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Swix PS5 Turquoise
$14.99
The PS5 is the hardest wax in the line, and is a great choice in cold conditions, due to its great durability and dry friction properties. It’s a great choice both for alpine and cross country. Despite being a wax for cold conditions, the melting point makes it easier to apply than many competitors in this area, without sacrificing the great glide properties. For fresh, old or manmade snow. PS5 can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for top coats. - Recommended iron temp: 150°C (311°F). - Replaces the CH5X. - -10°C to -18°C (14°F to 0°F).
Swix PS6 Blue
$14.99
PS6 is very versatile. Its area of use stretches from base for powder to racing wax and base prep wax for cold skis. PS6 has a good durability and offers great performance on natural and artificial snow. PS6 can be used as a race wax alone or as a base for top coats. - Recommended iron temp: 145°C (293°F). - Replaces the CH6X - -6°C to -12°C (21°F to 10°F).
Swix PS7 Violet
$14.99
PS7 is a wax that performs great in normal winter conditions below the freezing point. Its hardness makes it convenient to work with and easy to get a good end-result. PS7 is an economic training and racing wax as well as an all round base prep wax. - Recommended iron temp: 140°C (284°F). - Replaces the CH7X. - -2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F).
Swix PS8 Red
$14.99
PS8 is an economic training and racing wax as well as base prep wax for warm skis. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with. - Recommended iron temp: 130°C (266°F). - Replaces the CH8X. - -4°C to +4°C (25°F to 39°F).
Dakine Micro Lock
$12.99
Roof rack security or apres ski piece-of-mind, the Micro Lock provides gear security in a pocket-size package. Built from the same bomber materials as the larger Cool Lock, the Micro features a 30-inch cable and three-digit combo lock. Just enough security to offer a peace-of-mind for your unattended skis or board. - Compact 3-digit combination lock with 30-inch [ 76cm ] retractable cable - Set your own combination
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