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Originally Posted by Pwise08 View Post
Well, i happen to think im pretty good at that.

What im saying is i want to be able to wax a snowboard(mine) and do it well. So before i fly off the handle and start buying crap. Is there a particular wax i should consider since i also like to ride rails and boxes? Maybe wax that holds on to the board better or something?? Or will i be ok with a simple cold wax (since i am on the ice.. i mean east coast)

Thanks in advance. =)
personally i use all temp wax. I find it works just fine at whiteface (or iceface, if you will) when its freeeezing and for when its slushy. im not sure if there is a particular wax for riding boxes rails etc but all temp wax is usually my go to. i use oneballjay wax usually too.

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