especially if you are talking about riding summer or spring. basically you want high density wax when the snow temperatures are the coldest and low density softer waxes when its warm. really wax your deck often when the snow is 20+ degrees though because you are riding on a field of dust, pollen, dirt, contaminants etc, and that devours your wax. to be honest the only difference ive ever noticed with wax is that you get what you pay for. even though you dont need to need to drop 50$ on wax, dont buy cheap wax. other than that there arent really any superior waxes out there. the most popular in the park seem like bluebird and oneballjay though.