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Ski*go Ski Waxes

The Swedish Choice for Fast Skis

Ski*go is one of Europe's most popular and frequently used waxes. These waxes are often used by Nordic & Alpine skiers and snowboarders -- especially World Cup teams. The Ski*go waxing system is very precise. This means that every snow condition has a matching glide and grip wax while keeping the choices clear and concise.
Ski*go is located in Sweden's far north where lots of wax development and testing can take place. Then Ski*go technicians attend World Cup races throughout the ski season for real world testing and evaluation.
These waxes are available now and can be shipped to anywhere in North America.
Check out the new waxes from Ski*go for this season (shown below).
Ski*go is an Official Supplier to Cross Country Canada, Biathlon Canada, Nordic Combined Canada and many international ski teams including Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia.

Local retailers for Ski*go can also be found on this Ski*go Canada web page.

Quick Links: Regular Glide, Low Fluoro Glide, High Fluoro Glide, Pure Fluoro Powder Glide, Pure Fluoro Fluid Glide, Pure Fluoro Block Glide, Powdered/Extra-Cold Glide, Alpine Specialty, Grip Wax, Klister Wax, Tour Packs, Skigo Catalogue


Ski*go XC Regular Glide, (60g, 120g, 200g & 1000g sizes)

These are non-fluronated glide waxes. Detailed descriptions are with each wax. The large 1000g sizes (for select waxes) all come in a 5-finger bar shape (similar to a large KitKat). Starting in the 08/09 Season all of waxes are be available in 200g sizes too. Now shipping with the new packaging.

Yellow/C242 XC


Yellow/C242 XC, +20°..-1°C
This is the world famous Ski*go Yellow/C242. A special blend of warm wax plus suspended anti-friction compounds, silicon & PTFE. For older, damp snow. Works very well in dirty conditions. Many races are still won on this excellent wax and many touring hours are made more enjoyable. Comes in 60g and 200g packs.

$10.00 @ 60g

$21.00 @ 200g
[more on order]
Orange XC


Orange XC, +1°..-5°C
For new and older snow. As the snow becomes more abrasive (granular) move to Red XC. Excellent in new fallen snow.

$10.00 @ 60g
[more on order]

$21.00 @ 200g
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Red XC


Red XC, +1°..-5°C
For granular and artificial snow types. With newer and less abrasive snow use Orange XC. Excellent with well aged snow.

$10.00 60g each
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$21.00 @ 200g
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Violet/Ultima XC


Violet/Ultima XC, -1°..-12°C
For older and abrasive snow. This is a very durable glide wax, particularly with snow that is agressive such as man-made snow. It can also be mixed with other waxes to increase durability, and can be used as an underlayer to the low & high fluoro waxes. An excellent "default" wax to use during training.

$10.00 @ 60g
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$21.00 @ 200g
[more on order]

$49.00 @ 1000g (Violet -1°-9°)
1000g
Blue XC


Blue XC, -3°..-10°C
For new snow. This wax is designed for snow with fresh structure which has different characteristics from aged snow. Can be mixed with Ski*go Ultima as the snow ages.

$10.00 each
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$21.00 @ 200g
[more on order]
Green XC


Green XC, -7°..-20°C
For all snow types. This wax is designed for cold snow. Can be used as the underlayer for most Ski*go waxes. If the snow is very abrasive and very cold consider C380, P16 or C75. The 60g box is ideal for your personal wax box. The bulk 200g & 1000g packs are ideal for a ski team or a very active family.

$10.00 @ 60g
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$21.00 @ 200g
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$49.00 @ 1000g
(large bar in a blue colour)
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Graphite XC


Graphite
As an under-layer for the Ski*go powdered waxes such as C380 when humidity is low. Contains Ski*go's anti-static system so it is excellent to use as the underlayer when the snow has begun to get dirty and/or a lot of static may build up. Comes in two sizes: 60g for the wax box and the bulk 200g pack.

