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06-07-2011 08:42 PM
Bones
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Originally Posted by TofuSama View Post
As a question, what is their shipping like? I've been considering ordering some stuff there.
Since their niche is generally low dollar value/low volume, but harder to find things, I wouldn't expect free shipping. I can't remember what it was last time I ordered, but I seem to recall that it was the same price that you'd get online from any of the major shipping companies.
06-07-2011 06:13 AM
davidj I just ordered some wax yesterday. No free shipping on anything... and not the cheapest shipping costs on the web either. But prices are hard to beat. Haven't seen anyone come close to matching their prices.

I'll post something once I receive it and check the product out.
06-06-2011 10:53 PM
TofuSama
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Originally Posted by Bones View Post
Tognar is a great little company. Tons of the little things you need at reasonable prices. Wax, irons, files, stones, jbars, etc. Lots of info. too. I'd support my local store more if they carried just 10% of Toganr's tuning gear.
As a question, what is their shipping like? I've been considering ordering some stuff there.
06-06-2011 10:30 PM
Bones
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Originally Posted by Irahi View Post
I generally use Swix wax, and I always use tognar.com
Tognar is a great little company. Tons of the little things you need at reasonable prices. Wax, irons, files, stones, jbars, etc. Lots of info. too. I'd support my local store more if they carried just 10% of Toganr's tuning gear.
06-06-2011 07:23 PM
davidj Went ahead a placed an order for a kilo today.
06-06-2011 06:27 AM
davidj Hey thanks for the web link! They have a good selection and very good prices. I KNEW there'd be a place like this... for some reason this website never showed up when I was googling for ski waxes on my own.
06-06-2011 01:47 AM
Irahi I generally use Swix wax, and I always use tognar.com for ordering. The kilogram (I.E. more than two pounds) of universal temp pellets for $40 is a pretty good deal.
06-05-2011 08:52 PM
davidj
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Originally Posted by Cr0_Reps_Smit View Post
or you can go on the opposite side of the price friendly spectrum and get this Amazon.com: Hertel "White Gold" All Temperature Ski and Snowboard Wax, 1 oz bar: Sports & Outdoors haha
lol... so what's the difference between this and the gold bricks you buy, to invest your hard earned money?
06-05-2011 05:17 PM
Qball Also see if there are any local wax companies in your area, it's always good to support them.
06-05-2011 01:32 PM
davidj I'll get me some. Thanks!
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