Designed for cold to extremely cold conditions. New formula. New fallen snow: -7°C to -20°C (19°F to -4°F). Old fine grained snow: -10°C to -30°C (14°F to -22°F).
Born out of World Cup demand. Tested and used at World Cup Competitions and the Utah Olympic Games. For slightly moist new snow around freezing, and for older transformed snow below freezing. It gives excellent grip without sacrificing glide. New fallen snow: 2°C to 0°C (36°F to 32°F). Old fine…
Designed for normal, freezing temperatures. New fallen snow: -2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F). Old fine grained snow: -4°C to -12°C (25°F to 10°F).
New technology for faster skiing. Pure race skating binding, 40% lighter, with patented Dual Flexor System and NIS (Nordic Integrated System).
Skating performance & fit with feminine flare With the elegant feminine design, the Vitane Pilot will delight women who are looking for the reference boot for performance and comfort. Thanks to a special fit adapted to women's morphology, this boot promises ideal comfort without compromising…
Practical pocket sized all round brush.
The X1 Ultra offers the perfect blend of comfort, warmth and control to outdoor enthusiasts seeking on and off-trail adventure. A thermo-moldable inner-boot and lace cover provide superior warmth and comfort while the internal heel counter gives the user optimum stability and control. The…
A flexible wax for temperatures around freezing and colder. New fallen snow: 0°C to -4°C (32°F to 25°F). Old fine grained snow: -2°C to -8°C (28°F to 18°F).
Used for klister application. Or to remove wax or klister from the base before cleaning with Base Cleaner.
As the name indicates, this is hardwax made for the coldest conditions. Frequently used in the polar regions of Europe and North America. New fallen snow: -12°C to -25°C (10°F to -12°F). Old fine grained snow: -15°C to -30°C (5°F to -22°F).
Reasonable and reliable waxing iron with temperature control showing the degrees. Standard iron plate. Control light for temperature regulation. 400 Watt.
Plexi Scraper 4mm
12 tpcm. Traditional ski file. Excellent for doing it all. Side and base-edge beveling. 2nd option for price point retail file. User level: Racing
Swix comfort strap with click in system
To be used as first layer for all hard waxes in new fallen snow, transformed fine grained snow and old snow from +1°C to -20°C. Easy to apply: Rub on and iron in with a waxing iron.
Just slide your skis into these sleeves and you are ready to rock!
Designed for wet snow with little water content. When used below freezing high humidity is required. New fallen snow: 2°C to 0°C (36°F to 32°F). Old fine grained snow: 1°C to 2°C (34°F to 28°F).
400 grit. 2nd in your must have diamonds to maintain a smooth and sharp edge. Starts to bring out that high polish shine.
The Comp J provides a classic/entry-level skate boot to junior nordic skiers who need the tools and comfort to hone their developing skill sets. A free-hinge cuff with powerstrap and Lock Down full-liner foot wrap provide control and great fit while the lace cover provides extra comfort and warmth.…
A flexible and practical basewax for the VR and V-waxes for colder conditions than -1°C (30°F). To be used when the snow has been transformed and the wear on the wax is high. Rub on and iron in with a waxing iron. Cork smooth. New fallen snow: -1°C to -22°C (30°F to -7°F). Old fine grained snow:…
This snap-on binding provides perfect energy transfer.
Racing skate binding with maximum power transmission and control. 2 axes ensure efficiency in energy transmission and control from skier through the ski to the snow.
The well known cold snow wax, used for more than fifty years, has been modernized several times with new components. New fallen snow: -8°C to -15°C (18°F to 5°F). Old fine grained snow: -10°C to -18°C (14°F to 0°F).
13 tpcm. Chromed Bastard removal/setup file. Best file for setting side angle. Non-tang files offer a truer, flatter file for exact degree application. Best file for initial side bevel. User level: Racing Pro World Cup
Handle with a soft, comfortable grip with high durability. Fit poles with 16 mm diameter.
+10°C to -3°C (50°F to 27°F). Improved flexibility toward fine-grained moist snow, without icing up. Improved grip on wet, coarse-grained snow. Improved “feeling”. To be applied as the final layer of klister. Comparable to the old, famous VM-klister from 1982. Frequently used in World Cup…
+10ºC to 0ºC (50ºF to 32ºF). For very wet, saturated snow. This is the Worlds most frequently used wax for base prep/saturation and as travel wax for warm skis. Recommended iron temperature setting of 110ºC.
Hold your skis together with these handy straps from Swix.