$10.00 @ 60g
$21.00 @ 200g
Basewax


XC Soft Basewax 120g or 1000g
Soft high penetration basewax. For preparing the base so glide waxes of all types will last longer. By penetrating very deep into the ski base this wax provides an anchor for waxes layered above to have an improved durability. This is very important when the conditions are abrasive or the ski race or trip will be long. The high penetration of this wax also makes it ideal for cleaning the bases before starting a new wax job. Makes a great summer storage wax too. Comes in two sizes: 120g for the wax box and the bulk 1000g/1kg bar.

$15.00 @ 120g

120g [more on order]


$49.00 @ 1000g
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Ski*go Low Fluoro Glide, 60g or 200g each

These glide waxes contain a low amount of fluoronation that make them ideal in normal to high humidity ranges. Ideal for racing, training and fitness skiing. These waxes work well as an under-layer to the high and pure fluoronation glide waxes. Available in 60g and 200g size. The 200g sizes are at a lower cost per gram.
You can purchase all of these waxes as a package and save.

Yellow/C242 LF


Yellow/C242 LF, +20°..-1°C
The famous Ski*go C242 with a low amount of fluoronation joining the PTFE. The made have wax for soggy days so you still glide with ease.

$22.00 @ 60g
Quantity $55.00 @ 200g
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$210.00 1kg
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Orange LF


Orange LF, +1°..-5°C
For new and slightly aged snow. Excellent results alone with new falling snow. Can be used as an underlayer to pure fluoros.

$22.00 @ 60g
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$55.00 @ 200g
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Red LF


Red LF, +1°..-5°C
For older and granular snow. Use when snow has changed from newer snow (using Orange LF) but is not yet agressive enough to use Violet/Ultima LF. Great durability.

$22.00 @ 60g
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$55.00 @ 200g
[more on order]
Violet/Ultima LF


Violet/Ultima LF, -1°..-12°C
For older and aggressive snow. It is a very hard wax for this temperature range to survive aggressive snow (such as man-made snow). For training and citizen racers this is a great wax to help you have a great ski for the whole course. A must to keep in your Citizen Racer waxkit.

$22.00 @ 60g
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$55.00 @ 200g
[more on order for this season]
Blue LF


Blue LF, -3°..-10°C
For new snow. Can't be more straight-forward than that: for fresh snow less than 24h old this is the glide wax at this temperature range.

$22.00 @ 60g
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$55.00 @ 200g
[more on order this season]
Green LF


Green LF, -7°..-20°C
For all snow conditions below -7°C. A good underlayer for Ski*go C380, C75 and P16 when humidity is normal-ish to dry.

$22.00 @ 60g
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$55.00 @ 200g
[more on order for this season]
Graphite LF


Graphite LF
For use as an under-layer for the Ski*go powdered waxes in humidity dry to normal. Can really add a lot more zoom to the top coat. Also for use to harden the base when conditions are abrasive (i.e you will be using Ski*go C380 or C75).

$22.00 @ 60g
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$55.00 @ 200g
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Ski*go High Fluoro Glide, 45g & 200g sizes

These high fluoronation glide waxes are for top performance. These waxes work very well in normal to very high humidity alone or as an under-layer to the pure fluoronation waxes (such as C44) and Ski*go powdered waxes (such as P16 & C380). Use during races and time-trials. The 200g sizes per gram are a saving.
You can purchase all of these waxes as a package and save.

Yellow/C242 HF


Yellow/C242 HF, +20°..-1°C
This is the famous C242 with high fluoronation. The results are really great. Nothing beats this hard wax when conditions are above freezing except when Ski*go C22 is used as a top coat. AKA HF Yellow.

$65.00 @ 45g
[more on order]

$234.00 @ 200g
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Orange HF


Orange HF, +1°..-5°C
For new and older snow. As the snow gets more abrasive move to Red HF.

