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Old 01-28-2010, 04:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what kind of snowboard wax do you think i should use. i just bought an iron and now i need a good all temperature snowboarding wax
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Old 01-28-2010, 07:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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hertel, bluebird soy, and swix are some good ones to go with
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Fresh out the mold... Hands down the best value on the market. Period.


Bluebird Snowboard Wax available online at Suburban Blend
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Fresh out the mold... Hands down the best value on the market. Period.


Bluebird Snowboard Wax available online at Suburban Blend
$7 for 80 grams is the best value on the market?
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$7 for 80 grams is the best value on the market?
BUT IT COMES WITH A STICKER!! lol just kidding i agree with you, i bought a full kilogram of kuu sport wax for 20 bucks. That bluebird linked would be nearly 90 bucks for a kilo (assuming you bought it by the 80 grams lol).
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Racewax.com, the guy who makes the stuff is pretty well known, his all temp is good but his temp specific are great.

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just out of curiousity, is it ok to use ski wax on a board?
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Yea its exactly the same. Only snowboard wax they charge more.
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just out of curiousity, is it ok to use ski wax on a board?
No, the board base will melt when you iron it.
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