|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-17-2010 02:04 AM|
I just bought some one ball jay soy wax, since I was running low and read a couple of threads about how the flourocarbons in waxes get in the snow and then into the streams. I like hiking in the mountains in the off season and hate to think that my riding is polluting those beautiful mountain streams.
Just a though, if you're eco-conscious at all. Bluebird has some eco-friendly wax, as well as most other companies. Haven't used mine yet, but from what I've read, you'll want to scrape it while still warm - the stuff is hard and lasts quite a while too.
looks like REI still has some. I grabbed two bars b/c its on sale:
|03-17-2010 01:49 AM|
|legallyillegal||tognar sometimes sells 2500g of toko all-temp for $50|
|03-16-2010 11:37 PM|
|arsenic0||Hertel Ski wax is awesome too and cheap.|
|03-16-2010 09:50 PM|
|03-16-2010 09:48 PM|
Depends on what your riding... And don't just buy all temp
Do your wax research and you will see that waxes all have a range they work in.
Typically when a base begins to look chalky or feel sticky, you should wax
|03-16-2010 09:25 PM|
Also how often should I wax my snowboard? I was thinking ever 2-4 times... Any suggestions?
|03-16-2010 07:35 PM|
|Milo303||One Ball Jay and Bluebird sell the best waxes on the market for a good price imo|
|03-16-2010 07:30 PM|
Online Retailer for Waxes
What is a website that is reliable and sells all-temp waxes?