$65.00 @ 45g
[more on order]

$234.00 @ 200g
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Red HF


Red HF, +1°..-5°C
For granular and artificial snow. With snow with good structure use Orange HF instead.

$65.00 @ 45g
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$234.00 @ 200g
[more on order]

Violet/Ultima HF


Violet/Ultima HF, -1°..-12°C
For older and aggressive snow. Often used as an under-layer for the pure fluoros or the Ski*go powdered waxes in aggressive snow. This wax provide durability when the snow is aggressive (abrasive). It is one of our most popular waxes because of it's superb performance in difficult condition. Previous known as Ultima HF.

$65.00 @ 45g
[more on order]
$234.00 @ 200g
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Blue HF


Blue/Newsnow HF, -3°..-10°C
For new snow. Work best with snow that has structure. As the snow loses structure move to Violet/Ultima HF or Red HF.

$65.00 @ 45g
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$234.00 @ 200g
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Green HF


Green HF, -7°..-20°C
For all snow types. Good in cold snow. When snow becomes abrasive, yet still with high humidity; use C380 or C75 on top of Green HF to go very fast.

$65.00 @ 45g
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$234.00 @ 200g
[more on order]

Ski*go Pure Fluoro Powder Glide (30g each)

These pure, powdered fluorocarbon ski waxes give fast, amazing glide for their recommended conditions. These are race waxes. These waxes are well known and used at World and European Cup races. Use a matching Ski*go high fluorowax as the underlayer. You may hand or roto cork these waxes in for short distances. For longer distances iron the powders in. For abrasive conditions or really long distances use Ski*go's racing powders as a middle layer (P16 or C75 as appropriate).

If you haven't applied fluorocarbon waxes before you may want to watch the Skigo videos on YouTube that demonstrate applying fluoros in several different ways.

Ski*go C22


C22, +20°..0°C
For all snow conditions when the relative humidity ranges from normal to very high (60..100%). Provides lots of extra speed on wet, warm snow.

$165.00 each
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Ski*go C44/7


C44/7, +1°..-14°C
This is an advancement on the well-loved C44 formula with a wider range. It is also able to handle snow that is newer/finer than traditional C44. The result is a good transition between C105 and C44/7. For all snow types except with new snow when relative humidity is normal to very high (60..100%). On the World Cup circuit C44 is perhaps the best and most used racing powder on aged snow and artificial snow with large crystals.

$165.00 each
[more on order]
Ski*go C105


C105, +1°..-15°C
For new and fine snow types with normal to very high relative humidity (60..100%). This glide is superb with new snow conditions. At more abrasive conditions (or slightly less humid) move to the fluid version of C105. This fluoro powder really excels with new snow conditions but has also proven itself in aged man-made snow (i.e. Canmore) numerous times.

$165.00 each
[more on order]
Ski*go C110


C110, -10°..-20°C
For all snow types when relative humidity is normal to very high (60..100%). Good when the temperature has gotten too cold for C105. It is also a good fluoro powder to test when C380 is running well. New for 2011/12 season.

$165.00 each
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Ski*go Pure Fluoro Fluid/Liquid Glide (30ml each)

These are the new liquid forms of the famous Ski*go pure fluoro glides. These are designed as the final layer to provides lots of speed. The application is simple: apply all the underlayers first then spread the fluoro liquid and let dry before brushing. The underlayer should be a LF or HF glide wax matching the snow conditions. The drying time should be at least 10 minutes at room temperature (waiting longer is okay too). For longer races you can cork this wax once it is thoroughly dry to warm it into the base (do not iron) before brushing. To maximize glide you can apply the wax in multiple layers (more critical for longer races). These fluids produce avery hard surface that is durable for a very long distance (up to 90km) that makes them ideal for aggressive snow conditions.

Ski*go C22 Fluid


C22 Fluid, +20°..-2°C
For all snow conditions when the relative humidity ranges from normal to very high (60..100%).

