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4°F to 14°F Dry Snow
+4°F to +14 °F -- Dry (Less than 50% relative humidity)

 

Classic/Kick Wax

New-snow

Old/Groomed

Melt/Freeze

Man-made

Comments

Rode Sp Green 
Swix VR30
Rode Sp Green 
Swix VR30
Toko Red klister 
Rode Sp Blue klister
Swix VR30 over 
Rode Sp Blue klister 
Rode Sp Green 
Toko Blue
Swix VR40 is a joy even in colder track.

Notes: Wherever possible use a soft hard wax in place of violet klister. The quality of the track will determine this. Also, consider a buffer wax such as Swix Blue Extra  with a faster wax such as Rode Super Blue over it. This trick still works -- try it.

Skating/Glider Wax

New-snow

Old/Groomed

Melt/Freeze

Man-made

Comments

Toko LF Blue 
Toko Nordlite
X-Cold + Red
Swix CH4
Toko LF Blue 
Toko Nordlite
X-Cold + Red
Star LA8 + C2
Toko Nordlite
X-Cold + Red
Toko LF Blue 
Swix CH4

Toko LF Grey
Moly/Blue
Swix CH4/CH3

Clean Skis will be fast. 

Notes: This is static electricity territory. Old track with granular snow and normal to dry humidity will yield a static charge which attracts dirt. Dirt slows a ski like sand -- use grey moly or graphite waxes as a base to counter the problem. Keep your skis clean. Buff them with Swix Final Touch (polish) after the cool down. Keep out of the tracks around the start/finish area. They are loaded with other people's kick wax.

 

1) Snow temperature
2) Humidity
3) Snow type

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