Vauhti GS Base Super Liquid Nordic ski Kick wax17,95 €
Vauhti GT Tar Carrot Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
Vauhti GS Base Super Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
Vauhti GT Tar Green Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
Swix P19 XC Gunde Kick wax Kit29,95 € 23,95 €
Swix V40 Blue Extra Hard Kick wax10,95 €
Vauhti GT Tar Red Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
Vauhti GS Base AT Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
Swix V20 Green Hard Kick wax10,95 €
Vauhti GS Synthetic Blue Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
Swix V30 Blue Hard Kick wax10,95 €
Vauhti GS Synthetic Carrot Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
Vauhti GS Synthetic Green Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
SkiGo Kickwax LF Orange12,95 €
Vauhti GT Tar Pink Nordic ski Kick wax9,95 €
Vauhti GS Synthetic Red Kick Wax9,95 €
SkiGo Skin Wax Sticks19,95 € 14,95 €
Kick Wax Is For Classic Cross country skis
Kick wax, also known as grip wax, is used on traditional classic cross country skis to grip the snow, so the skier can glide forwards. The more effective the wax is, the more efficient the skier will be. There is different wax available for different snow temperatures. Many wax products for classic skiing will give a temperature range that it will work best in. It is important to know if your skis are waxable or waxless as the latter doesn't require wax. Classic skis that have synthetic skins or fishscales for kick zones don’t require wax and are more convenient for beginners.
How Do I Apply Kick Wax?
Applying kick wax for cross country skis is a simple process that you can do before you go out on the snow. You can apply the wax to the ski bases by crayoning the wax stick to the kick zone, also known as a wax pocket. Apply a thin layer at a time (total of 3 layers) and after each layer, you should smooth out the wax with some appropriate sandpaper or foam cork. Once the final layer is smooth then you have finished.
There are other types of wax that you can apply to the bottom of your skis to improve performance. Klister wax is used in snow conditions that are too slippy for regular kick wax. Glide wax is applied to the base of the skis outside the kick zone. This is to allow the skis to glide smoothly forward.