$135.00 each
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Ski*go CM10 Fluid


CM10 Fluid, +20°..-2°C
For coarse snow conditions when the relative humidity ranges from normal to very high (60..100%).

$155.00 each
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Ski*go C44 Fluid


C44/7 Fluid, +3°..-9°C
For all snow types except with new snow. Use when the relative humidity is normal to very high (60..100%). Better than C44/7 Powder or Solid when the snow is more abrasive or with small hard crystals.

$135.00 each
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Ski*go C55/C99 Fluid


C55/C99 Fluid, +1°..-9°C
For new and fine snow types. Use with high to very high relative humidity (70..100%). At colder temperatures use Ski*go C99 powder with new/fine snow.

$135.00 each
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Ski*go C105 Fluid

C105 Fluid, -4°..-15°C
For new snow & fine grained snow types. Use with high to very high relative humidity (70..100%).

$135.00 each
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Ski*go Pure Fluoro Compressed/Bloc Glide (30g or 20g each)

These are the compressed fluorobloc versions of the above powdered, pure fluorocarbon ski waxes. The temperature ranges are slightly adjusted. Fluoroblocks give very fast glide and tend to be used for shorter race distances. For longevity use the powdered forms. The fluoroblocks can be hand or roto corked into the base (roto will last longer).

Skigo CM10 glide


CM10, +20°..-2°C
This is the newest sensation from Skigo. Used at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics repeatedly to win medals several times. Numerous club teams rely on CM10 for winning races. For old and/or granular snow when the humidity is low, normal or high. This solid goes on easily -- you only need to light sweep it across the ski base. Do not press hard or the block will break. You can hand/roto cork it or iron it. From 10km and over you should iron for best durability.
Note: this is in a larger 30g size reflected in the price.

$220.00 each
[more on order]
Ski*go C22 Solid


C22, +20°..-4°C, 20g
For all snow conditions when the relative humidity ranges from normal to very high (60..100%). You can use this as a final top coat over C22 powder for additional speed under most circumstances. Can also be used as a top coat over C105 or C44 powders when the relative humidity is over 89% even when it is -10°C. C22 solid over C105 powder has won several Cross Country and Biathlon World Cups in the 2010/11 season!

$135.00 each
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Ski*go C44/7 Solid


C44/7, +3°..-9°C, 20g
For all snow types except with new snow when relative humidity is normal to very high (60..100%). When warmer move to C22. C44/7 is always a good "wildcard" solid to test with every race. It often surprises people how well it is gliding.

$135.00 each
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Ski*go C105 Solid


C105, +1°..-20°C, 20g
For new snow and fine snow types with normal to very high relative humidity (60..100%). This is the new snow "go to" top coat. Many teams have found this to work well at high speeds (downhill and flats) as well as slow speeds (up hill). It has a very "free" feeling. If it is snowing then this is the top coat to use.

$135.00 each
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Ski*go C110 Solid


C110, -10°..-20°C, 20g
For all snow types with normal to very high relative humidity (60..100%). Be sure to test hand-corking versus roto-corking when using as a top coat over C110 powder or C380.

$135.00 each
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Ski*go Powder Glide, 60g each

These synthetic glides are in a powder form. It is recommended that an underlayer be placed on the base before applying these waxes. These synthetic waxes are very tough and dense to take the abuse of abrasive snow conditions. The synthetic ingredients contribute significantly to reduce the dry friction component of glide. This part of the Ski*go wax line is tuned to different relative humidities. The recommended underlayer for these waxes is either Ski*go Ultima or Ski*go Graphite (normal, low or high fluoro levels depending on conditions).

Skigo P16


P16, -4°..-25°C
For artificial and abrasive snow conditions when the relative humidity ranges from normal to very high (65..100%). The recommended underlayer is Ski*go LF or HF Blue glide for the highest speed. Artificial snow conditions include man-made snow, so locations making artificial snow (i.e. Canmore) have this wax regularly at the top of the tests.

