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Old 06-15-2008, 09:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i just checked my local ski shop and they sell pool supplies during the summer. anyone know of a good website/link/ebay seller/etc for wax? some of these websites im coming up with seem a lil skeevy..
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BLUEBIRD Hydrowax 1 lb All Temp


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Market price: $18.95
Our price: $15.00

BLUEBIRD Otterstrom Pro Wax


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Market price: $13.95
Our price: $10.50

DAKINE Nitrous-All Temp Wax-Lg


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Market price: $9.95
Our price: $6.95

DAKINE Afterburner Paste Wax
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Market price: $7.95
Our price: $5.55
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Old 06-16-2008, 12:01 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Whacks Ski Wax, Snowboard Wax, Hot Wax, and Tuning - This was the first wax I used, but it was really fast and you can buy in bulk
Tognar Ski Wax Snowboard Wax Tuning Repair Waxing Tools - I picked up the Toko Universal Wax for $35ish I think...bulk again.
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Daddies Board Shop might still have some.
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Whacks Ski Wax, Snowboard Wax, Hot Wax, and Tuning - This was the first wax I used, but it was really fast and you can buy in bulk
Tognar Ski Wax Snowboard Wax Tuning Repair Waxing Tools - I picked up the Toko Universal Wax for $35ish I think...bulk again.
heyy hows this whacks stuff work? theres free samples! im gonna try some and if its good im gonna use it exclusively
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suburban, the dakine all temp and bluebird hydrowax are out of stock. you gonna get any soon?
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BLUEBIRD Hydrowax 1 lb All Temp


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Market price: $18.95
Our price: $15.00


DAKINE Afterburner Paste Wax
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Market price: $7.95
Our price: $5.55
Wot is the paste wax like? Is it a wax thats just applied on without an iron? Is the All Temp wax a better wax?
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Wot is the paste wax like? Is it a wax thats just applied on without an iron? Is the All Temp wax a better wax?
Paste is for when you're at the resort and something is better than nothing. Iron on wax is the way to go. You should never let your base get harry. You'll see the white hairs when your base is dry.

I'll update our site with what we can find laying around. I know we have some big blocks of Bluebird. Orders for more have been placed. Thanks for the heads up.
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BLUEBIRD Otterstrom Pro Wax: is that all-temp iron on wax? your descriptions are sort of vague...im planning to buy by the end of this weekend; ive been procrastinating long enough...
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Paste is for when you're at the resort and something is better than nothing. Iron on wax is the way to go. You should never let your base get harry. You'll see the white hairs when your base is dry.

I'll update our site with what we can find laying around. I know we have some big blocks of Bluebird. Orders for more have been placed. Thanks for the heads up.
Ooops... mine's got sum hairy bits on it, forgot to put a storage wax on it after last season. Its getting a iron on wax atm. Thx i might look into the paste & sum good all temp.
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