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cadencesdad 03-28-2011 09:52 PM

Oneball Jay Glow-wax
 
I didn't see any reviews of the stuff in my search. Probably because Im the only one stupid enough to try such a thing.

anyway, I hated it. First, it's an ok wax i guess. But I rode it in powder only. It didn't leave much in the way of a glow trail. Maybe it would be better
if i was riding icy groomers. But it suggests iron on only, NO SCRAPE. which I don't like doing anyway, but I did.

It goes on a bloody red looking color and makes the bottom of the board look like shit. Then, it doesnt leave much of a glow at all, even on the first run
of the day. It will however leave a shitty, nasty orangeish-greenish stain on your jacket/pants/truck interior/anything it touches except snow. Most notably anything white or light colored.

I like Oneball Jay waxes, but this stuff was crap.

anybody else try this stuff and have an opinion?

legends6spd 03-29-2011 11:33 AM

I was practicing S carves and looking at them from the lift to see how good they were and was wondering if there was a way to highlight them to stand out. Then I read your post and was like these kind of products exists? I got to give you props for trying it but it sounds like a messy situation. If I do try it, I would only rub on wax the edges and not the entire base

BliND KiNK 03-29-2011 02:10 PM

That sounds... really really gay, what's the point of glowing wax that ruins the ride of the board?

fattrav 03-29-2011 02:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BliND KiNK (Post 393464)
That sounds... really really gay, what's the point of glowing wax that ruins the ride of the board?

x2. And apparently its great for getting on your outerwear & car. Sounds great...


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