$48.00 each
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Ski*go C75


C75, -4°..-25°C
For snow that is aged or old with normal humidity (40..70%). A low friction glider that works well when dry friction will be a larger part of glide. The recommended underlayer is Ski*go regular or LF Ultima glide.

$31.00 each
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Ski*go C380


C380, -7°..-25°C
For snow that is cold, dry and abrasive with relative humidity of 0..60%. Can be used alone in very cold conditions or added with other waxes to improve their longevity due to abrasive snow conditions. The recommended underlayer is Ski*go Graphite (regular or LF). An alternative underlayer is Ski*go Graphite mixed with Ski*go LF Blue for a faster glide when snow conditions are clean and the humidity to closer to normal (>50%). This ski wax is a World Cup winner when the conditions are very cold. We've tested this wax at -33°C versus several other brands and C380 was the clear winner everytime.
C380 is also very good at hardening the the ski base in very cold conditions with a high humidity. Adding C105 powder over can produce a very fast ski with 85%RH at -17°C. There are a few coaches who like to mixed C380 and C105 powder 1:1 in cold conditions with excellent results.

$31.00 each
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Ski*go Alpine Glides

These are the famous Ski*go glide waxes tuned to meet Alpine and Snowboard conditions for racers and serious enthusiasts. Can be mixed and layered with all other Ski*go glide waxes as the conditions require. These Alpine focused waxes have been developed with the close co-operation of technicians of leading nations.

C242HFA


C242-HFA, +20°..-7°C, 60g
For all snow conditions with relative humidity of 60..100%.

C242-HFA $65.00 each
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YellowHFA


Yellow-HFA, +1°..-5°C, 60g
For new to aged snow conditions with relative humidity of 60..100%.

Yellw-HFA $65.00 each
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UltimaHFA


Ultima-HFA, -1°..-12°C, 60g
For older, aggressive snow conditions with relative humidity of 65..100%. This wax has great durability in tough conditions. Can be used alone or as anunderlayer to the pure fluoro waxes or hardener powders.

Ultima-HFA $65.00 each
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C55-99FKA


C22 FK-A, +20°..-2°C, 20g
Pure fluorocarbon is a block form. For all snow conditions with relative humidity of 60..100%. Crayon onto the base, then apply with a hand or roto cork. Let skis rest for 20 minutes before brushing.

C22 FK-A $135.00 each
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C55-99FKA


C44 FK-A, +3°..-9°C, 20g
Pure fluorocarbon is a block form. For all snow conditions except new snow with relative humidity of 60..100%. Crayon onto the base, then apply with a hand or roto cork. Let skis rest for 20 minutes before brushing.

C44 FK-A $135.00 each
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C55-99FKA


C55/99 FK-A, +1°..-9°C, 20g
Pure fluorocarbon is a block form. For fine structured and new snow with relative humidity of 60..100%. Crayon onto the base, then apply with a hand or roto cork. Let skis rest for 20 minutes before brushing.

C55/99 FK-A $135.00 each
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P16


P16A, -3°..-25°C, 60g
For artificial and abrasive snow conditions when the relative humidity ranges from normal to very high (60..100%).

P16A $49.00 each
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C380A


C380-A, -7°..-25°C, 60g
For snow that is cold, dry and abrasive with relative humidity of 0..60%. Can be used alone in very cold conditions or added with other waxes to improve their longevity due to abrasive snow conditions.

C380-A $31.00 each
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Violet 1000A


Alpine Violet, +1°..-8°C, 1000g
A non-fluoronated glide wax for all snow conditions for alpine and snowboard. Designed as a racer's training wax this durable wax is great on the slopes for recreational activities too. The large bulk size saves you money. It's the perfect bundle for a wax team, avid racer or an active family. You may also be interested in the 1000g bulk high penetration base wax or the 1000g bulk blue glide wax.

