar.com/waxing_tips_ski_snowboard.html

I read through it, and my mind was ajumble afterwards, to be honest. I think it's targeted at ski racers looking to shave hundreds of a second off their times..

Personally, I just want to get on the slopes and not worry too much... i buy the cheapest all-temp wax I can find, and wax myself. I seem to always be cruising past people on the slopes, so it's working for me so far..



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/17/2010 at 3:54pm
sex wax works good if you're refferring to surfboards. I'm not sure how they'd be on snowboards though. check steepandcheap periodically and sometimes snowski wax will pop up!
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I am using some Kuu wax right now, it smells good and is pretty colours too! LOL
It has 3 bars for different temperatures, fairly expensive though.
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burton all temp wax which was like $15.. but its all good..
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/17/2010 at 3:59pm
Sports authority has some generic wax for under $10.  If you're lucky, they go on clearance right about now and you can get it for $5.  Gas is gas and wax is wax.  I don't think the premium for brand name wax is worth the price for the performance you gain, if any.
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I got some of SuburbanBlend's wax made my bluebird (a collab), all temp, smells like blueberry cobler, nom nom.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/17/2010 at 4:01pm
Originally posted by marble49

Sports authority has some generic wax for under $10.  If you're lucky, they go on clearance right about now and you can get it for $5.  Gas is gas and wax is wax.  I don't think the premium for brand name wax is worth the price for the performance you gain, if any.

I'll take a run to sport authority to check on some wax
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What's a good, cheap waxing iron to get?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/17/2010 at 4:20pm
any iron will work if you wax alot then you should invest in a waxing iron. i use papa woodys all temp wax.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/17/2010 at 4:29pm
Originally posted by marble49

Sports authority has some generic wax for under $10. If you're lucky, they go on clearance right about now and you can get it for $5. Gas is gas and wax is wax. I don't think the premium for brand name wax is worth the price for the performance you gain, if any.


im gonna have to disagree. The better gas you buy (which costs more) has better quality and burns longer. I don't know if you drive as much as me, but for that extra 5-10 cents more, I'd usually get the Super/Plus instead of regular because in the long run, i'll save more money.

Same thing goes for wax, the better quality you buy, i'm sure it'll last longer. The cheap wax my brother used on his board rubbed off on the 1st day he rode on it meanwhile my better wax has been thru 3-4 riding days before it got ashy. And I was the one who hot waxed both boards so you cant be bias about an iron or ironing skills.

If you're pretty much saying wax is wax, then you might as well use candle wax.. I use the fluro wax from Burton which IMO are pretty decent wax that seems to melt better, absorb better, and lasts longer
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/17/2010 at 5:51pm
Originally posted by sheeshgosh

Originally posted by marble49

Sports authority has some generic wax for under $10. If you're lucky, they go on clearance right about now and you can get it for $5. Gas is gas and wax is wax. I don't think the premium for brand name wax is worth the price for the performance you gain, if any.


im gonna have to disagree. The better gas you buy (which costs more) has better quality and burns longer. I don't know if you drive as much as me, but for that extra 5-10 cents more, I'd usually get the Super/Plus instead of regular because in the long run, i'll save more money.

Same thing goes for wax, the better quality you buy, i'm sure it'll last longer. The cheap wax my brother used on his board rubbed off on the 1st day he rode on it meanwhile my better wax has been thru 3-4 riding days before it got ashy. And I was the one who hot waxed both boards so you cant be bias about an iron or ironing skills.

If you're pretty much saying wax is wax, then you might as well use candle wax.. I use the fluro wax from Burton which IMO are pretty decent wax that seems to melt better, absorb better, and lasts longer
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/18/2010 at 12:09am
Originally posted by marble49

Sports authority has some generic wax for under $10.  If you're lucky, they go on clearance right about now and you can get it for $5.  Gas is gas and wax is wax.  I don't think the premium for brand name wax is worth the price for the performance you gain, if any.
 
It sounds like you drive a generic car like a Toyota Camry.
 
