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03-08-2014 06:10 PM
hardasacatshead ^ Absolutely. I'd happily be a test pilot. Particularly since you're pretty regular here and don't try to jam your product down our throats at every opportunity.
03-08-2014 06:07 PM
CassMT i use the Swix XF all-temp (not FX)

swix blue cold was killer for the polar vortex days and beyond, and some bulk red shaped like a fish for spring

curious about the SnowDog, maybe you should set up a discount code for the forumites any we can all road-test it, i'd gladly be a guineapig
03-08-2014 05:13 PM
Triple8Sol I stick to fluorinated waxes, whatever I find on sale which is usually Dakine or OBJ. Used alot of Hertel & Toko back in the ski days but haven't had any in awhile.
03-08-2014 11:32 AM
Magnum626 Hertel works great here in the ice coast. You just have to wax more often out here depending on how icy/man made the conditions are.
03-08-2014 07:17 AM
ETM Hertel works well for me
03-08-2014 06:50 AM
SnowDogWax
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Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
WTF is "SlipFusion"?

I usually use Purl simply because I can buy bricks for shop cost.
Any wax is WTF better than no wax
03-07-2014 10:24 PM
freshy I also use Hertel hot sauce because it was so well recommended here and it did not disappoint. In the past I have have been using Kuu wax with good results, especially the flouronated flavor.

With the Hertel I am able to pass my buddy on my 61 while he has a 70 and outweighs me as well. So the stuff is no joke.
03-07-2014 10:06 PM
EatRideSleep East Coast Wax all this season. Love it. Lasts longer than the OBJ I'd been using. Smells like green apple and is easy on the throat. Good prices.

I get it locally at shops but their FB page has a link to the eBay store:https://www.facebook.com/eastcoastwax

This site also sells it:
Snowboard Wax :: Hot Wax and Rub-On Wax For Snowboarding :: Superhappywax.com
03-07-2014 09:47 PM
linvillegorge
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Originally Posted by SnowDogWax View Post
Hertel was used as the standard in developing SnowDogWax with "SlipFusion".
on"!
WTF is "SlipFusion"?

I usually use Purl simply because I can buy bricks for shop cost.
03-07-2014 09:37 PM
twowheeled I ride 3-5 days a week. I used to use the big toko bars that you can get from shops that were $10 each. The board always dried out after day 2-3. I started using swix cold wax, the green stuff that is the coldest rating. It's a really hard wax, sucks to scrape but I find it lasts MUCH longer and it seems to ride just as fast in warmer snow.
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