Violet 1kg $49.00 each
[more on order]

Ski*go Kick Waxes, 45g each

Ski*go kick waxes have been developed over years of race testing and experience. This high level demand means all skiers benefit from the testing, technology and experience. Ski*go has a tight line of kick waxes that meet all conditions. The Racing Universal is one of the most amazing waxes. Recreational skiers may be interested in the Recreational Packages shown below. We recommend as a start, in order, the waxes XC Blue, XC Violet, XC Red, XC Green, XC Orange then finally XC Yellow for fitness skiers. Remember to apply in thin layers and cork well between each layer for 4 to 6 layers (this is typical for kick wax).

Race and Recreational Kick Waxes

Basewax


Basewax, +3°..-20°C
This improves the durability of your later wax jobs. New formulation starting in the 08/09 season that has team wax techs giving loads of positive reports.
Important in conditions that are icy and/or abrasive because it helps the kick wax stay on your ski instead of coming off or smearing into the glide zone. The Skigo XC Base is specially designed to not blend with the "wax of the day" on top when you use the cork. This means your grip choice doesn't get accidentally modified. Apply a thin layer and cork it smooth. It is suggested that you heat the XC Base into the ski base (with a waxing iron) then allow it to cool before layering the wax-of-the-day over.

Basewax $7.00 each
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XC Yellow Kickwax


XC Yellow, +5°..-1°C
For cold snow transforming into warm and wet snow. When the snow is softer and/or it is raining recreational skiers should move to Ski*go Universal Klister while racers can try Ski*go LF Orange or HF Yellow before a klister. Previously named "Silver Special".

XC Yellow $7.00 each
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XC Orange Kick


XC Orange, +3°..-2°C
For Variable snow conditions including damp snow. This kickwax handles new snow and snow with good crystal structure without icing or clumping. Move to XC Yellow when getting warmer and the snow is still firm. Move to LF Orange if conditions are wetter. Move to XC Red if the snow is clumping or icing. Previously named "Yellow Special" -- so famous that this information is still listed on the label.

XC Orange $7.00 each
[more on order]
XC Red Kick


XC Red, 0°..-2°C
For all snow conditions. Use when the snow is getting softer and perhaps damp, but not yet wet. Move to Ski*go XC Orange (aka Yellow Special) as snow gets more wet or as the snow loses structure. Previously named "Red Special".

XC Red $7.00 each
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XC Violet Kick


XC Violet, -1°..-9°C
For all snow conditions with good firmness. This is the most popular recreational and training kickwax because it covered the temperature range that 80% of classic skier go for a ski. Move to XC Red as the snow becomes softer. If the snow is clumping or icing on the ski move to Ski*go XC Blue. Racers: you can layer XC Violet and XC Blue when you need to just slightly reduce snow clumping and need to maintain the grip. Previously named "Purple Special".

XC Violet $7.00 each
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XC Blue Kick


XC Blue, -3°..-10°C
For fine grained snow. This temperature range matches the conditions when many people are skiing (recreational, fitness and racing). If the snow is icing or clumping move to Ski*go XC Green. If the grip is not enough move to Ski*go XC Violet. Previously named "Blue Extra".

XC Blue $7.00 each
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XC Green Kick


XC Green, -7°..-20°C
For fine grained and older snow. As the snow gets firmer it will penetrate the wax more. This firm wax will prevent clumping and icing. Remember to keep each wax layer thin particularly as the temperature is lower. This Skigo formula includes a bit of tar to handle "mountain snow" that so often puzzles skiers and that many other brand's waxes can't handle.

XC Green $7.00 each
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Race and Loppet Kick Waxes

HF Blue Kick


HF Blue, -1°..-20°C
Previously Racing Universal.
This is truly an amazing grip wax. This is a must have for racing and training. While more expensive than other kick waxes the results are worth it. Perfect for loppets and training when all you want to do is carry one wax. There has been great success using this kick wax in races in Europe. We've used this wax at -25°C and found it working really well. At the warm end (-1°C) transition Ski*go HF Red if you need more grip. If the snow still has sharp crystals or you want a little more glide then try Ski*go HF Violet.