Choosing the right wax and knowing the differences will yield results.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/18/2010 at 7:38am
good topic.  Ive been wondering about wax and which one's were good.  I always like to research these things before i start, and i've never waxed my board yet... in fact ive never waxed a board period. lol
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/18/2010 at 2:40pm
Would this be a decent iron?
http://www.tactics.com/dakine/adjustable-tuning-iron
I really want to get a cheap iron to start actually waxing my board, I've only used rub and cork on wax yet, and that helped a lot, but real waxing would be much better. Wouldn't it?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/18/2010 at 2:41pm
i barely use wax, but when i do i use dakine liquid rub on wax
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/18/2010 at 2:45pm
oh, another thing, should I get liquid rub on wax? I only have some swix hard wax that I crayon on and cork in, is that fine? I can feel a difference, but would liquid rub on wax be better?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/18/2010 at 3:11pm
Best Wax for snowboards or skis is made by Swix. A little pricier and is rarely ever on sale 'cos it's so good. But you can get great end of season deals on Swix if you're lucky or diligent. There are other really good options out there like oneballjay, etc. However, if you want the best wax then Swix is the way to go.

I use separate cold temp and warm temp wax for appropriate temperatures. If you are a speed demon, then you'll appreciate the difference when you use appropriate temperature wax. You might also notice a difference if you like to hit big jumps especially since most of the times you need clean speed on your approach. Give Swix a shot and you may never go back to another wax.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/29/2010 at 2:00pm
i think i have the all temp wax by burton. idk for sure tho but it works. got it from sierra for 5 bones last season
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I use Dakine wax and iron.
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Just whatever I have sitting around.... I do, however, try to pick the right temperature for the conditions.

With the ice we have in NZ it's more important to have good edges
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l usually go for the cheapest/generic in store brands OR GUU. l like the all around ones because then l woulnd't have to worry that it compromised my snowboarding experiences.
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Hertel super hot sauce wax. Comes in 3/4lbs bricks
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I use swix wax that I got on amazon on the cheap. It's all about the same to me, because i'm slower than molasses.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/04/2010 at 5:21am
i got this paste wax i put on w a sponge than buff off.. it works pretty well nd its made by swix..about 15bucks for a small container
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Anyone want to elaborate on what kinds of wax?  I know people are saying SWIX with the right temp but there are a lot more options:  Hydro Wax, Fluoro Wax, Hi Fluro.  Any preferences?

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just some burton wax.. i get it at my boardshop
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I found a box of Dakine wax in the cabinet so that's what I'll be using next season.
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do you think i can use skim boarding wax for snowboarding if i melt it?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/09/2010 at 8:52pm
doubt it wax is made for diff temps and textures of the surface it will go on, snowboard wax is pretty cheap 5-10 bucks for a bar
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do you think i can use skim boarding wax for snowboarding if i melt it?

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Magical Go-Go Grease Lightning All Temp Wax

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I just use whatever the shop has for cheap. Is it really worth the extra money to buy the better stuff? Like will it last at least an extra day on the mountain over the crappy shop wax?
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i have a puck of swix right now, using it for just rub on...i need to get an iron though.
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Dakine rub on wax, but I want to try the oneballjay wax that glows and leaves a trail of green when you ride
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if ya talkin bout all temp then I like the dakine all-temp, or oneballjay

For temp specific i love KUU wax, not sure if aanyones heard of it but it is THE crap :)
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that is the best crap to use Wink
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OneBallJay Bacon wax! That or just good old graphite based waxes. I find the graphite will make your base look like ass, but it is quite speedy for the price.
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Originally posted by atcskatedecks

if ya talkin bout all temp then I like the dakine all-temp, or oneballjay

For temp specific i love KUU wax, not sure if aanyones heard of it but it is THE crap :)
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KUU is good stuff, get it from MEC (Mountain equipment Co-op) if you don't already, they are by for the cheapest. 
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For beginners whats better a rub on wax or get an all temp. wax?
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my local ski shop makes their own. It comes in a big clump. Maybe you should check it out. Double the quanityt for the same price!!
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Demon Speed Paste. Its only $7 bucks and just slap that on in the morning. Plus is smells like Pina Colada.
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