HF Blue $32.00 each
[more on order]
HF Violet Kick


HF Violet (Newsnow), -2°..-15°C
AKA Racing Newsnow.
This member of the Race series is designed for new snow that is more penetrating because of the snow crystals being fresh and sharp. Like the other Race waxes it has a very wide temperature range. The glide portion of this kick wax is very good. If you need just a little more grip use the HF Blue. All of the Race series contain a special new fluoro just for Ski*go kick waxes.

HF Violet $32.00 each
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HF Red Kick


HF Red, +1°..-3°C
AKA Racing Warm.
The companion to HF Blue -1°..-20°C because of its success. For conditions warmer than HF Blue. Still for all snow conditions except new snow (it is grippier). This kick wax covers the most difficult temperature range to kick wax. This means less time fiddling and more time with good grip. This kickwax can often be used out of it's temperature range (colder) in special conditions (e.g. when HF Blue is not gripping enough). We've used HF Red at -10°C when the snow was very transformed (granular) over a thin Skigo Violet klister binder (this was a winning combination).

HF Red $32.00 each
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HF Yellow Kick


HF Yellow, +4°..0°C
AKA Racing Extra
The lastest addition to the Ski*go Race kick wax series. For all snow types above freezing. The HF Yellow is exactly that: extra grip. If there's not enough grip with this kick wax then it to klister you must go (we recommend the HF Yellow Klister which is part of this series). The application of this wax is, quite simply, enjoyable. Most kick waxes for this temperature range clump and spread thin tentacles of wax. This kick wax applies as easily as wax deemed for below freezing.
This wax is very, very good at not icing when used below it's coldest marked range. We've used 2 thin layers at -4°C with older snow instead of having to use klister.

HF Yellow $32.00 each
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LF Orange Kick


LF Orange, +3°..-2°C
AKA "Fluoro Silver". For wet, mushy snow, and when falling snow is mixed with rain or mist. The snow will still have good structure. If the snow is losing structure move to Ski*go XC Red Klister or Ski*go HF Yellow Klister.

LF Orange
$11.99 each
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LF Violet Kick


HF Violet, +0°..-6°C
For mushy, wet snow, and when falling snow is mixed with rain. If conditions are getting icy move to Ski*go XC Violet Klister or Ski*go HF Violet Klister.

LF Violet
$11.99 each
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We are often asked what we use as a base binder for all of the kickwaxes. Our answer varies depending on the conditions. With softer, newer snow the XC Blue ironed thin is excellent. As the conditions get older and more abrasive then XC Base ironed will be the better choice -- in fact for the softer XC waxes such as XC Yellow and XC Orange this is a better choice because it will not blend into the waxes. When conditions get very granular and abrasive then we choose XC Violet Klister ironed thin for the warmer waxes (HF Red, HF Yellow, XC Red, XC Orange & XC Yellow), while for the colder waxes XC Blue Klister ironed thin.


Ski*go Nordic Recreational Packs

Special packages that bundle together the items most often needed by recreational skiers. This makes for a great deal.

TourPack


Tour Pack
Three kick waxes and a synthetic cork. Great for recreational and fitness skiers. An ideal gift pack too. Kick waxes included are now different than photo above. The "Warm Pack" includes: Ski*go XC Blue (-3°..-10°), XC Red (0°..-2°C) and XC Yellow (-1°..+5°) each in a 45g tin. The "Cold Pack" includes: Ski*go XC Green (-7°..-20°), XC Violet (-1°..-9°) & XC Orange (+3°..-2°). This is a real deal: separately these items total $24.22.

Tour Pack
$18.00 each
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Easy Grip Pack


Easy Grip Pack

This is the easiest kickwax for beginners to use! Each can comes with a cork on the bottom. No dropping the cork while you are adding wax to the kick zone. Your wax decision is easy: Blue below freezing (0°C) or Yellow above. These kick waxes have a wide range that actually work across these temperatures. Comes with a special kickwax scraper with a beveled edge to remove older wax and sandpaper to roughen the grip zone (a roughened kick zone helps the wax stay on longer). A great choice for recreational and beginning skiers!

Tour Pack Deluxe
$18.00 each
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add a Universal Klister and 3mm scraper
$22.59 each
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Ski*go Klister Waxes, 60g each

Ski*go klister waxes have been developed with the classical ski racer in mind. This means recreational and fitness skiers benefit from the race experience in these waxes. These klisters have been developed with a special Ski*go anti-freeze lubricant that significantly reduces the chances of icing the kick zone. SkiWax.ca packs each klister with a labeled ziploc freezer bag to store the klister in. This helps prevent leaky messes and unintentional mixing of waxes.
When testing klister for a long ski, loppet or race be sure to: 1) let the klister cool completely before testing, and 2) test the klister in the shaded portions of the ski trail too. Also for long races be sure to iron a "binder layer" into the kick zone for durability -- especially with icy conditions.

Universal


Universal, +3°..-2°C
A tar-based klister that is ideal for the recreational skier. Works well in a mixture of conditions. Use when regular kick waxes are not providing enough grip. Good when the snow is still well-structured but damp. Also good when new snow covers icy crystals underneath. Easy and smooth application.

Univeral $11.00 each
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Orange


Orange, +10°..+4°C
For very warm conditions when the snow is very wet. Use when very warm and the snow is still with good structure (i.e. new fallen or falling snow). Easy to apply into a thin layer.

Orange $11.00 each
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Silver


Silver, +5°..0°C
For snow that is wet or damp, and is starting to lose it's structure and/or becoming dirty.

Silver $11.00 each
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Red


Red, +5°..+1°C
For snow that is wet or damp and still has lost most of its structure. If Red is icing or clumping move to Ski*go Violet klister. If the snow is dirty or Red has been losing grip over time (indicating there is dirt in the snow) move to Ski*go Silver klister. At warmer temperatures move to Ski*go Orange.

Red $11.00 each
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Violet


Violet, +3°..-4°C
For snow conditions that are a mixture of ice and aged snow. Not for use with new snow. Move to Ski*go Universal if new snow is covering icy snow. Move to Ski*go Red Klister when conditions are at the warm end of this wax and wet. A tough klister that resists abrasion.

Violet $11.00 each
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Blue


Blue, -3°..-8°C
For snow that is crusty or frozen. The track will be glazed or icy due to thawing and freezing. A tougher klister than Ski*go Violet that is very abrasion resistant.

Blue $11.00 each
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HF Yellow Klister


Racing Fluoro, +20°..+3°C
AKA HF Yellow Klister
A klister designed for very wet and warm conditions. The addition of fluoro helps wick away free water allowing better snow crystal penetration while a the same time dramatically reducing dirt pick-up. Excellent glide properties too! For all snow types at the listed temperature range. It's one that should be in every wax box.

HF Yellow
$31.00 each
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HF Violet Klister


HF Violet, +2°..-2°C
A klister designed for grainy snow conditions. The addition of fluoro helps wick away free water allowing better snow crystal penetration while a the same time dramatically reducing dirt pick-up. Excellent glide properties too! A great companion to HF Yellow Klister.

HF Violet
$31.00 each
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Wax Manuals: Ski*go

Waxing manuals produced by the manufacturers for their waxes and tools.
Who else can be the best expert about their waxes than the manufacturers?
Each manual is approximately 20.5cm (8-1/8") in height in full colour. These manuals are now free when you purchase one of the products from the corresponding manufacturer.

Ski*go Manual
Ski*go Manual $0.00 each
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Updated regularly. Available now! Covers all waxes including Nordic and Alpine specialty waxes. Ski selection and preparation for best glide and kick zones described too. Includes waxing tables for glide and kick.




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